Holy motorcycles! The very same Batpod bike seen in the blockbuster Batman movies can be your ride to the next bike night or rally. What could be considered as the ultimate ride is roaring onto the auction block with bids starting on September 14th.
A much-awaited report about traffic fatalities has been released with final numbers breaking a 5-decade declining trend. The bad news for bikers, motorcycles are leading the deadly increases.
Since breaking onto the custom motorcycle scene as a noted bike builder in 2004, Roland Sands has put his unique brand on a range of rides, apparel and accessories. This Sands seal of approval will now appear on a line of oil and lubricants.
If motorcycle enthusiasts feel the hairs rising on the back of their biker necks, it could have something to do with two-wheeled history being made. Essentially, it’s a case of legends creating legends.
According to the motorcycle advocacy group, American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), there are two important dates to write down in that biker calendar.
Riding through whatever is thrown at them along the way is one of the common strengths among motorcycle enthusiasts. British Custom shines a light on this quality, dramatically shown by Taiwanese custom bike builder Queen Houng.
The deadlier side of riding and the hazards of cutting-edge technology is playing out in the Texas courts as Yamaha’s FZ-09 rides center stage.
After spending years convincing the motorcycle world the only way to ride is on three wheels with its Can-Am Spyder, Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) is considering the two-wheeled segment.
Setting world records is never an easy matter, but Triumph feels it’s coming to the end of a long ride in its goal of setting a land speed record.
Opening up the legal world of lane-splitting, California has effectively opened the road to motorcyclists in a landmark law that could be seen in other States.