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Motorcycle manufacturers commissioning one off specials is nothing new, in fact judging by the amount of PR blurb that we see in our in-tray it would appear that it has become de rigueur for any self-respecting marque that wants to flog their machines to the kind of discerning well-healed customers that demand...

Tom battles rain and London gridlock on a diverse pair of Dark Custom Harleys “In a world of the bland leading the bland, Dark Custom motorcycles are...

Royal Enfield has continued with the planned expansion of its footprint in the UK by opening a second exclusive store in London. The store, in Mitcham,...

Manoeuvring the Aprilia inside the small front garden was tricky. It wasn’t difficult in a way that was likely to convince the smiling woman in the doorway...

Summer is here and everybody is out riding, so here are 188 pages of top-quality inspirational motolit via Issue 189 of The Rider’s Digest, available...

Blez recounts a memorable ride to the end of English earth on an Indian-built bike with a proud British history, inspired by an intrepid journey half a...

Motorbike Fast by Suzi-Mae (who is 11 years and 5 months old). I hold on tight, I look straight ahead, Leaving behind my warm, cosy bed. Now I’m ready...

The pages of just about every motorcycle magazine are covered in articles about the newest, the best or the most-hyped ‘adventure bike’. I’m not...

I’ve noticed that irrespective of whether or not they subsequently make it into print, travel stories often seem to start over a few large whiskies,...

The universally accepted truth about supermotards is that you can’t ride one for more than a few hours at a time and you certainly can’t tour on one...