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Evolution of the Land Rover Evoque

Heralded as a car with one of the longest names outside of motorsport, the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque, is one of the most dynamic models produced by the manufacturer. More than this, it’s also among the most popular across all kinds of customers – let’s not forget Mario Balotelli …

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Valentino Rossi meets self-riding bike

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dUb5T7DU-Q?feature=oembed&wmode=opaque&w=720&h=405] Valentino Rossi has met Yamaha’s self-riding Motobot in this official video from the Japanese manufacturer who plans to have an automated self-riding motorcycle available within a decade. In the video, Valentino watches the Motobot cut some laps and then goes out and shows the robot how t’s done, providing …

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Should motorcycle warranties be longer?

Yamaha cruisers have five-year warranties While the car industry has up to seven-year warranties, the bulk of the motorcycle industry offers only two-year warranties. Isn’t it about time motorcyclists were offered the same sort of cover as car drivers? You may say that riders are tougher on their bikes than …

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SR Archive: Kawasaki GPz1100 Road Test

Bikes Cruise missile in search of soul Our original road test of the Kawasaki GPz1100 from the October 1995 issue. While the GPz1000 was thought to be lacking in character, it made up for that with complete…

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Victory Returns to Isle of Man TT With All-New Electric Bike

News William Dunlop will ride the new Victory RR in 2016 TT event Victory has announced that it will be competing in this year’s Isle of Man TT event, with a new Victory RR electric bike piloted by TT veteran William Dunlop in the TT…

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Helmet standard needs revision says forum

A helmet forum in Sydney has decided that the Australian standard for helmets is still relevant – at least for now – but requires revision to make it more explicit and not open to interpretation. Despite all Australian states now allowing European-standard UNECE22.05 helmets, it was pointed out that there …

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Mobile speed camera we’d actually like to see

Here’s a mobile speed camera unit we would actually like to see, mainly because it is very easy to see as the UK vans are brightly coloured and not covert. In Australia, fixed speed cameras are well signposted. Anyone caught speeding by fixed speed cameras is simply not paying enough attention and probably …

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2016 World Superbikes Round 6—Milwaukee BMW Race 2 Report

News Reports from Josh Brookes, Karel Abraham, and Team Coordinator Mick Shanley Here’s a race report from racers Josh Brookes and Karel Abraham, and Team Coordinator Mick Shanley on Race 2 of the 2016 World Superbikes Round 6 in Sepang on Sunday May…

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Nicky Hayden Interview Part Two

News Hayden talks about making the adjustment from MotoGP to World Superbike American Nicky Hayden talks about the adjustment to World Superbike after a 13-year career in MotoGP…

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