From luxury yoga-retreats that fetch upwards of $200/night to $10/night bug-infested cabinas (little, side-of-the-road hotels frequented by locals); from 3-week old freshly paved twisty mountain roads to endless stretches of riding right on the beach; from sweltering tropical rain at … Continued
With RideApart, you can now research your next motorcycle purchase by comparing bikes side-by-side through in-depth specs. Here’s how that works.
Know what’s awesome? Motorcycles. Know what’s not awesome? Trying to research or shop for one online. RideApart wants to fix that. We want to have a conversation about bikes with today’s consumer in the same way we talk about gadgets … Continued
When BMW introduced its midsize sports tourer the F800ST in 2006 it immediately sparked a debate amongst owners and aficionados as to what exactly it was. Some felt there was too much emphasis on sport and too little on its … Continued
Normally I write about electric motorcycle racing over at gas2. But I decided to celebrate Earth Day this year by flying to Austin and covering MotoGP for Wes. After all, racing is all that really matters in this world.
10 days. 2,952 miles. 3 states. Countless climates and geographic regions. 1 motorcycle. With such a limited amount of space, packing for a trip like this can be quite difficult, especially if you plan to camp along the way. Add … Continued
The 2013 Honda CBR1000RR comes with the highest-quality, most-adjustable suspension of any Japanese sportsbike right now. A perfect basis, then, for a discussion on individual suspension set up with guru Andy Palmer.