TKC 80 Transforms Jim’s DT125

Yamaha launched the DT125 back in 1974, and despite not undergoing any major change since the 80’s, they continued to be popular learner-legal machines well into the new millennium. In truth, most DT125s don’t stray from the road, but as Practical Sportsbikes editor Jim Moore knows full well, they’re more than capable off it too. […]

ContiRaceAttack Comp Endurance 6,500 Mile Test

Gary Hurd’s tiger-striped Suzuki could be the most eye-catching Katana in the world. Practical Sportsbike’s resident Technical Consultant is a big fan of any 80’s Suzuki GSX, and the big Kat certainly wants for nothing. Gary has now completed more than 6,000 miles on the Katana using our ContiRaceAttack Comp rubber – on both road […]

Wardell & Bryant Secure Titles At Castle Combe

Last weekend it was time for North Gloucester Racing’s annual trip to the historic Castle Combe circuit in Wiltshire, a popular testing ground for many road race teams in the UK. Straight after returning from a successful time at the Manx Grand Prix, which included a 10th placed Lightweight finish on ContiRaceAttack Comp tyres which […]

Brooks Takes Maiden Victory At Wet Anglesey

A wet weekend at Anglesey is always tough, with the circuit perched right next to the Irish sea, but the bad weather on Sunday certainly didn’t dampen the spirits of the Thundersport paddock last weekend. With just three rounds to the end, solid points were a must for anyone looking to stake their claim to […]

Andrew’s Show Winning Lowrider

Following the launch of our revamped cruiser range in early 2017, Continental has become an increasingly popular choice among V-Twin riders, especially in The States! Among those riders switching to Continental is Andy Huerta, an exceptional bike builder based in the golden state of California, who recently fitted the new ContiTour to one of his best […]