The wrong kind of salt (October 2016)

The wrong kind of salt (October 2016)

Trying to achieve 400mph on two wheels was never going to be easy. Racing the Isle of Man TT or the Dakar Rally is hard, but they’re more about endurance and consistency than they are about breaking new ground. It’s all been done before and you’re following in brave...
Biker Down Courses

Biker Down Courses

Courses for 2016 Wednesday 29th June at 7.30pm Held at Marlow Fire Station Please contact Keith Wheeler, Road Safety Officer, 01296 744431 / 07767 412076, kwheeler@bucksfire.gov.uk to book your...
IAM Skills Day July 3rd

IAM Skills Day July 3rd

Skills Day at Thruxton There are still have some spaces available if anyone is interested in joining in the fun. A well-organised day, sharing the track with polite riders and as for Thruxton itself – wow, what a thrill. On top of that it’s four riders per...
Death of the “Counterpart Driving Licence”

Death of the “Counterpart Driving Licence”

What’s happening? The paper part (headed Counterpart Driving Licence, D740) of your 2-part licence ceases to have any legal meaning on the 8th June 2015. The DVLA say you should destroy it. Everyone else (AA etc.) says keep it safe just in case. Instead of recording...