Recently, there have been comments that HFL is changing, and that’s true. Such is the life of a small, growing online company. Some of you have also noticed the subscriber-based pay wall has actually been non-functional for some time now. … Continued
Veteran British motorcycle journalist Kevin Ash recently published an op-ed in which he criticized the mainstream manufacturers for wasting energy and money on motorcycle racing. His line of reasoning went that in these economically depressed times where even the mighty … Continued
“Nice comments from Sean on the new Ninja 250,” writes European motorcycle journalist Joost Overzee. “This huge Ninja thing on HFL reminded me of a video a friend et moi made three years ago for Kawasaki Europe. Well, it’s mostly … Continued
The first shot of this official Isle of Man TT recap tells you everything you need to know: Trees line a pastoral field, blowing gently in the wind. In the foreground lies a narrow ribbon of asphalt, bordered by a … Continued
Back in February, the Willow Springs Motorcycle Club shut its doors, ending a long history of club racing at the SoCal track. On August 12th, racing will return and will include a run-what-you-brung class specifically targeted at enabling street riders … Continued
It’s time for the motorcycle industry to have a serious think about its priorities, because they’re looking bizarrely skewed right now. The classic mantra tells us that winning on Sunday sells on Monday, but is this really true, or indeed … Continued
The first product of a new bike manufacturer from Indiana, this Janus Halcyon was designed to look like a record-breaker from the 1920s or 30s, but powered by a 50cc two-stroke, is light and legally accessible to first time riders.