RnineT Racer

For a few years the car industry has been going back in time, bring out classic cars with a up-to-date twist. The same can be said for the motorbike industry. So no surprise that BMW have jumped onto the bandwagon. The RnineT has been out for a few years, but recently updated with this beautiful... Continue Reading →

The nights are fair drawing in

It's coming into winter time, long gone are the long sunny days and dry roads, now comes the cold dark nights and hazardous mother nature, here are some things to look out for. Ice on shaded roads It might feel like the sun has heated the day up to an acceptable level, but the nights... Continue Reading →

The Batpod

Must be nice to be Gotham City's billionaire, with your own research and development department, head of your own company, have a mansion and be Batman. He famously got on this crazy looking "bike" in the Dark Knight, to battle the Joker and his goons. It looked the business. I think if he lived in... Continue Reading →

NEW Yamaha FJR1300

Yamaha have upgraded their flagship sports tourer to make it an even more outstanding way to see the world. It still has the comfort of a sports tourer but is now rocking the looks of a sports bike, including lot’s of extra stuff, like a new 6-speed transmission, assist and slipper clutch, front and rear... Continue Reading →

A Wee Trident Run

A wee late night run to Arrochar, decided to avoid the Loch Lomond route and headed up through Cardross, Helensburgh and Rhu. The road leads up the side of the "infamous" Faslane, where the subs dock with the trident missiles, but you don't see much except lots of fence and barbed wire. Lucky that this... Continue Reading →

Ducati 1299 Panigale S Anniversario

Alway at the front line of design, Ducati have brought out some stunning bikes over the years, the new Ducati 1299 Panigale S Anniversario is no different. Every angle of this bike is exquisitely beautiful. This is the new anniversary edition of Ducati’s flagship super bike. weighing in at 162kg, this bike rocks 205 horsepower... Continue Reading →

Loch Jumping

After hitting the beaches on previous journeys, I thought I’d head for the Loch’s this time. Starting, by crossing the River Clyde, over the Erskine Bridge and heading for Dumbarton, Cutting up North on the West side of Loch Lomond. I don’t mind keeping in with the slow traffic on this road, as the views... Continue Reading →

Coffee to Ice Cream

Thought I’d abandon the obligatory bag of chips for this run. Apart from the fact it was warm, it was only 10 in the morning, so I went all continental and got myself a coffee. Drinking my coffee and sitting on a bench in Largs, watching the ferry leave and take people across to Great... Continue Reading →

Wetsuits

You know the story, not a cloud in the sky, you get on your bike and 20 minutes into your journey, the sky clouds over and your in the middle of a mini monsoon. Here are some one-piece suits to keep you dry in those downpours. (from left to right) Hein Gericke Competition Rainsuit. Around... Continue Reading →

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