YamahaYamaha is bringing a radically-designed electric motorcycle to this year’s Tokyo Motor Show.

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Saturday, 30 September 2017 10:30

Can a Cruiser Go Electric? Tacita Thinks So

Tacita When most people think of cruisers, they think of motorcycles that are long, low, and loud—most likely a Harley-Davidson with its distinctive V-twin rumble.

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news feeds icon 150Motorcycle rear suspension is different from automobile suspension in one important respect: When an automobile accelerates, it squats in the back because weight is being transferred from the front to the rear as a result of the tires pushing the vehicle forward at ground level while the mass of the vehicle is above it.

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Monday, 04 September 2017 14:41

Review: Sena 20S Communications System

gearYears ago, my buddy Dave and I bought a pair of Nady helmet intercoms so we could talk to each other while riding.

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D-Air Intelligent Airbag SystemThe progression of sport is often bolstered by the development of safety equipment.

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EnergicaEnergica is a small Italian firm that makes outstanding electric motorcycles.

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Thursday, 03 August 2017 08:02

Company Claims First 3D-Printed Motorcycle

3D-Printed MotorcycleAPWorks, a subsidiary of Airbus, says it has produced the first 3D-printed motorcycle chassis from aluminum powder.

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Saturday, 29 July 2017 20:28

How to Future-Proof the Modern Motorcycle

motorcycleTransportation isn't a simple gas up and go, point A to point B equation anymore. Now cars drive themselves, travel for hundreds of miles without gas, and soon won't have a steering wheel at all.

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Barrett Nash (right) and Peter Kariuki (left) In Rwanda, Canadian expat Barrett Nash says you don’t need a morning coffee if you take a taxi to work.

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DroneSeveral police departments in England have been using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to track motorcyclists riding recklessly for quite some time, and now it seems that the town of South Shields is ready to join the departments of Dorset, Cornwall, and Devon in using the airborne tool to catch criminals.

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