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Multi-Bike Review of 2006 Harley-Davidson and Buell Models

A two-lane mountain road curves through the San Bernardino National Forest, snakes around switchbacks, then juts out over fog-filled canyons. It's a great place for winding out the gears. Here in California, the Harley-Davidson Motor Company invited a couple of dozen female motojournalists to help them get the word -- ride --out to other women. Read More »

Buell Introduces XBRR Production Racing Motorcycle

EAST TROY, Wisconsin – Erik Buell and company come full circle with the introduction of the 2007 Buell XBRR, a limited-edition production racing motorcycle designed exclusively for closed course competition. A spiritual successor to Buell’s first motorcycle, the 1983 RW750, the XBRR is poise[d to change the face of privateer racing with a professional-level, race-ready, production-based platform featuring top-shelf racing ... Read More »

BMW K 1200 S Shakes Bonneville Salt Flats Setting World Land Speed Record

A 2006 production model BMW K 1200 S has set a world land speed record in the 1000 - 1350 cc stock, partially streamlined, naturally aspirated motorcycle class at Utah's famed Bonneville Salt Flats. The motorcycle, piloted by 56-year-old Andy Sills, of San Francisco, CA, reached an average speed of 173.57 mph and top speed of 176.789 mph after two runs on the vast, white plains, where hundreds of land speed records have been set and broken since the early 1900s in a variety of automobile and motorcycle classes. Read More »

Saxon Motorcycle Launches All New Retro-Modernistic Black Crown Model Line

CASA GRANDE, AZ – Saxon Motorcycle Company today introduced it’s signature model, the Black Crown, designed by Gard Hollinger of LA County Choprods. The model features old school design elements, modern features and fully custom components unlike any other production motorcycle. “The Black Crown represents a motorcycle design that has traditionally been reserved for true custom bikes” said Mike O’Brien, ... Read More »

Ride to Remember

Jewish Motorcyclists Alliance (JMA) Plans 1500-Mile Pilgrimage of Jewish Bikers Up and Down the East Coast to the Holocaust Memorial on May 6th.

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