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It seems incongruous to review a DVD that’s been on general release since 2012. However, Dream Racer has recently been nominated for another slew of...

Issue 191 of The Rider’s Digest is available to download absolutely free in Adobe PDF form from the online shop right here. In this 154-page issue...

It’s late September and while Maggie May’s toy boy really should be back at school, hundreds of motorcycle enthusiasts across London and the South...

More than 700 outdoor types attended the Adventure Travel Film Festival (ATFF) recently at London’s Mill Hill School. The school, whose alumni includes...

Issue 190 of The Rider’s Digest is now available absolutely free in the usual Adobe PDF format from either the online shop right here, or from the...

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,...

As a follow-up to his in-depth assessment of the Harley-Davidson LiveWire in Issue 189, here’s a gallery courtesy of electric evangelist Paul Blezard...

During the summer of 2014, with the Tower of London surrounded by thousands of vivid red ceramic poppies and the nation finding many different ways of...

Freestyle Motocross evolved out of playtime. Mainstream pro MXers would ride in their free time, off-season, on some piece of off-road ground that happened...

Of course I would have loved to have had my Enfield with me but it wasn’t that sort of trip to India this time. It was a ‘proper’ holiday with my...

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...

Since they burst onto our TV screens almost 10 years ago, The Hairy Bikers have ridden a variety of machines into our living rooms, prepared some very...

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...

When you get a group of motorcyclists together discussing racing heroes, the same names tend to crop up, all richly deserving of the accolades that follow:...

I am not a biker. I am a retired GP from Bristol who is part of a small development project in rural Ethiopia, helping out with worthy aims such as wells,...

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...

1. What was your first motorcycling experience? Trepidation, followed by utter joy; same as everyone else. More specifically it was a Honda C50 that was...

It would have been nice had The Art of the Harley-Davidson Motorcycles (2014) arrived in time to be included in the winter round-up featured in Issue 187....

If the brutal truth be known, I wouldn’t even last ten seconds as a despatch rider. Quite odd, really, since The Rider’s Digest was started some seventeen...

This is it! After nearly a year away, the brand new Issue 187 of The Rider’s Digest is now available to download for FREE via the online shop either...

Hard to believe, but circling the world on a motorcycle goes back more than a hundred years. It did not start with Ted Simon, despite what many still believe...

The title of this piece is an affectionate nod to the ‘road’ classic most famously — not to mention most emotively and passionately — delivered...