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Honda Starter Relay Switch Recall Hits US, Affects 45,153 Motorcycles

Honda Starter Relay Switch Recall Hits US, Affects 45,153 Motorcycles
Sharing the same component across multiple models has its advantages. Manufacturers don’t need to redesign relatively simple parts over and over again and can order them in large quantities, taking advantage of the economy of scale. The downside is when there’s a defect in the part, leading to recalls with headline-grabbing large numbers. That’s what […] more

Max Biaggi Wild Card Ride II

Max Biaggi Wild Card Ride II
After a three-year hiatus Max Biaggi returned to World Superbike racing at the 8th round of the 2015 series in Misano to clinch two 6th place finishes. Not too shabby for 44-year-old who hadn’t turned a wheel in anger since his retirement following the 2012 season where he went out on top with his second […] more

Scrambler You Are Video Contest Returns

Scrambler You Are Video Contest Returns
The second coming of the international Scrambler You Are video contest is taking submissions now through October 20, 2015. The best video designated by the official jury will win a 5,000 Euro prize. A 1,000 Euro prize will also be awarded to the runner up voted by the popular online jury. A contestant will also be […] more

2016 Indians Featuring New Roadmaster

2016 Indians Featuring New Roadmaster
Roadmaster New for 2016 the Indian Roadmaster is available with new color options that include Blue Diamond plus two-tone Storm Gray & Thunder Black and Springfield Blue and Cream. The Roadmaster includes nearly 38 gallons of storage, a power-adjustable windscreen, heated grips, dual heated seats, ABS, tire pressure monitoring system, keyless ignition with remote locking storage, electronic […] more

Hero MotoCorp to Acquire Consulting Assets of Erik Buell Racing

Hero MotoCorp to Acquire Consulting Assets of Erik Buell Racing
Hero MotoCorp has entered a settlement agreement to acquire certain consulting assets of Erik Buell Racing for $2.8 million. The settlement agreement, which is still subject to approval by the Circuit Court of Wisconsin and Hero MotoCorp’s board of directors, isn’t the full acquisition of EBR that some have hoped for; instead it would let […] more

Special Edition Bonneville T214

Special Edition Bonneville T214
The Triumph Bonneville T214 pays homage to Johnny Allen and his Texas Ceegar streamliner that set the motorcycle land speed record of 214.40 mph at the Bonneville Salt Flats in 1956. The Texas Ceegar was a Triumph Thunderbird 650cc-powered, methanol-fuelled streamliner. It was conceived and built by airline pilot J.H. “Stormy” Mangham and Fort Worth […] more

Limited Edition Slingshot Black Pearl SL

Limited Edition Slingshot Black Pearl SL
For a limited time beginning in August, Polaris dealers will have for sale a limited edition Slingshot SL in Black Pearl. MSRP: $26,199. The Black Pearl SL Limited Edition features Indy Red color accents on its frame rails, coil springs and swing arm as well as black seats with grey accents. The new Slingshot features a […] more

Casey Stoners Crash at Suzuka 8 Hour + Video

Casey Stoners Crash at Suzuka 8 Hour + Video
Former MotoGP Champion Casey Stoner suffered a serious crash during the Suzuka 8 Hour, breaking his right shoulder blade and left ankle. The crash occurred on the approach the sharp Suzuka Hairpin on Stoner’s first turn on the Team MuSASHi RT HARC-PRO Honda CBR1000RR. Stoner took over for the team’s starter, Takumi Takahashi after 24 […] more

Harley-Davidson Recalls 185,272 Touring Motorcycles for Loose Luggage

Harley-Davidson Recalls 185,272 Touring Motorcycles for Loose Luggage
Harley-Davidson is recalling 185,272 touring bikes from model years 2014-2015 because of faulty saddlebag mounts. According to documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the spring wire in the saddlebag mounting receptacle may not have adequate tension which may cause the mounting stud to come loose. If left unchecked, saddlebags may completely fall […] more

Wayne Rainey To Be Honored At AMA Ceremony

Wayne Rainey To Be Honored At AMA Ceremony
Wayne Rainey, three-time 500cc GP World Champion and twice American Motorcycle Association Superbike Champion, is to be honored at the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Saturday, Oct. 17, in Orlando. “Few American motorcyclists have achieved the same level of success as Wayne Rainey, and fewer still command the respect and admiration that he so rightly deserves,” said […] more
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