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Lane Splitting On The Table in Nevada

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Reno NV  Nevada may become the first state to officially sanction motorcycle lane splitting, according to a report in USA Today.   A similar bill was passed by the State legislature in 2010 but vetoed by then Gov Jan Brewer.… Continue Reading

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Federal Regulators Issue Fine Against Southern Honda Powersports

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The largest powersports dealer in the nation, Southern Honda Powersports in Chattanooga Tennessee was fined $125,000 to settle allegations that it knowingly sold motorcycles that had been recalled but not repaired. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration began a probe… Continue Reading

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Largest Honda Dealer in the US Under Investigation

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Southern Honda Powersports, the largest Honda dealer with locations in Tennessee and Florida is under investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA),  the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Nashville and the Tennessee Attorney General’s Office for allegedly selling unsafe motorcycles,… Continue Reading

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Royal Enfield Announces New Manufacturing Facility

Chennai, India – Royal Enfield Motors, manufacturer of the iconic Bullet motorcycle line and the world’s oldest motorcycle brand, today announced the construction of a new manufacturing facility to help the company meet worldwide demand for its motorcycles. The new… Continue Reading

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New ApriliaUSA Video: Can Technology Help You Become a Better Rider/Racer?

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NEW YORK, NY – June 15, 2011 Motorcycle performance is being revolutionized and, for the first time, this new era heralds increased rider control and safety as much as it does more power and less weight. At the forefront of… Continue Reading

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Will High Gas Prices Help or Hurt Motorcycle Industry Recovery?

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In a report in USA Today experts are warning that consumers could see gas climb to near $4 a gallon at the pump by the summer as the cost of crude is expected to rise beyond $100 per barrel.  … Continue Reading