Practical tips from Riders Corner What Clifford is talking about in Riding or Racing, where you look is where you’ll go is the Vanishing Point . The Vanishing Point is the point of the road that keeps “refreshing” with new things as you’re looking at it. It is the furthest
After reading over my article on Why your mate seems to disappear after the first few corners; Clifford Chapman, a rider who also does Sim Racing online competitively sent through some great advice on where your eyes should be looking when riding. So I have decided to use his great
Lane Split Like A Pro After much thought about my next article and wanting to deliver some actual valuable content rather than recycling memes, I have decided to write a series of articles on lane splitting. Part of the reason I will do a series is because our generation has
So I’ve been riding your bike for many weeks… Rain, hail or shine. One of the biggest things I feel shameful for is the state of my wheels after just a week of riding. The nice colour (if your manufacturer painted the wheels something other than black) has turned horrible.
Scuffs and scratches on your motorbike is inevitable. Unless you’re a Ducati owner and ride once a month on a sunny day (sorry, not sorry). I recently discovered the magic of CRC Paint Doctor With a bit of elbow grease, this magic liquid removed some horrible marks from my motorcycle
Riding your bike in the rain is one of the trickiest things you’ll ever have to do. You could ride your whole life and still be caught off guard when the road is damp. While some motorcyclists may preach against ever riding in the rain, sometimes that just isn’t an