Last week I introduced you to Legends Motorcycles, the Utah based museum/gallery/workshop to let you know about its fabulous exhibition of motorcycle art. But Legends Motorcycles is also dedicated to helping serious riders create custom vintage bikes they can be proud of by making handcrafted vintage parts available to anyone who wants to turn their […]
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Aa car driver changes its lane of travel (turn signal is on only when maneuver starts). At full speed, a motorcyclist hits the car from behind, his body being thrown in the air, flipping above the car for a perfect landing on the roof. Shot in Russia, a country with great reputation for gymnastics. Maybe […]
Complaints from the traditionalists are melting away. The Harley-Davidson Livewire electric bike concept may be produced sooner than you think, of course with some needed improvements regarding range now limited to 50 miles and maximum speed currently 92 mph. A presentation of the H-D electric bike followed by Jay Leno taking it for a ride […]
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At Gravesend Cycles, Michael Cole, dubbed “Copper Mike” by his industry peers (you guessed why), challenges himself every day to conceive bikes and parts fusionning vintage design and contemporary functions. On the very practical side, he just created these Hideaway pegs. In 2 minutes, a video presentation and installation demonstration. Pegs not listed yet on […]
In Indian, motorcycles are not transported in trailers but most often on top of buses. How Indians do load their motorcycles (usually of the light weight category, but for sure above 100 lbs)? Putting on a head pillow, climbing a ladder with the bike on their noggin. A demonstration …
“Why I ride” (no relation with the recent documentary “Why We Ride” is a new online video series featuring bikers from across the country explaining their thrill for riding. In this segment, a young woman named Leslie Padoll from Brooklyn, NY, despite gender stereotypes and other social challenges, has found solace in riding her motorcycle. With […]
With the slogan “Ignite Your Senses”, Polaris is about to launch The Slingshot on July 27th. The company states that “The Slingshot connects both driver and passenger to the sights, sounds, and smells of the open road. It will make you feel the rush of pavement under your seat and in your chest.” Via 2 teaser […]
Shot in & around Ventura, California these brothers split their spare time between riding motorcycles and surfing waves. A culture where man builds with his own hands and the only thing that counts is living in the moment. It is produced to promote a website and brand called Desillusion paying tribute to today’s youth.
In New York City, an introduction to the LiveWire electric motorcycle project by Matt Levatich, President & Chief Operating Officer of Harley-Davidson Motor Company
A1 Cycles, an independent custom shop in West Palm Palm Beach challenged itself to be able to turn in 8 hours a really ugly (I saw it…) 1989 FXR into a Club style bike. The guys at the shop ride FXR’s and just wanted to prove themselves they could do it. To be truthful, it […]
Why We Ride, the number 1 motorcycle movie in America today, was in competition at the 5th Annual New Media Film Festival in Los Angeles, held June 10-11. Director/Producer Bryan H. Carroll, writer Chris Hampel, and one of the film’s stars Alonzo Bodden attended and participated in a Q&A following a special screening of the […]
Thanks to your feedback, in just a couple of days, Harley-Davidson electric motorcycle sound has been improved. At least in this video…
Don’t miss the conclusion of the S&S Proven Performance® video series. In this third and final episode, S&S Cycle main man is running out of time in his quest to Break Free from the repression of the “Stock Corps”. We witness his unwavering resolve to improve the performance of his motorcycle despite the eminent threat […]
Not yet for sale, Harley-Davidson invites consumers to ride, react and shape the future of this new electric motorcycle. See it, hear it, feel it. H-D Invites is bringing innovation to the street and is inviting everybody to ride and tell them what you think. A 2014 U.S. tour – kicking off with a journey […]
A Harley-Davidson teaser video to build anticipation before tomorrow’s announcement. Their latest innovation on Route 66? What did you see? What did you hear? The big reveal is tomorrow morning June 19. What do you think it can be? Tell me your guess in “comments”
Yes, it looks very easy when built on an assembly line. Much less when you have to do it using shop tools and your bare hands…
Tonight. Velocity’s “What’s In The Barn” Lends A Hand To The Home Depot Foundation and Wounded Warrior ProjectPublished by Cyril Huze June 17th, 2014 in Builders and Videos.
On Velocity’s “What’s In The Barn” episode premiering tonight June 17 at 10 PM ET/PT, host Dale Walksler goes on the hunt for a WWII military bike to help raise funds and awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project in conjunction with The Home Depot Foundation. Dale’s search takes him on a 1,400 mile roundtrip journey […]
Electric motorcycles have come a very long way and are now taken very seriously even by the most traditionalist bikers. On the famous and arduous Isle Of Man TT course, Zero winner John Mc Guinness set a new lap record for electric motorcycles, with a time falling under 20 minutes (19’ 17.30) very close to […]