The Future of Powersports Going Green

Is the motorcycle of the future going to be like a Prius? Not likely but E-motorcycles are here and they're not as bad as you might think. We're showing you some of the most popular models to give your own opinion. [More]

Motorcycle History: Kawasaki Motors and Kawasaki Heavy Industries

We know Kawasaki as one of the “Big Four” Japanese manufacturers in the motorcycle world, best known for it’s powerful motorcycles and signature lime green color. But building motorcycles is far from all Kawasaki does – learn more about the industrial giant’s nearly 140-year long history which includes building cargo ships, aircraft, locomotives, and even spacecraft! [More]

2018 Adelanto Grand Prix

The opening round of the Big 6 Grand Prix series was held in the sleepy High Desert community of Adelanto, California. Adelanto's town motto is -”The City with Unlimited Possibilities”. One of those possibilities is this particular event, which had a long list of attendee's and participants (over 2000 riders this year alone). [More]

Why We Ride

It seems like a simple enough question. Why do we ride motorcycles? For many of us the concept is so ingrained that is hard to put into words. It is life, it is freedom, it is the open road. I believe it’s something that we as motorcyclists share in common. I also believe it is something that each of us long to share with others. Yet for some reason the world is not getting the message. [More]

The Next Generation of Three-Wheelers Is Coming

Three wheelers have been around as long as motorcycles have, but have always been an oddball niche in the riding world. But with reverse trikes like the Can-Am Spyder and Polaris Slingshot enjoying so much market success, OEMs are now developing the next generation of three-wheelers that lean just like motorcycles do - and they are a lot more exciting than we anticipated! [More]

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]

Race Around the Lake

You've got to figure that any race, around any lake, is going to be fun. How much fun? Well, no less than moto-industry icon Travis Pastrana has labeled it as, “One of the funnest races I've done”. That's some endorsement coming from a rider of Travis Pastrana's varied interests and talents. Is he full of it? Let's take a look for ourselves. [More]

Keanu Reeves' Arch Motorcycles Steps Its Game Up For 2018

Keanu Reeves is an oddity among celebrities, well-known for not only for his extreme level of humility and generosity - but also for a fanatical love of motorcycles. The passionate rider co-created Arch Motorcycles in 2007, but is finally taking it to the next level, with 3 impressive new models revealed on the world stage at this year's EICMA. [More]

The Dunlop Dynasty: Road Racing’s Most Famous Family

The Dunlop name is familiar to any fan of road racing and Isle of Man TT in particular, and not because of tires – the Dunlops are a championship racing family from Ireland that has been winning races for nearly 50 years. From legendary racer Joey Dunlop, to his talented and fiery nephew Michael, we introduce you to a true road racing dynasty – and the glory and tragedy that is a part of it. [More]
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