Most people recognize Tricia Helfer from her work as an actress or model, but she’s much more than just a pretty face: She’s a motorcyclist.
This week: The laws of traction are broken, with both impressive and amusing results. Also, Harley-Davidson faces the music, and puts an end to it. And, a Michigan motorcycle shop attracts gun-toting clientele.
Jamie Leonard talks with the only guy crazy enough to ride a postie bike from Australia to the U.K.; sounds like a good fit for CMG!
This week in Friday Fudge, the Adventurists hoon around in three-wheeled moto-taxis, while dozens of enduro racers get off course in Indonesia. Meanwhile, the enduro riders in Italy only wish they could get off-course, and in front of a roaring fire with some hot cocoa.
This week in Friday Fudge, we’ve got the Rocket Man’s personal bike, an alligator-themed machine, Chinese mid-winter motorcycle migration, some stunt work, and old-time adventure riding – without all the catering we showed you last week.
Are adventure bikes becoming the motorcycling equivalent of SUVs? Editor Kurylyk thinks so. Here’s his take on the current state of adventure riding.
How much will a speeding ticket cost you? That depends what province you’re in. Find out the straight dope on how much those “performance awards” are going to set you back financially, right across Canada.
The 2013 Mad Bastard Scooter Rally website has been launched.
We’ve got an extra-large batch of fudge this week, including over-zealous bike cops, the Elephant Rally, a too-eager Rossi fan, parenting help from KTM, and a new take on lane-splitting.
This week in Friday Fudge: The Indian army breaks records at a record-breaking pace, a Chinese rider has crazy luck, and the new face of adventure motorcycling is revealed. Apparently, it involves catered meals and matching equipment.