Monthly Archives: March 2011
K-Tech Suspension are launching their new 35DDS rear shock absorber. In development for the last two years, the 35DDS was made available to a limited number of race teams around the world in 2010 and was used and tested in … Continue reading
Termorace, who’ve been developing tyre warmers for several years, have launched an innovative new product – the Termorace Grid. It aims to solve the problem of keeping race tyres warm in situations where generators are not allowed on the grid … Continue reading
Whizzing down the start-finish straight, you don’t have much time to admire the construction of your pit board. But what you do need is good visibility – and Pitlane 2000’s boards allow light to pass through the numbers and letters … Continue reading
Charting the history of American racers from dirt tracks in their own backyards to the world stage, this book gives a detailed analysis of the racing careers of the likes of Kenny Roberts and Freddie Spencer, through to Nicky Hayden … Continue reading
The people at Joe’s Garage surprised us when they explained that they build customised motorhomes and race transporters from ex-council mobile libraries. But it turns out that mobile libraries have a pampered life – they are rigorously maintained – whether … Continue reading
Ultimate race bike tester, Alan Cathcart, features in this new DVD which takes a close look at the 990cc Moto GP bikes from 2003 to 2008.