Shez Morais looking good at Oschersleben 8 hours practise. Up in 2nd in free practise. Best of luck to Shez and Team Rabid Transit for the race.
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LS2 helmets are now available from Peter Herbert Motorcycles. Featured here is the Hernandez Arrow replica at R5495 and the FF323 Arrow Carbon at R6000. Affordable quality! Call 011 793 4613 to purchase or for more info. ... See more
Kawasaki’s Team 38 will test the ground-breaking speed of the Kawasaki Ninja H2R in the upcoming 2016 Bonneville Speed Week event, the world’s most famous top-speed showdown. While salt conditions were not optimal for all out speed record, rider Yamashita and �#�Team38� hit their goal of 220mph during their final run on the modified Ninja H2R. ... See more
Bad luck for Brad Binder in yesterdays Brno race, crashing out in the final stages with a comfortable lead but these things happen at that level. We don't fault him at all. He was comfortable and it's still to early in the championshp to just settle for points. Brad is a winner and will always go for it - that's what makes the best, THE BEST! Keep doing what you're doing boy! Brad's comments after the race: “There’s not much to say. Until the crash I had no fear and everything was going perfectly. I cannot be more grateful to the team, because my bike was more than perfect. I have never had such a good feeling in the rain in my life. I turned in a little too much for the corner and I think there was a small puddle there, so it was a bit unfortunate. I’m sorry for the team because today I maybe should not have done what I was doing. I would have been able to secure the points, but I was not forcing things to go fast –it was simply that I felt very comfortable and did not have the feeling that I was doing anything crazy. The positive thing from today is that I only lost six points from my lead in the World Championship.” You can read more from Brad in his exclusive race column in our upcoming September issue in stores from 1st September! ... See more
Brad Binder with some good company. Great pole position for tmrws race.
Good first day at Czech GP for Brad Binder who posted the fastest time of the day. Here is what he had to say: “I feel like I’m doing well, like in Austria. The feeling we have here is very good; we still have to work to improve some things but I’m happy with the two free practice sessions of today. We lacked a bit of pace with used tyres, which is basically where our setup improvements can come from, but with new tyres things were completely different. I felt very good and full of energy with the new tyres. I felt strong for an opening day, and I hope to keep this up over the entire weekend.” Results (Combined practice time FP1-FP2) 1. Brad Binder (Red Bull KTM Ajo) 2:08.047 2. Andrea Migno (KTM) 2:08.143 +0.096 3. Enea Bastianini (Honda) 2:08.219 +0.172 4. Francesco Bagnaia (Mahindra) 2:08.465 +0.418 5. Nicolo Bulega (KTM) 2:08.613 +0.566 ... See more
Brad Binder fans, big or small, we've got you covered!!! Kiddies shirts available from 2 to 8 years old. Adults sizes from S to 5XL. Email email@example.com to order or pop past Ridgeway Racebar this Sunday. ... See more
Finally we have got stock of the new range of Official Brad Binder merch. We will be selling the new range at Ridgeway Racebar this Sunday so pop in and enjoy a good vibe while watching the Czech GP races live on the big screens. For those who can't make it there and would like to order simply email firstname.lastname@example.org. Shirt sizes available are S, M, L, XL and XXL. Orange shirt available in kiddies sizes 2/3, 4/5 and 7/8 years. Credit and debit cards welcome. ... See more
Hi all, pls help support another one of out top young talents as he tries to make it abroad. Dominic Doyle 15) has been offered a wildcard ride in the KTM 390 heats at the final round of MotoAmerica this year. His family is trying to raise funds for him to get there, as they provide the bike only, and his father has to pay for transport, accomodation etc. He started off in the Honda NSF 100 Training programme, and then moved up to NSF 150s and last year placed 2nd nationally in the KTM 390 series in his novice year. Dom has a lot of potential and we would not like to see this opportunity pass him by due to a lack of funding. On behalf of his father; Ronnie Doyle; Algoa Motorsport Club and PE Classic Bike Racing, they have started a crowd-funding facebook page to try and assist. You can see the page as follows: www.facebook.com/Lets-Get-Dominic-Doyle-to-MotoAmerica-1658508964475927/ They are also hosting a Fundraiser for him on 26 August 2016 at the Aldo Scribante Circuit Clubhouse, the day before the local round of SuperGP in which he will be participating. Pls support if you can! ... See more
Dominic Doyle has been offered a "Once in a Lifetime" opportunity to race a KTM 390 at the last MotoAmerica Race this year. Help us get him there.