Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Motorcycle riding in China | China Tierra de Aventura

Live the best adventures. Motorcycle riding in China

Turismo en moto por China: Monte Everest

Official travel partner BMW Motorrad.

China Land of Adventure has the latest model BMW motorcycles, located in the best starting point to reach all corners of China and Tibet. Driver’s licenses, vehicle licenses and Chinese bilingual guides, support vehicles, housing, food, fuel…everything, so that you just concentrate in enjoying your BMW in the most extreme and adventurous landscapes of Asia. Be the first one to discover a fascinating country, hitherto closed to westerners on a motorbike.

Magical-sounding evocative names

Legendary Taklamakan Desert (translated from the Uighur, if you enter will not get, Tibet, Mount Kailash, the Sacred Mountain; Lhasa and the Potala, Qinghai Lake, Kashgar and the Silk Road, Khunjerab Pass (at 4,780 m [15,774 ft] altitude) at the Pakistan border, the base camp of Everest Base Camp (5,200 m [17,160 ft] high) and the highest mountains on Earth, including the Shisha Pangma (8,020 m [26,466 ft]), Makalu (8,463 m [27,928 ft]) Mount Everest (8,848 m [29,198 ft]) and Lhotse (8,510 m [28,083 ft]), among others, and the monastery of Rongbuk, among many others…all evocative places in China, within reach with comfort and security on magnificent BMW GS’s motorcycles.

Here are some of our routes from China
• The Best of Tibet
• Silk Road
• Road to Shangri-La

Gustavo Cuervo discovers to you the most stunning roads in China

Gustavo Cuervo, renowned adventurer, journalist and above all, a true biker, guides you through the amazing roads and highways of China. The Gobi and Taklamakan deserts with their huge sand dunes, the deep forests of Yunnan. Ride the world’s highest tracks in Tibet, which give you the chance to spot the highest Himalayan peaks, traveling with your bike and living the adventure of your life.

You can learn more about Gustavo Cuervo in his en su web.

Live the best adventures. Motorcycle riding in China | China Tierra de Aventura

Maxime Berger–One Wheel Racing


Maxime Berger pierde la rueda trasera en Donington Park

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Ana Carrasco–Looking for Sponsors.

YouTube - Ana Carrasco.

Queremos que este año compita en el CEV por su gran capacidad y los años que lleva en una moto. Le hemos formado un box con mecánicos muy importantes en este mundo, pero nos falta un poco de presupuesto ya que los sponsor aluden su falta de colaboración a la crisis. Os pedimos si podéis una mínima ayuda para que esta niña de 14 años nos deleite con su manera de pilotar. Con solamente 2 € por persona podemos llegar a ese objetivo. Este es el numero de C/C para quien quiera formar parte de la carrera esta pequeña-gran promesa: 0093 1464 09 0060012392. Titular : Miguel Ángel Ortega Cano, y si quereis mas info su telf es: 673794045.

En MM&V colaboramos, y tú?  Gracias por todo el apoyo que dais a este fantástico deporte.

We would like to compete in this years Campeonato de Espana de Velocidad. We have got together a support team of world class mechanics, but we need a bit more sponsorship because of the withdrawal of a sponsor due to the economic crisis. We ask if you can give a small amount of help to Ana who, at 14 years old, is a delight to watch and very skilful motorcycle racer. With only 2€ per person we can reach that goal. This is the number of the bank account for those wishing to join the race alongside this young girl with a great future: 0093 1464 09 0060012392. In the name of: Miguel Angel Ortega Cano.  For more information call 0034 673794045.

MM & V support Ana – will you?  Thanks for all the support you give to this sport.


Monday, March 21, 2011

Stoner y Pedrosa arrancan el Mundial en el podio

El piloto australiano ha conseguido un fantástico triunfo en su debut con el Repsol Honda Team y ha sido acompañado por Pedrosa en el podio, al acabar el español en tercera posición el GP de Catar. Andrea Dovizioso ha conseguido un meritorio cuarto puesto después de un apasionante duelo con Simoncelli.




Lorenzo: “Este segundo puesto me sabe mejor que muchas victorias”

Jorge Lorenzo estaba exultante tras la carrera inaugural de la temporada, en la que ha logrado un va...


Sunday, March 20, 2011

2011 MotoGP Calendar

2011 MotoGP Calendar


motogp.com · Stoner steals victory in season opener


Stoner steals victory in season opener

Sunday, 20 March 2011

Casey Stoner (Repsol Honda) had a titanic tussle with his Repsol Honda team-mate Dani Pedrosa at the Commercialbank Grand Prix of Qatar in the first round of the 2011 MotoGP World Championship to snatch 25 points on his debut ride with Repsol Honda. Stoner finished 3.440 seconds ahead of second placed Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha Factory Racing).

Stoner steals victory in season opener

motogp.com · Stoner steals victory in season opener

MotoGP News - Honda Racing


Grand Prix of Qatar

Date : 20/03/2011
Weather : Dry
Temperature : Air 19°, Track 20°
Humidity : 31%

Casey Stoner keeps reigning in Qatar

The Repsol Honda Team rider achieves a crushing victory. Dani Pedrosa, third and Andrea Dovizioso, fourth, complete a successful weekend for the team in Losail.
Casey Stoner just took his first victory of the season in the first race of the 2011 World Championship. It is also his first win with the Repsol Honda Team colours. The Australian took the lead by mid-race after overtaking a fighting Dani Pedrosa, that had started very strongly.

MotoGP News - Honda Racing

BBC - Matt Roberts: Thoughts with Japan as season start looms


Thoughts with Japan as season start looms

Post categories: MotoGP

Matt Roberts | 17:04 UK time, Friday, 18 March 2011


You know you've got up too early when you realise midway through the morning that your underpants are on back to front and inside out.

The first leg of my journey to Qatar for the first round of the MotoGP season was uncomfortable but not unusual.

After 10 full seasons of covering the sport, I have yet to learn to prepare my suitcase any sooner than bedtime on the eve of departure, or get up any earlier than 10 minutes before the taxi is set to beep its horn, which, in this case, was 5am.

But one thing is significantly different for me this year. This time I will be anchoring the BBC's MotoGP coverage.

BBC - Matt Roberts: Thoughts with Japan as season start looms