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As many adventure riders will tell you auxiliary lights seem to make riders more visible to car drivers. I certainly notice I seem less visible on my enduro bike than I do on my BMW GS with the semi obligatory

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If you’re planning on taking your dirt bike on road, don’t be a plum! Make sure it’s legal.

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While riding my Fazer a woman pulled out from a minor road to my left directly in front of me without looking.

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I have had my old GS1200 for the last five years and have covered about 60,000 miles with no problems… until last month.

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I was involved in a no-fault accident in France. The Insurance company transported my six-month-old bike back to the UK, then scrapped it and offered me a settlement figure for it.

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What happens when someone takes you out and blames a faulty traffic light?

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Remarkably the law says little about overtaking. The acceleration and manoeuvrability of a motorcycle has long been recognised by the Civil Law and drivers, contrary to urban myth, actually have to look before they change their position in the road

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Andrew Prendergast decided to swap the cold and grime of a British winter for the less cold and welcoming sun of Spain. And he took his dad. Here’s one man’s story of a stolen few days of summer-y fun on

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I was riding a local green lane that is a byway open to all traffic (there are signs at each end confirming it) as two horses came down it towards me. I stopped and killed the engine but, rather than

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Just how much should you be entitled to following a life-changing accident?

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