When I was 8, my dad brought home a Honda CRF50. I learned the basics of riding in a field in the woods. Since we rode only a few months each year, my progress was slow.
Riding as a passenger doesn’t mean safety takes a back seat. I always opt for full protective gear, such as Fly Racing’s Georgia II jacket, Coolpro pants and Coolpro gloves.
The drywall in my garage isn’t in the best shape. It has nothing to do with the builder’s skill and everything to do with my propensity to pinch tubes—and the damage quotient of an aluminum tire iron that has achieved terminal velocity.
Although motocross is one of the cheapest motorsports on the planet, costs can add up. A new bike every year or two can really eat into the budget, and proper safety gear isn’t something you want to skimp on.
When Steve Reichman Sr.’s family saw the injuries sustained by his stepfather in a couple of motorcycle crashes when Steve was a teenager, the decision was made that motorcycling was not an option for the boy.
The American Motorcyclist Association asks all motorists to drive safely during the Labor Day holiday weekend and to show extra courtesy to other road users, particularly motorcyclists.
American Honda publicized pricing for the all-new CRF1000L Africa Twin model and also announced a number of returning on-road models, several of which are offered in new colors for 2016.
Three products from Star brite Inc.—the Ultimate Xtreme Clean, Ultimate Water Spot Remover and Ultimate Corrosion Blocker—offer an efficient package for cleaning and preserving your motorcycle, car or bicycle, as well as a variety of other items around the house.
These Rox Speed FX pivoting handlebar risers certainly look good, carved out of polished billet aluminum, and just like a beautifully machined triple clamp, they are right where everyone can admire them.
From the mountains of North Carolina to history-rich sites of Massachusetts, motorcyclists hit the road over the weekend for kids battling brain tumors. These family-friendly Ride for Kids events, held in Asheville, N.C., and Framingham, Mass., raised $84,236 to support the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation's lifesaving research and life-changing family support programs.