GM and Chrysler aren't the only one with ignition issues. Harley-Davidson is recalling over 3,300 bikes that could switch from "on" to "accessory" because of excessive vibration.
I've got to be in San Francisco tonight at 6:30. If I'm in a car, it'll take me about 45 minutes. On my bike, about 25. Why? Because lane splitting. California is the only state that permits it, and one guy just made it infinitely more dangerous for motorcyclists.
Have we mentioned how much we love the Honda Grom? It's small, it's simple, it's got an engine that has more in common with a weedwhacker than a sport bike, and it's cuter than an eight-week-old puppy with an overbite. And at $3,199, it's stupid cheap. Which inspires this kind of hoonage.
Harley fanatics are about to lose their collective shit. The crew from Milwaukee is going to show off its first electric motorcycle tomorrow, causing scads of chap-wearing dentists to revaluate their alternative weekend lifestyles.
The LAPD just added another electric motorcycle to its two-wheeled stable, and it's the same Zero MMX model designed for the U.S. Special Operation Forces. Baddies beware.
As motorcyclists, we get our fair share of grief from loved ones and random do-gooders. Now it's coming from our phones. This shit has gone too far.
It might look like the ride of a third-rate villain from Adam West-era Batman, but apparently this is how Ducati tests the sound of its newest bikes. Someone please explain.
Welcome to Sunday Matinee, where we highlight classic car reviews or other longer videos I find on YouTube. Kick back and enjoy this blast from the past.
Good news: Ariel will show off its long-awaited motorcycle at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Bad news: It won't be anything like the two-wheeled Atom we expected. Worse news: Automatic transmission.
When four-time AMA champ Eric Bostrom isn't running his fire-breathing Kawasaki in AMA Superbike, he's racing a Brammo Empulse R. With one foot in the past, another in the future, and nearly two decades of racing experience, he's a perfect arbiter of performance, and when it comes to electric bikes, he's sold.
Isle Of Man TT videos are losing their shock value. Yes, it's fast. Yes, it's dangerous. Yes, we're in awe of their two-wheeled talents. But this run by TT legend John McGuinness is different. He's on an electric bike setting a new world record. And it's an odd combination of tranquil and terrifying.
When Ariel dropped its cop-spec Atom, no one seemed to mention the bigger news: Ariel is finally going to build its long-rumored motorcycle in a return to its two-wheeled roots.
Lightning Motorcycles has dominated the all-electric class at Pikes Peak, taken the prize for fastest electric superbike at Bonneville, and now it's ready to capitalize on those successes. The LS-218 cometh, and it stands to take the crown as the world's fastest production bike.
When emergency room doctors at New York's Lenox Hill Hospital went to check the heart rate of a 48-year-old man involved in a motorcycle crash, they couldn't find it. One CAT scan and an X-ray later, and the problem was clear: his heart had moved 90 degrees to the right.