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Guest contributors make a valuable contribution to Biker & Bike by adding their knowledge, passion and experiences to our mix of advice, rides and just about anything that can improve the biker's lot.

If you would like to contribute an article, photography or film, please contact us via: editorial@bikerandbike.co.uk

Charley Boorman and his new book, Long Way Back
Life on bikes

Motorcycling TV star Charley Boorman’s world crashed around him when a motorcycle accident in 2016 led to not just the shattering of his leg but potentially the loss of his career. Long Way Back tells the story of his recovery, along the way recounting his friendship with Ewan McGregor, his motorcycles

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Grid Girls on display at World Superbikes
Life on bikes

In Part 1 and Part 2 of Babes on Bikes, we looked at the issue of female representation in motorcycle marketing and publishing. Daisy Bell from female motorcycle clothing specialist ladybiker.co.uk has a message for the industry: Stop being so lazy and wake up to the fantastic opportunity getting more

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Life on bikes

In Part 1 of Babes on Bikes, Marc Ryan gave the male view of how women are portrayed in some sections of the motorcycle scene. Trouble is Marc’s a bloke – what does he know about it? So we asked professional adventure biker Zoe Cano for her views on some

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Ian Mutch Sahara Harley Davidson
Life on bikes

Ian Mutch is the editor of the Motorcycle Action Group’s monthly magazine, The Road. After a career as, by his own admission, a bit of a crap sailor (although he never actually crashed a ship it was definitely on the cards), he fell into journalism. Writing for Back Street Heroes and the

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Speed limit awareness sign
AdviceLife on bikes

Guest contributor Trevor Baird of the Motorcycle Minds website takes a look a controversial, but reasoned, view on the Speed Kills campaign. When you have been around rider’s issues for two decades in various forms and when those issues inevitably end up concerning motorcycling road safety a difference of approach

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