The first motorcycle helmet was not a helmet at all – just a leather cap that would prevent nothing more serious than a few cranial grazes. But concussion injuries in bike racing led to the first hard helmets introduced at the Isle of Man TT in 1914, dramatically reducing injuries and paving the way for… Read more »
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Remember the days when wearing a helmet while riding a motorcycle was optional?
Superbike legend Carl “Foggy” Fogarty will take part in motorcycling’s most madcap festival of fun in King’s Lynn this summer.
During the first four decades of the 20th century, motorcycle racing evolved from niche interest to mass phenomenon.
Norwich, being stuck out on the eastern hump of England and with only gradually improving road connections to anywhere outside of Norfolk.