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Bikechannel Weekly: Episode 3

This week we test the KTM SMC 690, Triumph Thunderbird Storm, Dame Kelly Holmes does her CBT, Ally from Fast Bikes is at the Ducati Monster 1100 Evo launch in Sicily and we come live from the Bulldog Bash!

Bikechannel Weekly: Episode 2

This week Luke reviews the Harley Fat Boy Special, Suzy puts her new Tommy 125 through its paces, Ally from Fast Bikes get involved in a race – against a car, and we check out the new Dainese range of clothing and find out more about Extreme Freestyling from Chris Birch and Nate Adams.

Bike Channel Weekly – Show 1

Join Luke and Suzy as they look at all the latest goings on in the world of Bike Channel.

2011 Yamaha FZ8 Review

We check out Yamaha’s middleweight naked sports bike, and see how it matches up against its cheaper rivals.

Triumph 675R Review

We headed off to Brooklands to see one of the most iconic and most impressive pieces of British engineering, Concorde, along with a new contender to that title, the brand new Triumph 675R.

Gethin Jones takes his Mod 1 Test

TV presenter, and all round good egg, Gethin Jones, fulfills one of his lifelong dreams by taking his Mod 1 test, see what the big man has to go through, and whether or not he passed!

Ride to work day with Absolute radio

To help promote Ride to Work Day, we went up to One Golden Sqaure to hang out with Absolute Radio and take Maggie Doyle out and about to offer live travel from the back of a bike.

Why racing is so much more fun in the wet

This weekend saw the weather dictate the state of affairs in the MotoGP and Formula 1, and wasn’t it fantastic?

MotoGp Stars hit London in open top bus

The best and brightest of the Brit boys at MotoGP decided to take us on a tour of London ahead of this week's race at Silverstone.

Honda 2011 CBR 125R review

Honda have brought a new version of one of their best selling motorbikes, the learner legal CBR125R

Extreme Freestyling comes to the Docklands

The Monster Extreme freestyle tour kicks off in the next few days, so we catch up Nate Adams and Chris Birch who will be performing.

Triumph Thunderbird Storm 2011 Review

We got to try out the brand new version of Triumph’s Thunderbird cruiser, see what we thought of this Harley beater.

Honda CBR600F First Ride & Press Day

We put it the new Honda CBR600F through its paces and give you our first impression on just how well this new sports tourer fares

Honda CBR250R 2011 vs Kawasaki Ninja 250R 2011 Shootout

There is a new pretender to the throne of the coveted 250cc market, trying to steal the Ninja’s dominance, so we put the new kid on the block, the Honda, up against its market leading rival, to see who comes out on top.

Kawasaki Z750R 2011 Review

Luke Wilkins tests out the latest mid range naked sports bike from Kawasaki, but does it live up the R badge stuck on its tank?
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