Better Riding: Out touring
Long distances on our highways are very different from the traffic you face everyday. Be prepared to be safe
The biggest change when you hit the open road on your motorcycle isn’t actually physical, it’s mental. Most of us who commute daily are used to concentrating for short bursts of time. An hour or two of traffic poses no issues. But if you’re planning a six hour riding day, you’re committing to that same level of concentration for thrice as long. If you’re not ready for that, plan for shorter riding days. Concentration, and your ability to maintain it, should also determine your pace. No superbike rider hits the highway and cruises at...
Following a breakthrough in talks with Cricket Australia, the England and Wales Cricket Board on Friday said they had given "conditional approval" for the tour to go ahead.
Masters champion Matsuyama will be the focus of intense home interest, while for the American Schauffele — whose family has ties to Japan — it will be a return to the country where he won Olympic gold in August.
Denmark Open also restarts the BWF World Tour following a suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic.