Most bikers I know who have moved on from riding pillion to riding their own bikes don’t enjoy it when they have to later ride as a pillion for whatever reason. This is something which I am positively grateful not
I have finally had to admit defeat and accept that, after fracturing my scaphoid and having it pinned, my wrist is not as strong as it used to be. Therefore, riding my 749 has become increasingly painful even on the
Chef and Andrew set off to ride 1000 miles in 24 hours or less to join the Iron Butt association and also to raise funds for the Poppy Appeal. The run was organised by the Royal British Legions Rider’s Branch,
Last weekend, Rhiannon and I attended the ‘On Two Wheels’ Event in Kingsbury Square in Aylesbury town centre. It was good to meet quite a few local bikers and IAM instructors. Both my Duke and Rhiannon’s Triumph seemed to draw
Knowing I am going to get merciless stick from m’learned friends for having yet another gizmo on my bike I’ll admit another one – this time a DAB radio. On the RBLR 1000 endurance ride, having the Lions match to
As I held my breath past the fourth or so bus spewing out grey clouds on my ride to work the other day, I had a flash of inspiration … helmet chinbar vents fitted with miniature air filters (and maybe freshners)!