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An electric flat tracker rises from the ashes of Alta

Elegant is not often a word used to describe electric bikes, but this pared-down tracker is both petite and beautiful. It’s from a new shop called Blatant Moto, based in the Dogpatch area of San Francisco—and the builders obviously know what they are doing. “We’re three ex-Alta employees,” says designer and co-founder John McInnis. “The same group that put together the Crapshoot, an Alta-powered drag bike.” That explains the pro level of thinking and finishing on this build, nicknamed ‘The…

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Why Erik Buell’s New Fuell Flow Electric Motorcycle Will Win the Electric Motorcycle Game

There aren’t a lot of rockstar names or standout personas in the motorcycle industry, but Erik Buell is one of them. Responsible for giving the Harley-Davidson “a performance image“, founding his own brand (twice), and an accomplished racing career, the name Buell will forever go down in motorcycle history. And now the sixty-nine year old is up to something new and totally different. His new company creates electric motorcycles and bicycles and is called Fuell. If the pun mixed in…

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We have undergone a complete Biker Law Blog remodel.

As you can tell the Biker Law Blog has undergone a complete remodel and face lift. When I began blogging over 12 years ago and 2006, I never expected to be blogging 12 years later. Back then, a Law blog was known as a Blawg, now the term blog is synonymous with all types of blogs including law blogs. Many attorneys and legal organizations began writing about all types of legal topics. Many of the original bloggers are no longer…

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Psst… wanna see some old bike porn?

If you’re like me, you screenshot old bike photos you dig up on the interweb and save them to your desktop. To be honest I’m still not sure why I do it; they’re not high enough resolution to print out and they just sit in a folder on my laptop sucking up memory. So I was glad to get the nod about a great collection of old motorcycle photos on Instagram; after all these years I thought I’d seen most…

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Shoei’s PFS Helps Ensure Helmets Actually Fit – The Motorcycle Obsession

I wear my Shoei Neotec II helmet every day, clocking up at least 200 miles a week in all weather conditions. I’ve travelled big distances wearing the lid and have even worn it on the track. With more than a year of ownership and I don’t know how many thousands of miles under its belt, the helmet is still in great condition, still comfortable, and still looks good (or, well, as good as a modular helmet can); I find I…

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2019 Hangtown Motocross Classic Analysis – Motocross Article

We’re once again firing off questions at long-time pro Jason Thomas for some opinions on the opener.  It wasn’t hot or super rough at the opener, but Ken Roczen was great. Did he answer any questions about his physical condition? I don’t know if he really answered the questions about his physical ailments but he certainly served notice that his speed of yesteryear is back. Last year’s Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship was a work in progress as he…

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Yamaha’s 689cc CP2 Parallel Twin—One Engine, Many Roles

A new kind of twin-cylinder motorcycle engine has emerged from the ocean of choice. Exemplified by the Yamaha MT-07, Kawasaki Ninja 650, and KTM 790, it is a tall but otherwise very compact liquid-cooled parallel twin with a balancer to neutralize vibration, a vertically stacked gearbox to make it very short front to back, and a power section inspired by 35 years of sportbike engine development. These engines cut costs by being light and having low parts counts. V-twins have…

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Stumblin’ Upon Some Backroad Petroliana – Fuzzygalore.com – Girlie Motorcycle Blog

In October of 2018, I spent some time bumming around on the Bonneville. My meandering route took me down through Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Kentucky before I started making my way back east to New York through West Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania. Not having a set route or a plan is my usual road trip vibe. I leave home with a general sense of where I want to go or things I might want to visit. But, other than…

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2019 BMW S 1000 RR –

While cruising around Motorcycle Live at the NEC, Chris managed to grab Sepp Mächler, who is the 2019 BMW S 1000 RR project manager and knows his way around this all-new Bavarian beauty. In an exclusive chat where Chris claims he has a dog, the pair get down to business and dissect (nearly) every aspect of BMW’s new flagship weapon. It’s interesting/bizarre that BMW has neglected to declare certain technologies and features of the 2019 RR in the original press guff.…

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British Columbia Motorcycle Travel Log

What better way to spend 13 days off work than to tackle B.C.’s backcountry with your adventure bike and a fishing rod? Story & Photos by: Shaun Hellmich I leave central Vancouver Island mid-August on my 2013 KTM 990 Adventure Baja, heading south and over to British Columbia’s mainland. This kicks off a 13-day roundtrip adventure through the southwest coastal mountains, north up the Fraser Canyon, west through the Cariboo Chilcotin region to Bella Coola, and returning to northern Vancouver…

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Free Camping at Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument

Free camping is practically everywhere at Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, as long as you don’t camp at the trailheads and the few paid campgrounds in the area. For one, Grand Staircase is run by the BLM, and the BLM generally has very relaxed rules on camping and RV boondocking. But moreover, Grand Staircase is huge, and covers a lot of land in Southern Utah, with hundreds of dirt roads criss-crossing the area. Sash & I found a pretty good…

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Replicate or Innovate? | coolcycledude.com

  I don’t know about you, but it really pisses me off when companies replicate instead of innovate. Case in point: I’m looking at two new Indian motorcycle bagger models. The Indian Chieftain Limited and the Indian Chieftain Elite. Both of these motorcycles look a lot like Harley Davidson’s Street Glide. The motorcycle bagger market is the “cash cow” for HD. Road Glides and Street Glides are leaving HD’s factories like bullets out of AR-15 in full auto! Sorry about…

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Best all weather motorcycle gloves?

Unlike motorcycle jackets and pants, motorcycle gloves really don’t have all weather capabilities. That’s why MotoCAP, the world’s first service that rates protective motorcycle gear for safety and comfort, does not provide ratings for glove comfort. They say there is not enough material in a glove to obtain a sample for the thermal comfort measure. While gloves can have extra layers of insulation for winter and perforations and even small vents in the knuckles for cooling in summer, they can’t…

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2019 BMW R1250GS Adventure First Ride Review

BMW’s R1200GS has been one of the brand’s most successful models, ever. It advanced the popularity of the modern large-bore adventure motorcycle segment and helped develop a devout following throughout the world. This year, BMW returned the favor by making this marquee mount even better in hopes of stomping the competition in this always red-hot class. Related: BMW Showcases Autonomous R1200GS At CES The new 2019 R1250GS is made to go anywhere and everywhere that your mind and heart could…

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Footpath parking ban a ‘conspiracy theory’

Claims that the Melbourne Council Draft Transport Plan will reduce motorcycle parking in the city is a conspiracy theory, says transport spokesman Cr Frances Gilley (above). However, he does admit they will restrict some footpath parking in the short term with a long-term option of removing all motorcycles from CBD footpaths. In the meantime, he says they will reduce street car parking and convert it to motorcycle spaces. “Motorcyclists won’t lose any spaces,” says the councillor who used to commute…

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Breathing in Spring on a Vespa Scooter

Stopped along a road near Linden Hall, Pennsylvania. Bathed in Wind and Light The scooter is the lightest it will be all year. The first rides after removing the winter protection from the scooter. The machine feels as if it’s floating over the road, nimbly dodging patches of gravel and pavement holes and cracks from a too harsh winter. And with it all goes a lightness of being that’s nearly beyond description. How do you tell someone of a smile…

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Indian Motorcycle of Orange, “F” Rating. The worst motorcycle dealership ever, do business there at your own risk.

I have ridden motorcycles over 40 years in my life. I have dealt with all types of dealerships from all manufacturers, this includes motorcycles, and cars. The absolute worst motorcycle dealership, or for that matter any dealership I have ever dealt with is Indian Motorcycle of Orange. I give them a “F” rating, and warn all my readers, and everyone, to do business there at your own risk. To understand what has happened click here to go to my first…

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Harley-Davidson Low Rider S – Bill Davidson’s Perspective on the Harley-Davidson Brand – Motorcycle Melee

Harley-Davidson Low Rider S – Bill Davidson’s Perspective on the Harley-Davidson Brand When you’re riding, nature is exaggerated. – Bill Davidson (great-grandson of Harley-Davidson co-founder) Bill Davidson – great-grandson of Harley-Davidson co-founder – talks about the uniqueness of the Harley-Davidson brand The folks over at Man of Many had a chance to ride the Harley-Davidson Low Rider S and chat with Bill Davidson about the Harley-Davidson brand. Feast your eyes on the Low Rider S in the video below and…

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Red, White & True Collection 2019 – Motocross | MTB News – Motocross Article

Fox Keeps Things Red, White & True for Summer 2019! Getting ready for summer means updating and vastly improving your warm-weather casual wardrobe. Enter the 2019 Red, White & True Collection from Fox Racing! There’s no way not to get excited about this new line of tees, hats and swimwear. It’s motocross summer wear like you won’t believe! And here at BTO Sports- we have it all. So let’s get started… Fox Racing is a constant source of tremendous men’s…

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Harley plans sub-500cc motorcycle

Harley-Davidson plans to produce a sub-500cc motorcycle for the Asian market in collaboration with a local manufacturer within the next year. It wouldn’t be the smallest motorcycle they’ve ever made. That would be the 1970s 90cc monkey bike pictured above. The sub-500cc bike plan is included in the company’s ‘More Roads’ initiative, a strategic long-term plan, says Harley head honcho Matt Levatich. “More Roads progress in Q1 included steps towards a partnership for a premium small displacement offering in Asia, to expand…

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2019 Yamaha Tracer 900 GT

Our fully accessorized 2019 Yamaha Tracer 900 GT. MSRP $15,087 (as tested) Mileage: 7,280 Last September I participated in the Three Flags Classic, an endurance ride from Mexico to Canada totaling more than 5,000 miles (read about it here), and had my pick of motorcycles on which to do it. I needed something comfortable, of course, but also wanted some cornering clearance for when things got twisty, plenty of luggage space and an athletic, upright riding position in case we…

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MotoLady + Stories of Bike FASTER (video) – Moto Lady

 The Stories of Bike Season 3 premiere featuring MotoLady founder Alicia Elfving, and Ducati Monster Project “Pandora”! A few years ago Silodrome editor Ben Branch introduced me to Stories of Bike; a collection of short films by Australian Cam Elkins. I featured episode 10, Dream (A ’12 Suzuki TU250x Story) in August of 2014, starring Jodie, a woman who followed her heart into building a classy little cafe racer. Then in October, I shared another episode called Sister featuring best…

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Prepping for Spring – Handsome Chaps MotorCycle

It is that time of year where the motorcycle is sitting in the garage, buried beneath a cover, protecting it from all that dust and other gunk that wants to wreak havoc on your motorcycle. Last year my moto went to storage.   In my opinion , this is probably the equivalent of a nice hotel, where my own garage is more along the lines of a cheap hostel.  The hostels that I have been to are marginally heated, usually damp…

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