BUELL STREET TRACKER ‘HARDLY-DAVIDSON’
Until the 1970s motorcycle racing in the USA was all about dirt track. On mile and half-mile ovals across America Triumphs, BSAs and Nortons competed against the homegrown Harleys. Despite it’s agricultural persona, dirt track racing, (also known as flat track), is a very precise form of motorcycle competition with the machinery having evolved over many years into the ideal weapon needed to cover a mile, or half-mile oval racetrack with a loose surface of clay, sand or dirt in the shortest possible time. The ability to control a bucking weaving motorcycle at speeds approaching 130 miles-per-hour, slipping sideways into a corner while ‘steering’ the rear wheel with the throttle, is an art learned on the dirt tracks that made American racers like Kenny Roberts, Eddie Lawson and Wayne Rainey into World Roadracing champions.Write comment (0 Comments)
Miss Worldwide Bomber Magazine 2017
Hello Laura, how are you?
- Fine thanks, waiting for summer.
When did you hear about Bombers and Worldwide Bomber Magazine for the first time?
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- Ah, love it!! Thats my lifestyle!
BLOWN B-KING | ‘BLOW & GO’
A regular combatant at the Elvington Speed Wheelie Event, where riders with balls the size of footballs balance bikes on the rear wheel over a full kilometre at speeds most sport bike owners will never see in their lifetimes, (such as the record-breaking 181.5 mph wheelie by mad Irishman, Shane Egan, last August), after scoring a 148mph wheelie in 2007 on a stock Hayabusa, Dom the Phantom fancied trying to shit himself on something a bit different in 2010. Most of the mono-wheeling fools favour the latest incarnation of Suzuki’s GSX-R1000, and after breaking four ribs and wrecking his K5 1000 Gixer earlier in the year when he T-boned a myopic driver U-turning his company car while talkin’ on his cell and eating a burger, Dom didn’t have much of a choice.Write comment (0 Comments)
Words: Dave M | Pics: Customfighters Russia
Given the name of our little online motorcycle magazine, it’s pretty obvious that we like to try and cater for our readers by featuring performance custom bikes from as many places around our little globe as we possibly can.Write comment (0 Comments)