Mark searches in vain for motorcycles in Kazakhstan.
Not only do loud pipes fail to save lives, they also infuriate the public and give motorcyclists a bad name.
We found Bondo living on the West Coast, and he tells us why he misses Ontario so much.
Ah, la belle province. We love riding motorcycles here. From 2010 to 2015, the province led Canadian motorcycle sales: we have 25 per cent of the country’s population, but we buy 30 per cent of the country’s new bikes. Don’t ask me why. Our provincial government certainly isn’t helping. In fact, I think there are … Continue reading Making life difficult for motorcyclists
Lane-splitting is legal almost everywhere in the world, except for Canada and most of the US. Editor Richardson says it’s time for that to change.
It’s a hot topic in North America – should lane-splitting be legal or not? Editor ‘Arris argues it should be and makes his case.
This spring, it seems the cagers are out to kill us. And, we’re doing a good job of helping them out sometimes.
Don’t look now, but flat track racing is making a comeback.
Mysterious press release about “Project 156” hints at a liquid-cooled flat tracker built to race at Pikes Peak.
Editor Arris shoots himself in the foot. Again.