Join us for 44Teeth’s first Trackday!

We’re going on a summer holiday. And you’re invited. Yes, we’ve finally sorted (a certain amount of) our shit out, booked the marvellous circuit of Parcmotor near Barcelona to host our first ever trackday with the help of logistics partners, Pacific MotorSport. This ain’t your normal, everyday, smash and grab trackday. It’s a trackday with a sexy twist and exclusive… Read more →

Will there be a new Triumph Daytona? We think so…

Probably the most frequently asked question over the past 12 months: will there be a new Triumph Daytona coming soon? The Daytona 675 has been, without doubt, the best ‘600’ supersports bike in recent years – possibly ever – and that’s without a whiff of patriotism. Its discontinuation is sacrilege, even if 600cc sales are pathetic. Let’s the objective bits… Read more →

Access All Areas: KTM RC16

As the 2016 season reaches its climax in Valencia this weekend, MotoGP welcomes another manufacturer onto the grid of glitz and glamour. KTM is wildcarding with factory test pilot, Mika Kallio riding the RC16, giving us a taster of the Austrian firm’s full-time comeback in 2017 and beyond. It wasn’t too long ago that MotoGP was berated for its dwindling… Read more →

Talan Skeels-Piggins: From Paralysis To Podium

After years of torture, countless trips to surgery and nearly losing his leg, there’s no doubt that Ian Hutchinson deserves his miracle man status. The sheer grit and determination mixed with unwavering positivity and innate ability to spank a motorcycle are all traits clearly evident in Hutchy, but what about recovering from paralysis and claiming on a podium? Talan Skeels-Piggins… Read more →

Bridgestone H50: The Tyre For Big, Fat Americans

It’s no secret that this job is indeed the best job in the world. It’s also far from easy, although launches like last week’s Bridgestone gig in Florida tend to soothe the agony somewhat: Orlando sunshine, swamp boats and wakeboarding, followed by riding some big, fat American bastards. And by that, I mean Harley Davidsons and Indians. Designed specifically for… Read more →

2016 motorcycle sales: everyone loves being naked…

Fresh figures from the MCIA (Motorcycle Industry Association) have indicated that naked bikes, in 2016, are trendier than Chris Eubank Snr. Of the 79,234 motos registered so far this year – which is 6.9% up on 2015 and bloody good for motorcycling – 23,713 of those have been naked steeds.   Conversely, the touring sector has suffered and is 11.9%… Read more →

Brad Binder: “Racing bikes, you get more pussy than anyone”

MotoGP is brewing nicely in 2016: new race winners, records being smashed left, right and centre, entertainment throughout all classes and a genuine British resurgence. But Moto3, once again, provided the closest, most enthralling fairing-bashing at Silverstone and factory KTM pilot, Brad Binder claimed his fourth victory of the season after a motivational session chat with 44Teeth. What started as… Read more →

Flat Tracking a Ducati Scrambler

Have you ever tried slotting the proverbial square peg into a round hole? Using a ham and cheese baguette to play snooker, or maybe a pane of glass as a tennis racquet? If you answered yes to any of the above, you’d probably love riding a genuinely road legal, perfectly pristine motorcycle round a speedway track for shits and giggles.… Read more →

Frugal Fun & Frolics: Racing a Pit Bike

Nuzzled into the Northamptonshire countryside, Whilton Mill is one of the UK’s tastiest outdoor karting tracks. But it’s not solely chainsaw-powered kiddy wagons that frequent the venue. Oh no. 44Teeth was invited to race the ‘press bike’ at Round 6 of the British Mini Bike Championship: a collective circus of minimotos, pit bikes and any other midi-sized steed for all… Read more →

5 Things… About Michelin’s Return To MotoGP

Seven years after relinquishing MotoGP’s first ever control tyre contract, Michelin is back in the paddock and supplying all things rubbery to the premier class. It wasn’t exactly a smooth reintroduction into the GP paddock (neither was Bridgestone’s to be fair), with numerous riders chucking it down the road during initial testing following years of Bridgestone’s unflappable front-end grip. And… Read more →

Yamaha YXZ1000R

Four wheels have never got my juices flowing in the same shit-kicking manner as a moto. The buzz is inherently more submissive, less dangerous so less deathy, and everything’s a tad automated – no pun intended. Having said that, as a petrol head, I have an unconditional appreciation for anything that sucks, squeezes, bangs and blows. So, when Yamaha UK… Read more →

Isle of Man TT: A Newcomer’s Perspective

How does one rationally portray the absurdity of racing at the Isle of Man TT? Even the greatest wordsmiths would have difficulty in articulately describing first-hand experiences, so I’m really going to struggle here. It’s virtually impossible to explain my fortnight of fresh, previously unprovoked emotions and on-track sensations without reeling off a list of expletives – my first lap… Read more →