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As the eventís name implies, this show, first launched in 1949, focuses on four-wheeled vehicles albeit not all technically qualifying as 'roadsters' which back in the day meant an open two-seater minus doors and even
It depends where the bike lives: Hot and cold climates are both harder on batteries than temperate climes, and bikes that get ridden regularly are easier on batteries than ones that sit for months Ė though a good battery tender with a float feature negates much of that. In fact, I was bragging about the
Iíve often felt that the real reason many motorcyclists donít winterize their motorcycles is that they keep holding off in hopes to squeeze in one more ride. Although the MO Towers are located in Southern California, many of us
Last week the MOcrew made its annual pilgrimage to the Long Beach round of the Progressive International Motorcycle Show, where it was my first chance to see many of these bikes Iíd been reading and writing about in person. The Long Beach show is a special one, as itís centered in the heart of the U.S. moto industry, making it one of the rare times we get to see all of
Some things, like love and substance abuse, everybody has to learn for themselves, the hard way. The wise man says, 'the only thing we learn from history is that we learn nothing from history,' but if youíre smart you can save yourself a little pain by listening to the wisdom of the ancients. Here are 10 of my pearls.
The fourth round of the AMA Supercross series at AT&T Park in San Francisco took on a new tone the day before the race. That was when we found out 2009 champion James Stewart was out with a broken hand.
Icon's plan for its new for fall '09 "Operator" line of motorcycle gear was simple; take its Alliance SSR helmet, Hooligan jacket and Sub gloves and add a variant of the military's new Universal Camouflage Pattern.
It's been a couple of years since we first experienced Ducati's delightfully devilish Hypermotard 1100S. After having ridden the revised 2010 EVO edition - with more power and less weight - Lucifer proves to be more insistent than ever.
With an air of confidence toward the future and pride in the company's past, representatives from Dainese introduced its 2010 gear collection, along with details of the almost-ready-for-primetime "D-Air" airbag suit.