At the Toronto Motorcycle Show we came across an Air Canada booth advertising some pretty decent rates to fly your bike to various parts of the globe. Here’s the scoop.
According to Reuters, we should see Yamaha cars by 2019.
In 2017, MoCo’s deal with Deeley ends; Harley-Davidson will then set up direct distribution system.
Yamaha website allows you to play with the motorcycle’s dashboard buttons on R1 simulator. Unfortunately, we still have to wait to ride it.
Dealers will have fix for Can-Am recall for Spyders by May.
Shiver and Caponord models see recall.
A two-stroke H2R? Indian muscling in on the MoCo’s most profitable market? Nicky Hayden gettin’ jiggy with tecmology (to quote Ali G)? It’s in Friday Fudge!
Head down to Palais des congrès to see this year’s models.
Following California’s path and possibly the state of Washington, Oregon may legalize lane splitting.
The REV’IT Dominator GTX lineup (jacket, pants, gloves) is pricy, but offers highly technical capability.