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Modern motorcycles are incredibly reliable, but they still require you to check a few things in order to keep them running at full potential. The engine oil is one of those items you should never neglect. After all, you don’t
If you’re a motorcyclist, odds are that you aren’t one of those car drivers that squats in the left lane plodding along exactly at the speed limit while everyone else stacks up behind you with their blood pressure nearing the bursting point. Then again, maybe you are one of those mouth-breathers who believes it is their God-given right to drive in whatever lane they
A firestorm erupted last March when a video surfaced that showed a Texas police officer pepper spraying a group of motorcyclists riding past his patrol car. Motorcyclists who watched the video (now with more than three million views) were angered at the apparent assault on riders. The cop, William Figueroa, claimed he needed to spray the riders because they wouldn’t vacate the lane
If you own a motorcycle, you are a target for motorcycle theft—and it doesn't matter how fancy or filthy it is. Obviously, big-buck cruisers like Harley-Davidsons and tricked-out $15,000 sportbikes are tasty treats for thieves, but vehicle theft is sometimes a crime of opportunity, so here's five ways to keep your bike safe, no matter what it is.
Motorcycle thieves, although usually not great at career planning, are very clever, practiced and good at
Motorcycle.Com has released a four way urban sport cruiser showdown between the Harley-Davidson Roadster, Indian Scout, Moto Guzzi Bobber, and the Victory Octane.
Although subjective, the Roadster is the winner when it comes to looks. To decide which one won the Cool Factor category of the Scorecard, the four bikes were judged on their appearances, desirability, and poser value. If this is the basis on which you choose your next bike, than the Roadster is the one for you with its sporty and brawny looks.
As for and torque, the Roadster seems to have an advantage and even though it weighs 567 pounds (wet) the bike is still able to deliver 7.7 pounds per pound-foot of torque. Coming in second are the Octane and Scout with the Bobber lagging behind. But, this... [Read More]
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.