Kawasaki is the latest manufacturer to indicate they will add radar systems to their bikes to detect imminent collisions and either warn riders or intervene with automatic braking. The Japanese manufacturer has filed patents for their system which uses front and rear radars and controls the brakes and throttle. Kawasaki’s patent drawings of what looks […]
How Maduro’s motorcycle shock troops helped head off Guaido’s takeover attempt National Post Soldiers and police were joined in recent violence by the ‘colectivos’: motorcycle-riding Maduro loyalists given free reign to protect the government.
News The hardest-working man on two wheels Travis Pastrana’s helped lift action sports to their lofty place through a combination of a love of motorcycles and a lifetime of bone-breaking labor.
Written by Martin Hodgson Two of our favourite surprises of 2018 was the release of the Royal Enfield Twins and the emergence of South East Asia as a hotbed of custom bike craftsmanship. So it comes as no surprise to us here at Pipeburn HQ that the two have been combined to produce this stunning […]
This is NOT just another cheap motorcycle cover. It’s the real deal. Designed by real American bikers to compete with covers costing as much as twice the price (or even more), this cover uses top grade materials & workmanship. Easy to put on & take off & will protect your motorcycle in style and provide […]
Today we ask ourselves: with 168hp and 163 lbs•ft of torque, why is the Triumph Rocket 3 TFC the most powerful Triumph ever made by Hinckley? The post This Is The Most Powerful Production Triumph Motorcycle Ever appeared first on Asphalt & Rubber.
Photojournalist Luke Swab has always had an adventurous side. And most the time, his adventures are epic successes. But when he decided to take a solo ride through Mexico with plans of camping along the way in 2009, things went a little bit awry. On the first day of the trip, he chose a beautiful […]
Carlin Dunne and the Ducati Pikes Peak team have been caught testing a pair of naked Ducati Panigale V4 R superbikes. The post Ducati Preparing a Naked Ducati Panigale V4 R for Pikes Peak appeared first on Asphalt & Rubber.
Tour Nick Trask breaks down the Breakout Trask Performance runs a pro-street-style Breakout Softail all over the 2018 Geico Hot Bike Tour.
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There’s a clean, sharp vibe to the bikes that come out of Renard Speed Shop. Estonia’s finest custom builders don’t have a fixed signature style, but the machines from the Tallinn workshop are always beautifully finished and pack a strong visual punch. This brightly colored K75 RT is Renard’s 26th creation, and it’s probably their […]
Be still our beating hearts: the 2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC is a drastic departure from the previous Rocket 3. Images courtesy Triumph. Since its launch in 2004, Triumph’s Rocket 3 has boasted a lot of “mosts”: most torque, most muscle, most…well…for lack of a better word, presence. With its signature three exhaust header pipes […]
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Unless you’re one of the lucky few who spend their lives traveling the world on two wheels, chances are you’re spending time in the office, on the job site, or otherwise too busy with daily life to get out for an adventure all that often. In KLIM’s new video series, KLIMLife, viewers are able to […]
Videos We commute on Triumph’s impossibly capable new scrambler The Triumph Scrambler XE boasts some of today’s best adventure-riding tech and classic lines. But how does it hold up to the MC Commute? Find out here.
How do I put XM stereo on my bike that will work with my existing controls? Or do I have to replace the entire system?
Longtime MO readers know that we’re big proponents of developing riding skills throughout your entire riding career. We also stress the importance of protective riding gear for the possibility of things going bad. Unfortunately, I see too many untrained riders careening around the streets with little more than a single layer of cotton – and […]
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I have a 2009 Victory Vision with 22K mile. I live in Central Florida, how often or miles should the belt be changed?