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LS2 Bond Textile Jacket

There’s a new jacket in town, and its a bit of alright! Spanish based, LS2, more known for their range of Crash Helmets have released the latest addition to their clothing line. The Bond Textile Jacket – and its clean lines and ‘vintage’ looks give it huge appeal to many a rider. The Barcelona based company, have now broken out in to the clothing market with a large 2019 catalogue offering of jackets, jeans and more and the Bond Textile Jacket, I feel, is the centre piece of the range. They’ve released two colour options for the Bond Textile, ‘Smoke’ and ‘Black’ with personal preference being the ‘Smoke’ colour, this is partly due to matching the colour to my crash helmet and bike. What do the specs look like? They’ve ...

Guy Martin – Back in the races

Fan favourite, Guy Martin has confirmed he is getting back on the bike and racing at both  the Tandragee 100 and Cookstown 100 Irish road races. Guy Martin called time on his road racing career in 2017 after withdrawing from the 2017 Ulster Grand Prix. He signed a deal with Honda in 2017 alongside multiple TT winner, John McGuiness but several complications later and a crash in the Superbike race, he retired from the Senior and eventually called time on his racing career, but it appears that the thrill of the ride is too much for Martin to resist. The Cookstown 100 opens the Irish Road Racing season and takes place on the 27th and 28th April and Martin is taking along his own BSA to compete in the yesteryear Classic race. The Tandragee 100 takes place on May 4th and 5th where Guy will be c...

We Ride London Protest – TODAY!

We Ride London are coordinating a rally at 4:30pm today in Parliament Square to protest against the marginalisation of motorcycles & scooters in London and the UK. We Ride are encouraging all motorcycle riders to attend regardless of the machine you ride, be it a classic bike, or adventure bike. We Ride London are hoping to make a change to the policies of Transport for London & the Mayor of London. We Ride London wrote.. The personal bias of policy making and influencing bureaucrats has resulted in an active campaign to drive motorcycles & scooters off London’s roads, ignoring data produced by Transport for London and others that clearly shows motorcycles & scooters have a positive contribution to congestion & pollution in London and should be actively encouraged as a ...