New Morgan Three-Wheeler

Jul 12, 2011 View Comments by

Cyclecars were popular 100 years ago because of their light weight and sporting performance. Morgan is the only remaining company that manufactured them, and it has announced that it will sell an updated version that is approved for U.S sale. The machines are powered by a 115-horsepower S&S V-twin, through a five-speed Mazda transmission with […]

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Large MotoFizz Camping Seat Bag

Jul 12, 2011 View Comments by

Loading camping gear onto a motorcycle is a challenging task. The standard routine involves stuffing all bag to capacity then securing them with various straps and nets. This task can be made easier, however, thanks to the Large MotoFizz Camping Seat Bag, available exclusively at Aerostich/Riderwearhouse. Measuring 14 inches deep, 14 inches tall and 21 […]

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Max Bubeck Passes Away

Jul 11, 2011 View Comments by

Motorcycle racer Max Bubeck died peacefully April 8, 2011, at the age of 94 in Palm Springs, CA. Bubeck was famous for winning races on Indian motorcycles during a career that lasted from the 1930s to the 1970s. He also built and raced speed-record Indians. In 1948 he set a speed record of 135.58 mph […]

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The BMW GS Trophy 2010 – Competition Pushes Riders to Their Limits

Jul 10, 2011 View Comments by

Adventure, challenges, sweat – that’s what GS motorcycles stand for and what the Trophy is all about. November 2010 marked the second anniversary of the legendary competition for amateur GS riders. Once again the scene of action was Africa’s big sandbox. The scope of the event expanded from five teams in the 2008 edition to […]

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