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Top five zany motorbike world records you never knew existed

It's true to say that there are thousands upon thousands of Guinness World Records, but join us as we take a look at some of the strangest records ever achieved on two wheels

Fancy blowing your horn to beat one of the oddest motorcycle world records there is when it comes to two wheelers?

Fancy blowing your horn to beat one of the oddest motorcycle world records there is when it comes to two wheelers?

Lauge Jensen unveils new limited edition A.Kahn motorbike

The high-end Danish motorcycle brand, Lauge Jensen has collaborated with Britain's original supercar designers, A. Kahn Design to present a new limited edition motorbike

Honda Fireblade SP steals the show at MCN 2014

The 2014 Honda Fireblade SP in all its glory

The Honda Fireblade SP has finally gone on sale in the UK and was the centre of attantion at last week's MCN London Show. We thought it'd be rude not to take a closer look at this stunning ride. Careful, she bites

Indian Motorcycles gears up for 2014 UK relaunch at Motorcycle Live

Indian says that cruisers have come a long way in the past 15 years

The classic American cruiser manufacturer is coming back to the British market in a big way, as Chris Jefferies has been finding out

Lauge Jensen and A.Kahn have collaborated to make their sleekest motorbike yet

Lauge Jensen and A.Kahn have collaborated to make their sleekest motorbike yet

Top five zany motorbike world records you never knew existed

It's true to say that there are thousands upon thousands of Guinness World Records, but join us as we take a look at some of the strangest records ever achieved on two wheels

The most treacherous motorcycle trails in the world

Are you up for the challenge?

Discover the world's highest and longest roads and much more

The history of motorcycle culture

The motorcycle continues to be a symbol of freedom but it hasn't always been welcomed

For years the motorcycle has brought with it a cultural identity - here is our look at motorcycle culture

Fancy blowing your horn to beat one of the oddest motorcycle world records there is when it comes to two wheelers?

Fancy blowing your horn to beat one of the oddest motorcycle world records there is when it comes to two wheelers?

Top tips for getting your motorbike ready for spring riding

Is your motorbike ready to hit the road this spring?

With the advent of spring bringing bikers back onto the roads in their droves, we've been catching up with SAM's Paul Spalding to get his advice on making sure your bike, your gear and your skills are up to scratch

FEATURE: Five of the best adventure motorcycle experiences

There is time. Now let's find the right space.

Inspired by the very first glimpses of sun we have seen in 2014, MotorbikeTimes has been looking forward to the touring season. If you have found yourself racking your brain for a touring opportunity soon, here is a breakdown of where to look.

FEATURE: Top five tips for improving your motorcycle's mpg and fuel efficiency

Follow our tips to save at the pumps

If you managed to hold onto any of your savings over the holidays, we would hate for you to lose them to high fuel prices. Here is what you can do to keep your costs down and stay riding safely

WINTER FEATURE: How to ride safely and be seen at night time

Riding at night presents a whole new set of challenges

In the latest in our series of winter riding features, Rob Day of Suffolk Advanced Motorcyclists explains his top tips for riding after dark

FEATURE: Motorbikes in the developing world

MotorbikeTimes looks into a very different kind of motorbike culture, in Sub-Saharan Africa

FEATURE: Braziliant 15,000 mile motorcycle journey to see the World Cup

Chris Hallett has spent his savings on a six-month riding adventure on board his Vespa scooter

England fan, Chris Hallett, rides epic journey through as many 2014 World Cup qualifying countries as possible from London to Rio on his Vespa scooter - all to see the biggest sports event in the world

Carl Fogarty: MotoGP class system is a 'confusing mess'

The former racing champ has spoken out against the current MotoGP system

Four time World Superbike champion Carl Fogarty has told MotorbikeTimes how 'confusing' the MotoGP season is. He was speaking to us ahead of the second round of the 2014 season in Austin, Texas

Riders for Health use motorbikes to provide people in outlying areas with much needed healthcare

Riders for Health use motorbikes to provide people in outlying areas with much needed healthcare

MotoGP: Lorenzo is not like Vettel

This season might be a testing one for Jorge Lorenzo

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PREVIEW: Marc Marquez set to rule the roost at Austin MotoGP

Marquez won the first ever Austin MotoGP in 2013

A repeat of last year's Honda 1-2 at Austin is on the cards, according to our resident MotoGP pundit Dan Cartwright

Stubilizer aims to put an end to shaky motorbike action videos

There is a chance to purchase a Stubilizer when a pledge is made on Kickstarter

Stuart Smith has invented the Stubilizer, which he hopes will put an end to shaky motorcycle action videos

STUDY: Open-face helmets offer as much protection as no helmet

Open-face style helmets don't give as much protection as you might think

Wearing an open-face helmet could offer next to no protection against facial and brain injuries a study from Brazil has found