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Sometimes I think my life is ruled by synchronicity. Synchronicity is a concept developed by Carl Gustav Jung in the 1920s, although he didn’t devote an entire paper to the subject until 1952. Synchronicity is a sort of pointed serendipity. It is seeing or experiencing a relationship or meaningful coincidence...

Travel, it’s said, broadens the mind and it’s difficult to imagine how it could fail to do so. Having said that I know there are plenty of tourists...

1. What was your first motorcycling experience? When I was about eleven years old we went on a family trip to Jersey for a holiday. For some reason my...

Saturday It’s happened. Luca at Sondel Sport and Rev’it have all delivered on their promise and I now stand clad head to toe in skintight black leather! It’s...

Self-flagellation Most discussions about motorcycling are dichotomous. Bikes make sense as efficient personal transport; they don’t congest, are easy...

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Boy Biker inspires the next generation I have had the pleasure this month to get involved in a totally different world. Rather than blinging cylinder heads...

I tried to change the front brake fluid on my lil’Breva Christmas day whilst servicing it but couldn’t get the filler cap screws out. Eventually a...

Weird place names have always fascinated me. There are thousands throughout the world, such as Ecclefechan in Scotland, Puddledub not far from my previous...

Club-level motorcycle racing has an odd relationship with the media. You’ll see race reports and lists of results, but not much else. Some of it has...