When I was 10 years old, all of my friends wanted to play for the New York Yankees. Not me. I wanted to be a Hells Angel.
GERMANTOWN, Wis., Feb. 26, 2016 /CNW/ -- J.W. Speaker Corporation has launched the world's first dynamically "adaptive" motorcycle headlight for the aftermarket, the Model 8790 adaptive low beam LED headlight. This PAR56 (7" round) LED headlight addresses a longstanding shortcoming with motorcycle lighting at night, that is good visibility while cornering, by filling in the void of light to the left or right of the motorcycle.
Effective today, Motorcycle USA, with offices in Medford, Oregon and Irvine, California is beginning the process of winding down operations for the digital publication.
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- JC BroMac Corporation and EagleRider, Inc. dba EagleRider, the leading global motorcycle experience company, announced a partnership with Main Post Partners, a San Francisco-based private equity firm with deep experience investing in growth companies in the consumer sector.
New leadership is coming to the augmented reality startup Skully whose strikingly cool $1,499 AR-1 motorcycle helmet is continuing to ship to early backers.
Michelin has been chosen as the exclusive tire supplier to Arch Motorcycle Company‘s KRGT-1, the company’s first production motorcycle.
During its 41-year history in Lincoln, Kawasaki has seen its ups and downs.
Shell Lubricants has launched Shell Advance Ultra 15W-50 for motorcycles with engine capacity between 300cc to 450cc. It features Shell’s patented PurePlus technology that converts natural gas into a crystal-clear base oil and claims to keep the motorcycle better lubricated with no power loss over time.
Motorcycling is a considerable investment. From the bike, to the gear to the time, it becomes a bit of a lifestyle choice. Leasing is a great option for someone that might want to give it a shot and see where they stand in a few months, without the stress of being stuck with a garage full of toys that never get used or even better, trade up at your leisure.
Interviews with high-ranking executives in the motorcycle industry follow a very well-trodden, understood and agreed path. First, the journalist is given a time slot. Five minutes is not unknown – but ten minutes is more common – if you are lucky.