Isle Of Man TT

Celebrating 100 Years of Suzuki

[ad_1] The year 1920 was a busy one. The League of Nations was founded, the island of Ireland was divided and the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe horse race was organized for the first time. Meanwhile, in Japan, a company that supplied machinery for Japan’s huge silk industry was formed. …

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Isle of Man: Mystery of the Wild Wallabies

[ad_1] Play video Article and video report by Isle of Man journalist Joshua Stokes. The Isle of Man is widely known for its “tax haven” status and world-famous TT racing, but what few people know is its vast wildlife. These include hundreds of wild wallabies roaming mainly in the north …

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Biker dies on Isle of Man TT killer road

[ad_1] A biker has died in a crash on the deadly Isle of Man TT racing road – just 10 minutes after meeting his father for the first time in 35 years. Paul Cowell, 56, was killed instantly after colliding with a motorhome on the notoriously dangerous road just moments …

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Hero will launch Pleasure Plus update soon

[ad_1] Posted on 05 Oct 2021 3:53:00 PM The Hero Pleasure Plus will receive a new Bluetooth enabled instrument cluster. Hero MotoCorp has released an updated Pleasure Plus scooter teaser video that gives us a preview of a few features. Hero is expected to launch the updated Pleasure Plus during …

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Tork Motors T6X electric bike soon to be launched

[ad_1] Posted 04 Oct 2021 3:38:00 PM The Tork T6X will be manufactured at the company’s new factory in Pune. In 2016, Tork Motors, the Pune-based electric vehicle start-up, announced it was opening pre-bookings for its highly anticipated T6X Electric Motorcycle. Things fell silent a short time later. Company founder …

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Back to the Triumph Daytona

[ad_1] After John Bloor bought and resurrected Triumph, his first assignment was to show that his new company wouldn’t make the same obsolete motorcycles that made them infamous at the time. Partly because the runners got stuck in the road, fighting with nasty electronic components while oil dripped off their …

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10 coolest vintage motorcycles we need in our garage

[ad_1] Very few things embody the word freedom like a motorcycle does. This outdoor ability to defy gravity and maintain balance at the same time is simply unmatched, bonus points if you ride a vintage bike. There is something inexplicably elegant about riding a vintage motorcycle. Maybe it is the …

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Binch Racing is back in force after blockages

[ad_1] Zak Corderoy with team boss Dave Binch. Former semi-professional rider Dave Binch runs the show with several members of his team living and working in the Mansfield area. They compete in the British Superbike Championship in the Stock 600 class (Pirelli National Junior Superstock), currently competing with Oxford-based Zak …

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Classic bikes all the way at Croft this weekend

[ad_1] Classic Racing Motorcycle Club – Saturday October 2 and Sunday October 3, 2021 The Classic Racing Motorcycle Club returns to the Croft Circuit this next weekend (2/3 October) with a full program of on and off track attractions with solo and sidecar machines recreating the classic and post-classic racing …

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2022 Kawasaki Z650RS full reveal and specs

[ad_1] 2022 Kawasaki Z650RS After a series of short “Retrovolution” teaser videos that leaked over the past month and which culminated overnight in a official launch presentation video, Kawasaki has finally unveiled the beautiful new Z650RS in all its glory. 2022 Kawasaki Z650RS Designed to be a more accessible option …

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Royal Enfield Continental GT Cup 2021

[ad_1] The 2021 Royal Enfield Continental GT Cup was announced today. Registrations for this racing championship are open on the official Royal Enfield website. The Royal Enfield Continental GT Cup 2021 is a unique retro track racing initiative that was launched to give drivers the chance to compete in a …

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10 quick facts about John McGuinness

[ad_1] The “Missile Morecambe”, John McGuinness is a legendary English biker from the Isle of Man TT. Born April 16, 1972 in Morecambe, Lancashire, England, McGuinness has always been around bikes because his father owned a motorcycle repair shop. However, after graduating in 1990 and due to the recession, McGuinness …

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Howard Quayle: Isle of Man Chief Minister on his cult “Howard o-clock” movement and “bewilderment” at PM’s underwater roundabout | Politics News

[ad_1] “It’s Howard o’clock” has become a catchphrase used on swimsuits, t-shirts, bags, mugs, wine bottles and, even, has evolved into a monopoly-style drinking game. But at the same time Isle of man Chief Minister Howard Quayle may have become an almost cult figure during the COVID crisis, he also …

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Isle of Man general election: who’s running?

[ad_1] The Isle of Man is divided into 12 constituencies, each with two elected members of the House of Keys or “MHK”. This constitutes the 24 MHK which sit in Tynwald. Below is a list of all constituencies and the 65 candidates hoping to be elected to the House of …

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8 facts about Guy Martin

[ad_1] There is no particularly precise way to describe former British motorcycle rider Guy Martin. So eclectic that you just couldn’t enclose it or even label it appropriately. Better yet, Martin isn’t even trying to be a mystic or anything like that, he’s just himself. A strange minimalist, Martin doesn’t …

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Alastair Seeley in search of titles in Kirkistown

[ad_1] The event will be the fourth round in the series, which is currently set to take place over six rounds after the Mid Antrim Club stepped in to host the final in Bishopscourt on October 2, following the cancellation of St Angelo’s reunion in Enniskillen. . Carrick’s Alastair Seeley …

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Together with the associated company Tork Motors, Bharat Forge announced its intention to enter the fast growing electric vehicle market in India.

[ad_1] One of the world’s leading forgings makers, Bharat Forge, which is the flagship company of Indian billionaire Baba Kalyani, recently announced plans to join the country’s electric vehicle (EV) revolution. The company, best known for producing auto parts that are exported around the world, has announced plans to produce …

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Changes could happen on the Isle of Man in 2022

[ad_1] Following the upheavals of 2020 and 2021, the Isle of Man government department for business and the Manx Motor Cycle Club have announced that they are reviewing both the Manx Grand Prix and Classic TT events from the 13th. August 2021. So far, no mention of any other IOM …

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Joey Dunlop’s new book promises untold stories

[ad_1] You might think we already know everything there is to know about the late Joey Dunlop. The English author, however, thinks he has unearthed some hitherto unknown gems of information on the legendary road racer. And, later this year, Stuart Barker will publish a new book on one of …

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5 reasons to visit the Isle of Man

[ad_1] The idea of ​​waves crashing against rocks on a remote island seems quite astonishing after the events of last year. With travelers expected to come up with creative itineraries this summer, an island vacation shouldn’t be crossed from the books. Rather than heading to the crowded beaches of Ibiza …

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100 years of Moto Guzzi – Dossier

[ad_1] Italians are known for a lot of things, one of them being the creators of ridiculously pretty and powerful motorcycles. Moto Guzzi has been involved, in a significant way, for a little over 100 years now. It’s no simple task, but Moto Guzzi is no ordinary business either. The …

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Quick Read, July 11, 2021

[ad_1] Something for everyone this week: the classic perfection of a Moto Guzzi cafe racer, a stealth R18 commissioned by BMW and a slender CB650R from Honda’s European dealerships. Plus a glimpse of the very, very radical new CE 04 from BMW. Moto Guzzi California 1100 EV by Bernd and …

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Dunlop sets its sights on the joy of Kirkistown

[ad_1] Motorcycle racing kicks off today in Northern Ireland with the first meeting of the year in Kirkistown, County Down, where a group of top riders are entered. Allymoney’s Michael Dunlop is the most prominent name on the entry list for the Belfast and District Club President’s Cup event, where …

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LIVE: Goodwood Festival of Speed

[ad_1] A treasured collection of motor racing’s most famous cars, motorcycles, drivers and racers will once again be on display as they race the famous Goodwood Hill Climb in front of spectators as the crowds return to the Sussex site. This year’s event will honor the career of American racing …

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A look back at the 2001 Ducati MH900e

[ad_1] the Ducati The MH900e not only sported a beautiful exterior, but it also had a powerful engine and fantastic performance. However, the unique aspect of the bike was its rather odd but attractive bare design. The MH900e debuted as a concept bike in 1998 and turned heads. Ducati produced …

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Isle of Man TT scammer doomed

[ad_1] A crook who scammed a TT fan for £ 1,210 has been sentenced to 120 hours of community service by magistrates. Craig Philip Teare offered to rent bogus accommodation to a woman in the UK after telling her he was part of the island’s TT Homestay program. Teare took …

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Modification of Mountain Road closures

[ad_1] A six-week closure planned for Mountain Road this summer has been postponed to March 2022. Transport bosses had offered to close the main road in August to do essential maintenance ahead of TT 2022. However, in a statement released today (Thursday), the government said it revised the schedule after …

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