Here's our top 3 stories of the week...
Here's a roundup of our top 3 stories this week...
Here's a roundup of our top 3 stories of the week so far...
Here's our Top 3 stories of the week...
This week's post is written by Matt Hubbard. Matt is a motoring blogger who started writing about cars after a trip to Le Mans in 2012, and never stopped. Since then Matt has driven more than 250 cars and written 2,000 articles and reviews for his website, Speedmonkey.
Here's Our Top 3 Stories of the Week...
When insuring a motorbike there are a few things that will be taken into consideration - such as your age and your experience on the road - that you can’t do much about but will inevitably play a big part in deciding the premium you are charged.
Nonetheless, there are always things bike owners can do to help lower their premiums. Here’s our pick of ten easy steps that could save you money on your bike insurance.
Today's guest blogger James Joseph founded and writes for Motonoir.co.uk, a website focusing on motorcycles and motorsport. He has had a passion for two wheels for longer than he can remember, and currently rides a Honda CBR.
It has been over a hundred years since the first motorcycle was invented - in fact some of the earliest designs can be traced back to the 1860s.
But how far has the motorcycle come since then?
We take a closer look.
Plenty of savings to be had....
Tim Rogers is Managing Director of Spirit of the Seventies.
Tim has a varied collection of bikes including amongst others a ’71 Yamaha AT1, TY175, Kawasaki ZXR750J2, Ducati 900 FE and an MV Agusta F4.
Although cars have been stuffed with gadgets for as long as anyone can remember - from the era of 8 track cartridges and sunroofs to the modern day GPS and infotainment devices, motorbikes have always seemed to have been left behind.
Well not anymore....
With the summer officially here, and Motorcycle season in full swing, we thought it we’d take a look at the Motorcycle market and just how much enthusiasts are keeping it alive.
Here’s a quick round up of our top three stories from the world of insurance and motoring across the last couple of weeks.
When the first glimpse of sunshine broke through the clouds this year, it seemed that the whole of the UK excitedly rushed outside and headed for the nearest pub, park or patio for a BBQ! Britain’s motorcyclists will all have their fingers crossed that the sunny and dry conditions continue.
Following a meeting of the Motorcycle Crime Reduction Group, which met this week, figures have been released which show a marked reduction in the theft of motorcycles which have been ‘tagged’ under the UK’s first national and official motorcycle anti-theft scheme.
Chris Cope lives in the United Kingdom, though he is originally from the United States.
Despite having earned his motorcycle endorsement 20 years ago he still considers himself a newbie because it took him 19 years to finally get a bike of his own. He now rides as much as he possibly can in all weather doing his best to make up for lost time.
You can follow his adventures on http://www.themotorcycleobsession.com/
With London’s cycle-rental scheme - the so-called ‘Boris Bikes’ - proving to be a huge success, plans are afoot to expand the scheme to include electric bikes, or ‘e-bikes’ for short.
Chris Wheal (Whealie) is a freelance journalist who has developed a phone app for bikers. He got a Vespa Primavera 125 scooter on his 17th birthday and has been riding ever since.
Read his thoughts on these suits as he takes a closer look at them in this article.