I’m not a cruiser-hater. I had a Springer Softail, and it was magnificent. I felt like a bastard son of Zeus on that bike, like Henry V on Crispin’s Day. It was truly a gorgeous machine – it looked like … Continued
Credits: MotoGeo Max Biaggi is one of the world’s greatest motorcycle racers – he won the 250cc World Championship four times and the World Superbike Championship in 2010 – and he retired last year. He’s had a 20 year long … Continued
Held each February in frigid Indianapolis, the Dealer Expo is the place for motorcycle businesses to connect with other motorcycle businesses. “Excuse me sir, I think your dealership is the right home for our chain lube.” This year, we snuck … Continued
Here’s the latest bike from everyone’s favorite fine artist masquerading as a custom paint shop. Based on a 1959 Norton Dominator, Death Spray Custom applied a polka dot and ribbon paint job that isn’t exactly…common on a classic bike.
Held every year in Tuscany since 2003, Hell’s Gate is largely responsible for creating the “Hard Enduro” style of racing. In it, participants tackle obstacles like waterfalls, boulders and hills so steep, they can’t possibly get their bikes up them … Continued
2013′s KTM RC250GP is a mostly-new competitor for the itself-new Moto3 class. 250cc, single-cylinder four-stroke housed in a jewel-like steel trellis chassis. Right now, the KTM Ajo Factory Team is doing pre-season testing, first in Almeria, then in Valencia. “Already … Continued
Craig Vetter is the industrial designer behind the legendary Windjammer motorcycle fairing and Hippo Hands cold weather handlebar covers. He is also the designer of the famous Vetter Mystery Ship, the Triumph Hurricane and the Alcan Fairing. In his early … Continued