Ducati Monsters have never really been designed for track use, but that didn’t stop us trying out our long-term test Ducati Monster 1200S at Silverstone on an exclusive Ducati track day.
"Possibly the most enjoyable 80 miles of my motorcycling life" according to Bike Social's Michael Mann who tried BMW's Off Road Skills Level One course. Here's the review, including a video.
MORE or Motorcycle Off Road Experience is an annual event organised by the MCIA (Motorcycle Industry Association) offering the chance to try off road riding. £25 for 1/2 a day, so we went along.
Gaydon's Motor Heritage Museum played host to Triumph Live 2014 on a scorcher of a day. Here's a photo-led review of what the thousands who attended got to see.
So far we've clocked 2636 miles on our long-term test Ducati Monster 1200S, and we’re well impressed. It handles better than an older generation Ducati sports bike like a 999, is way more practical than we first thought, and makes more power than a Ducati 996R so it’s no slouch on the road.
The Goodwood Festival of Speed might be mostly a car event, but the bikes definitely made their presence felt. We joined McGuinness, Spencer, Gardner, Smith, Boorman and the other superstar bikes & riders for a few runs up the hill on a Norton Domiracer. Full story here.
Our man headed to Biarritz for the annual Wheels & Waves event (12th – 15th June) probably the coolest bike event. Here's what happened, with plenty of photos.
Bike Social Ducati Monster 1200S has covered almost 1400 miles in its first month with us. We're well impressed. Here’s our first update on the bike from two different perspectives on the Bike Social team.
All the must-know stats & facts for this weekend's MotoGP race in Qatar: http://t.co/UnXjvAXxkmhttp://t.co/Z2Ta8fxcZQ
That's @SamLowes11 on top of #Moto2 FP2! #backthebrits
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