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Yamaha Launches R1 R1M Meter Simulator

Yamaha Launches R1  R1M Meter Simulator
Sportbike fans are pretty excited about Yamaha’s 2015 YZF-R1 and YZF-R1M motorcycles. Now, prospective owners – or just those who want to play – can experience the ability to adjust the R1’s advanced electronics on Yamaha’s Meter Simulator. The simulator allows users to discover how the adjustments work and learn the menu system through toggling switches, rolling the selection wheel, and […] more

Yamaha Announces Daytona 200 Contingencies and Bike Week Activities

Yamaha Announces Daytona 200 Contingencies and Bike Week Activities
With Daytona Bike Week just around the corner, Yamaha has announced contingency support for the Daytona 200. The company has also previewed its Off-Road Racing and additional Daytona Bike Week Activities. Yamaha racers are familiar with the bLU cRU contingency support the factory offers for select racing events. Well, the 2015 Daytona 200 is on the list, allowing riders with approved machinery […] more

California Superbike School Releases 2015 Schedule

California Superbike School Releases 2015 Schedule
The California Superbike School has been teaching riders how to get the most out of their performance motorcycles since opening its doors in 1980. Since then, a ton of other schools have come and gone, but Keith Code keeps innovating and expanding his school’s approach to riding motorcycles quickly on the street or track. It works pretty well, since […] more

H-D Project LiveWire Experience Goes International

H-D Project LiveWire Experience Goes International
Following in the footsteps of the successful LiveWire Experience US tour, Harley-Davidson is taking the event global so that interested riders worldwide can have a chance to influence the path of Project LiveWire. Select consumers in Asia, Europe, and Canada (in addition to the United States) will have the unique opportunity to ride and comment on the progress of the electric […] more

2008-2011 Piaggio and Vespa Scooters Recalled

2008-2011 Piaggio and Vespa Scooters Recalled
Piaggio is recalling 2,613 scooters because of a defective fuel pump. The recall affects multiple models from model years 2008 to 2011 from both the Piaggio and Vespa brands. According to documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the impeller in the fuel pump may swell, decreasing pump clearance. This may cause engines […] more

Verde Legnano Special Edition 2015 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer Announced for North America

Verde Legnano Special Edition 2015 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer Announced for North America
Piaggio revealed a new special edition 2015 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer for the North American market. Only 50 examples will be produced with the special “Verde Legnano” green finish and red frame that pays tribute to the rare 1971 Telaio Rosso Moto Guzzi V7 Sport. Designed by Lino Tonti, the 1971 V7 Sport was intended […] more

Troy Bayliss to Race WSBK Season Opener at Phillip Island

Troy Bayliss to Race WSBK Season Opener at Phillip Island
Former World Superbike Champion Troy Bayliss is coming out of retirement to race this weekend’s 2015 season opener at Phillip Island. Bayliss, who retired in 2008, will ride the Panigale R for the Aruba.it Ducati factory team as an injury replacement for the ailing Davide Giugliano. Ducati had originally planned to run a single bike […] more
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