He loves music, he loves motorcycles, but Uncle Loomis doesn't love all songs about motorcycles. Here are his choices for best and worst. Go ahead and flame away. And if anyone can explain a "loaded six-string," let him know.
If you're riding a bobber with bad brakes and wearing a novelty helmet, or riding a sportbike wearing a T-shirt and with your helmet strapped to the back of the bike, you look like a moron if you claim your loud pipes are about safety.
American MotoGP rider Nicky Hayden talks about his painful, injured wrist, his underpowered Honda RCV1000R and why he decided to stay in MotoGP instead of jumping to World Superbike in this video interview.
Photochromic faceshields promise the advantages of a tinted faceshield for handling glare without the hassle of having to change visors when conditions change. We give them a thorough test to see how they work.
Now in its sixth year, the Born-Free vintage chopper and classic motorcycle show has grown from a couple of hundred people to 20,000 visitors to a two-day event. The man behind the show talks about where it's been, where it's going.
The late Marco Simoncelli was inducted into the Hall of Fame today in Italy as the 21st MotoGP Legend — a good time for a look back in photos and in the words of RevZilla Co-Founder Anthony Bucci to remember the inimitable #58.
As they gain experience, try new things and as riding becomes a more important part of their lives, new riders often find that the motorcycle they thought was their dream bike isn't really what they want.
See what you missed. Viking helmets customized by Frank the Intern were worn and Sticky Jangles, king of the swap meet bargain bin, touted an $800 jacket! We'd suspect bribery if the man weren't impossible to corrupt.
Planning to hit the road this summer? TeamZilla members offer their lists of the five things they always try to remember to take on tour. Not the usual stuff, but the things you think of 200 miles down the highway.
Sure, you can throw a change of underwear and a toothbrush in a backpack and hit the road without a care or a plan. But if you're like our correspondent, you want to do some planning. Serious planning.
Did you winterize your bike last year? Or did you lean it in a corner of the garage and play Call of Duty all winter? If the latter, you now have a bike that won't start on the first nice day of spring. Uncle Loomis comes to your rescue.
Seven miles on the odometer? What better time to void the warranty? Uncle Loomis loves time-tested, air-cooled "technology," but he also likes smooth carburetion, so follow along as he digs into a brand-new Honda XR650L in his secret bunker workshop on Lemmy Mountain.
Miss the ZLA Live Spreecast? All is not lost! You can still listen to BoochZilla and his cast of characters. Hear more from Spurg about the Modern Classics Show, learn why one Go-Go Boy is wearing a mask and the other is filled with rage at the Yamaha SR400.
Combine superhuman off-road riding skills, excellent production quality and some cool background music and you've got the perfect recipe for our newest favorite riding video. This video proves that magic happens in the woods, and we aren't talking fairies and unicorns.