A British-made electric motorcycle is taking to the wide open roads of the United States this week as part of a UK trade mission.
Dressing for the pitstop can be full of pitfalls (and pratfalls) but Lee Holmes pinpoints the key moto-inspired menswear pieces to put you in style pole position
Former Malcolm in the Middle star Frankie Muniz has suffered his second mini-stroke in under a year.
The former footballer and Spice Girl are expected to invest £5m on doing the house up to their own specifications
Francis Collomp, 63, duped his captors into thinking he was feeble and old
A French engineer held hostage by Islamist extremists in northern Nigeria made a daring escape on a motorcycle taxi at the weekend while his captors were being attacked by the Nigerian army.
Axel Pons triggered the accident when Fadli Immammuddin collected the stranded bike, launching him into the air as he flipped twice before crashing onto the track
New York critics split on the Lord of the Rings star's performance in David Leveaux's production of the Shakespeare classic
Glenn Martin’s prototype has a top speed of 46 mph
The twin bomb attack which hit a market in a Shi'ite-dominated region of northwest Pakistan killed 57 people, officials said.
Italian rider was hit by another bike in supporting Supersport race that was held in horrendous weather conditions
The Yamaha rider was thrown from his bike and landed on his already damaged left shoulder
Six-strong armed gang mingled with hundreds of shoppers before smashing glass cabinets with axes and sledge hammers
Tai Woffinden may be only 22 but he goes into the British Speedway Grand Prix at the Millennium Stadium today with huge expectation riding on his shoulders.
Paralympic champions' older brother to face no further action in case of Maria Barnard's death
In the roll-call of student summer reading certain volumes stand out, including Desmond Morris's body language phenomenon The Naked Ape and Richard Bach's Jonathan Livingston Seagull. To those can be added a volume by Robert M Pirsig that snuggled its way into every hitchhiker's hand-crocheted body satchel. Unlike Bach, whose books were like being hit with a wiffle bat full of pot-pourri, Pirsig is the real deal. Born in 1928, this precocious university student was eventually expelled for studying too hard, after growing bewildered by the choice of multiple hypotheses in his chosen field, biochemistry. Overwhelmed by the limitations of science, he tackled Eastern philosophy instead, spending time in India before returning to a US college.