When the Honda FireBlade hit the market in 1992 it changed the world of sports bikes forever, but over 25 years on how are these bikes to ride today? An original FireBlade will set you back silly money, so we looked a little newer for a slice of the 90s
So, you think you like driving huh? Whether you own a Porsche or a Prius, driving on track is a fantastic experience and is actually pretty accessible. No you don’t need to own a Caterham 7, donate your right arm to an insurance company or buy MSA approved flame-resistant underwear. You
Research shows that car people have a few things in common, and no it’s not just their dislike of the Prius. 1. Your neighbours ask if you’re a mechanic. Nope. I just spend my time lying underneath my car in a puddle on my driveway because I love it. 2.
“I used to have one of them. It was a good bike” are the words many a person has said to me when I mention the mid-90s Honda CBR 600F. At a time when Honda were basking in the success of their Fireblade, the CBR 600 had some excellent genes
With the flimsy excuse of it being “a more modern vehicle” to replace Gill’s first car, a 1.25 Fiesta, the 2006 Fiesta ST was purchased. I remember driving one when they first came out and being mildly disappointed by the power but impressed with the sharp steering and agile handling.