Electric motorcycle companies are dying. Is a fast electron-powered motorcycle brand possible?
Last year, W.C. Distributing announced they were bringing Brammo to Canada. Months later, Brammo was sold, and that leaves the Canadian distributor unhappy.
This week in Best of the Rest, we get a look backwards at turbos, and a look forward at new technology helping injured riders.
Patrick Trahan shares his experiences in the 2015 Asia Cross Country Rally. It was so much fun, he’s already planning his return. Any readers interested in going with him?
The Little Red Pig gets suspension upgrades up front. Zac likes ’em, but Rob thinks he’d like a softer ride.
What’s new for the MoCo next year? Harley-Davidson hasn’t made any drastic changes or introduced any shocking new models, but they’ve upgraded quite a bit of their lineup.
This week in Best of the Rest, we have a racing theme, with the restoration of Dick Mann’s Matchless G50, an interview with Eddie Lawson, and a look at MotoGP trickery.
Can being average at everything be a good thing? Michael Uhlarik explores personal mediocrity and the Honda CBR650F
Arris departs the mountainous east for the historic west – playground of the rich and famous of 100 years ago.
The new Canadian Ninja 300 series will debut in 2016 with no age limits and a double-header every race weekend.