Radio Control Motorcycle Links!
- Kyosho's motorcycles, from the official Kyosho site.
- John Dring from the UK has started a very nice Kyosho 1/8 r/c bike fansite: http://www.dringeruk.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/kyosho.htm
- A very thorough and well-detailed rc bike site: www.rcbike.com
- Kyosho, TT, NF and even Tyco! http://www.rc-motorradshop.de/
- Formby models. They don't seem to currently have the Kyosho bikes, though they do stock NF. However, they DO have my NSR HOR photo on their first R/C bike page! Nicely done guys, indeed!
- Paul Tidd's page, from the UK is having a little bit of Kyosho's 1/8 bikes! Check the very nice gallery, with quite a lot of racing action pics.
- GPM Racing makes some good aftermarket things for the bikes.
- Dinball R/C mart has everything for the Kyosho bikes: Kits, hop-ups, even the TT bike. http://www.rcmart.com/
- Crazynut Racing has a LOT of accessories for the bikes... Mostly for the NF and TT big bikes. Worth a thorough look: http://www.crazynutracing.com
- Model Moto Performance: A very well detailed site with very good advise on bikes, in theory and practise too! http://www.mmperformance.net/
- The Finnish company Pumilio makes an extraordinary nitro 1/5 bike worth taking a long hard look: http://www.pumilio.fi. Lets just say it's got hub steering and is shaft driven!
- Team Benwell of UK. One of the most thorough sites concerned with 1/5 bikes, both nitro and electric. A must to read.
- John Veal from England has set up a very nice and detailed site about Nitro 1/5 R/C bikes: www.nitrobike.co.uk
- BRMC from England: http://www.rcbikes.org.uk/
- http://home.comcast.net/~chuckstunter1/ Chuckstunter's Kyosho 1/8 R/C Bike complete with LIGHTS! You HAVE to see this!
- http://home.comcast.net/~drillah/ A very good site with a LOT of TT videos!
- Shaun from Australia has got a lot of REALLY interesting bikes, plus quite a lot of WHEELIE Videos!
- The RCMCC, the Radio Control Motorcycle Club of California has made me an honorary member! Thanks Guys!
- Brazimoto is a site under construction right now, but looks to be promising indeed! (August 1, 2004).
- Lorenzo's MiniGP site! A new and well organized r/c bike site from San Diego, CA! (Updated March 6, 2005)
- http://rcmcc.tripod.com/ RCMCC from California. One of the best R/C bike sites around. Very detailed tech info.
- A new and promising R/C Bike site at: http://rcbike.tripod.com. Fan site located at upstate NY.
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Last (and long overdue) update: March 6, 2005