Inflation can be a good thing, especially when it comes to tyres. Best not screw it up

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Like medical advice, when it comes to legal issues a second opinion doesn’t hurt…

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Unravelling the legal aftermath of Mark Stone’s riding calamities. Rather too keen to collect Cindy’s overly violent birthday present, Mark now risks feeling its devastating effects first hand

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If you’ve been taking some hits from the bong then the law may not be as generous

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Specialist motoring solicitor and ZZR1400 rider Andrew ‘Chef’ Prendergast demystifies a couple of bits of riding folklore

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Our recent prize bike winner, Dan Davis, is a HEMS (helicopter emergency medical services) paramedic for the London Air Ambulance.

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Dan Davis collected his prize Suzuki Inazuma from our offices today.

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Even though a biker may not be criminally liable for filtering and having a collision, it is a long established legal principle that a biker who is out of the ordinary flow of traffic by overtaking or filtering places themselves

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A great advantage of riding a bike is that you can often avoid getting snared in slow moving or stationary traffic with our larger, wider motoring companions by filtering or overtaking. I have been riding bikes on the road since

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I was zapped by some community do-gooders. As I rode passed a huddle of semi-retired wombles in dayglow jackets, one of them pointed a speed gun at me and a sign flashed up warning me I was doing 43 in

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