Sunday, 16 October 2016 22:05

Pro Pad new Motorcycle Flags

flagDouble-sided and double-stitched to prevent fraying, Pro Pad's flags are made with a UV coated fabric for outdoor use.

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BMWWhen I was young and foolish, I often wondered about why someone would chose to spend all that effort in driving a motorcycle, when they also had the option to chose a car.

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1966 Harley-Davidson Electra GlideFans and supporters of the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame will get a look at the charity’s latest raffle bike this Oct. 13-16 at the American International Motorcycle Expo in Orlando, Fla.

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BMWWe’re in LA with BMW for what will be the company’s final stop during its Vision 100 presentations, and aside from looking to the future, BMW has a some more immediate vehicles to show off as well.

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Honda, Yamaha TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Honda Motor Co Ltd 7267.T and Yamaha Motor Co Ltd 7272.T on Wednesday said they were joining forces to develop scooters for the domestic market, burying the hatchet on a decades-old rivalry and consolidating production in response to a shrinking motorcycle market.

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2016 Honda Africa TwinSometimes it takes a bit of adversity – surprise bad weather or an unexpectedly long day in the saddle – for a motorcycle to show you its true nature.

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Wednesday, 21 September 2016 21:50

Triumph Motorcycles Land Speed Record Update

TriumphTriumph Motorcycles has confirmed that the current stage of its land speed record attempt has been postponed due to the course conditions at Bonneville.

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Monday, 19 September 2016 17:51

Motorcycle Cannonball Update

CannonballJust in case you’re wondering, the Motorcycle Cannonball (a cross-continental rally ride on 100-year-old bikes) is now on Stage Eight, and a Canadian is in the running to finish first, sort of.

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Rebecca SinyiRiding two-up and top-heavy on the spectacular Cabot Trail near Ingonish, N.S., I wasn’t looking forward to a section with steep ascents and hairpin turns. It didn’t help when my rusty riding skills put me into a 180-degree bend two gears too tall, fighting an embankment as steep as the side of a saucer.

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The record attempt was organised by Staffordshire TriumphTriumph motorcycle riders think they have almost doubled the world record for the largest ever parade of the iconic motorbikes.

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