To Save Motorcycling, We Need To Ride More…And Take New Riders With Us

Motorcycling is dying in the U.S. – as older riders rapidly age out of the sport, far fewer ones are taking their place, making motorcyclists an endangered species in America. An industry think tank organized by former Indian Motorcycles executive Robert Pandya recently gathered to find out why this is happening, and what we can do about it. The verdict? If motorcycling can be saved in the U.S., we will all have a part in doing it. [More]

Was Skully a Sham? Whistle-blowing Ex-Employee Says It Was

Earlier this month, high-tech helmet maker Skully announced that it was going under after leaving millions of dollars of orders still unfulfilled. But a week later, a former accountant at Skully came out saying the real story was that the founders sunk the company, spending extravagantly on corporate entitlements paid for by crowdfunding, then just walking away when the money dried up. Was Skully a victim of genuine business challenges, or a get-rich-quick scheme hidden behind a cool-sounding gadget? [More]

High-Tech Helmet Company Skully Closes Doors After Ousting Founder

Skully, the company that ambitiously tried to create the most technologically advanced motorcycle helmet ever made, closed it's doors without announcement this week - after spending millions of dollars of investment capital, delaying product deliveries for over a year, and firing the company's founder. What caused Skully's fall from being the most successful crowd-funding campaign ever to complete collapse? [More]
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