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2015 Harley-Davidsons
Harley Guy Lemmy takes a look at the new Harley-Davidsons for 2015 and, like everyone else who has an internet connection and can peck at a keyboard, he tells us what he thinks.
Connecticut ride
She called Sunday morning. Five hours later, I was in Connecticut and we were planning a day ride. Here's to old-friend motorcycles, new-friend acquaintances and spontaneity.
TaylorMade Moto2
A team with a legendary British name, a U.S.-built racebike made of carbon composite and innovative thinking, and a rider twice the age of the Moto2 frontrunners are grabbing lots of attention at Silverstone this weekend.
VIN
The government has put all recall, complaint and service bulletin information in one place for easy access. Thinking of buying a used bike? See whether recall work has been done by checking the VIN.
chopper drivetrain
Why would a chopper builder replace a belt with a chain and a chain with a belt, both on the same bike? Harley Guy Lemmy explains.
Lemon Ride
RevZilla supports the Lemon Ride, a bicycle ride by Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, an organization inspired by a 4-year-old cancer patient's lemonade stand to raise money for cancer research.
minibike racing
Get a few Briggs & Stratton-powered minibikes, lay some tires in a parking lot to form a crude race course, and somehow it ends up resulting in the most fun ever.
ICON video
Two innovative Oregon companies, two fast racers, and some really good camera work yield this awesome video.
Sturgis
Lemmy pays his first visit to the Black Hills Classic and comes away suffering from a little sensory overload. Here are some observations he scribbled on the back of his gas receipts.
Kancamagus Highway
Take a deep breath of mountain air after breakfast and smell the daily catch being unloaded at the oceanfront wharf by lunchtime in this day trip.
Honda CBR300R
The 250-class competition has stepped up to become the 300 class, as Honda matches Kawasaki with a bigger, better looking, entry-level sportbike. See our first ride story and video.
look where you want to go
There's a lot of good advice (and some bad) about riding out there. After decades of experience and a little learning from some of the masters, here's the one piece of advice I think is most important.
Skully AR-1 helmet
After a successful crowd-funding campaign, it looks more likely that Skully will be able to fulfill the promise of producing a tech-heavy motorcycle helmet like nothing else available today.
inverted fork
In the latest episode of Why things are the way they are, Lemmy explains inverted forks.
Ducati Multistrada D-Air System
The two Italian companies team up to offer a Multistrada equipped with wireless controls for Dainese's D-Air System of personal airbag protection for both rider and passenger. See the crash test video.
Kickstart Classic
Ride to wrench, wrench to ride? With old iron, it works that way sometimes. In this year's Kickstart Classic, the vintage bikes are ridden to see other vintage bikes on display in museums.
Hormel bacon motorcycle
The Driven by Bacon cafe racer is riding from Minnesota to a bacon-themed film festival in San Diego. No, we are not making this up.
Yamaha FZ-09 long-term review
The Yamaha FZ-09 provides tremendous bang for the buck, and doesn't make you look like you're riding a bargain-basement machine. With improved suspension and fueling, it could achieve greatness.
U.S. drought in MotoGP
The MotoGP race this month in the Czech Republic will be the first in nearly 20 years with no U.S. riders on the grid.
Harley-Davidson
When someone asks Lemmy, "Why do you ride a Harley?", he doesn't resort to nationalistic flag-waving or empty platitudes. Here are some of his practical reasons for choosing H-D.
2015 Indian Scout
The 2015 Scout is the first Indian this century that doesn't rely on nostalgia to close the sale, and that's why it's news.
Yamaha R1
Will we also see a new, three-cylinder R6?
Icon Cloverleaf
Is an armored knee slider you strap on over your pants a good idea, or just a future prop in YouTube crash videos?
Harley-Davidson Dyna
In our latest episode of Why things are the way they are, RevZilla wrench Lemmy explains why Harley-Davidsons have dry-sump engines. What's wrong with an oil pan, anyway?
Superprestigio video
The indoor short-track races return in December, drawing the world's top roadracers to a one-off event in Barcelona. These videos are worth seeing.
motorcycle in traffic
Motorcyclists and drivers now have less information on what is permitted when lane splitting in the nation's biggest motorcycling state.
Harley-Davidson LiveWire
This thing is smooth, efficient and well polished. Of course I'm talking about the social media campaign. Did you think I meant the bike? See our video of the Harley-Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycle.
motorcycle headphones
In the eyes of the law, the Slingshot is a motorcycle. In the eyes of Sean, it looks like big fun.

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