2010 Kawasaki Concours


There’s no denying the impact Kawasaki made on the sport-touring world when they introduced the new Concours 14 just two short years ago. Ballistically fast, thanks to the lightly revised 1352cc ZX 14 power plant lurking under its’ slick, stylish… Continue Reading


Legendary two-stroke tuner headed for the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame

Eyvind Boyesen

PICKERINGTON, Ohio — The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is pleased to announce the eighth member of the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Class of 2010: Eyvind Boyesen, one of the most accomplished two-stroke engine tuners in motorsports. Boyesen, whose skills… Continue Reading


Aerostitch Cotton Shorties


[facebook_ilike] These comfy 100% cotton shorts are great for wearing under a riding suit or for relaxing with friends after a long ride. Made of a mid-weight comfy brushed cotton twill that gets more comfy with each laundering. An elastic… Continue Reading


Knievel Custom Cycles Goes Green


[facebook_ilike] First U.S. motorcycle company to offer custom motorcycles with Whole Vehicle Type Approval from all 27 European Communities Knievel Custom Cycles LLC today announced that its custom motorcycles have received the European Communities Whole Vehicle Type Approval as well… Continue Reading


California lawmakers back EPA compliant requirement for riders of new motorcycles

California Wants All Exhaust to Be EPA Approved

[facebook_ilike] PICKERINGTON, Ohio — A key California State Assembly committee has endorsed a proposal to require motorcyclists to have EPA-compliant exhaust systems on their model year 2011 and newer motorcycles, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) reports. On June 28, the… Continue Reading


BMW Recalls Motorcycles and Bell Recalls Helmets


BMW announced this week that it is issuing recalls for approximately 15,0000 motorcycles with problems ranging from front brakes issues, rear wheel lockups and drive chains not manufactured to specifications. Helmet manufacturer Bell is recalling 8000 of it’s Mag 8… Continue Reading


Motorcycle Rights Activist Sputnik Dies

Sputnik 01-8x10

[facebook_ilike] The Texas Motorcycle Rights Association is sad to announce that our great Leader, Sputnik, passed away suddenly at approximately 5:00 AM Thursday June 24, 2010. “I woke up at 5:45AM to find him on the living floor at the… Continue Reading


The Shocking Barak Project

Shocking Barak Project

[facebook_ilike] Sometimes it takes regular guys with bold ambitions to make big changes. These two guys rode to DC to meet the President and start something big. Kudos to Dave Schiff and Brian Wismann for starting the shocking Barak project.… Continue Reading