Feeling a little light-headed? Size matters – particularly when buying a helmet. Chef reviews his latest lid.

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I have just been for a ride on the back of the Triumph Tiger Explorer, Andrew’s other choice of bike in the running to replace the Ducati. Andrew took me out to give the pillion seat a little test. You

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Andrew has a Triumph Explorer to test over the next few days. Here is a photo preview of the test bike he has and I am sure Andrew will have the results of his initial tests of the bike to

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I must now have a fair few thousand pillion miles under my belt. And it is true to say that whilst I really enjoy being a pillion, there is no doubt that my enjoyment is affected by the bike itself!

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I have been looking at a more practical bike to replace the beautiful but feisty Ducati Multistrada. Two bikes are in the frame, the Triumph Explorer and the Honda Crosstourer, and I took the Crosstourer out in greasy, cold conditions

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There’s a time in a man’s life when he has to face the truth. No longer is he a macho riding god, a cool rider oblivious to the elements, a rider in the storm. Here’s my review of custom made

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We have a new para legal on-board at White Dalton, Gavin Grewal who turned up this morning on his new Yamaha YZF-R125. Gavin’s training contract (solicitor’s apprenticeship) will be confirmed once he has passed his motorcycle test.

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Taking a new bike on a test ride? Then you’d best be aware of its massive potential

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Andrew and Andy were both at a very busy OnYerBike Open Day last weekend. Lots of prize draw cards were given out and leaflets for this year’s RBLR1000 which is taking place 22th – 24th June. Here are some pictures

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Don’t ignore a rectification notice just because you’re skint, it’ll end up costing more

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