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Bike Of The Day: 2019 Triumph Bobber Black

Down & Out Motorcycles has skillfully transformed this Triumph Bobber Black into a unique and stylish custom bobber and  boasts several distinctive features. These include custom aluminum mudguards, specially designed adjustable front forks with extra-wide billet yokes, a bespoke aftermarket exhaust system, an aluminum headlight cap, an LSL machined brake fluid reservoir, a custom-made seat pad, Nissin brakes, LSL handlebars, a Motogadget speedometer, and anodized gold engine components.

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MotoGP: India “Could Be An Opportunity”

This weekend, the world will see how our beloved MotoGP racers fare in the 13th race of the season, titled “IndianOil Grand Prix of India” or “MotoGP Bhārat” – India’s maiden GP round, to be held at the Buddh International Circuit (BIC).

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Test Ride a $128,000 Vector Motorcycle

Ryan Reynold’s newest two-wheeled addition to the garage is a pretty thing called the Arc Vector – “the most advanced motorcycle in the world” – and now, us plebs have been given the option to test ride the thing. 

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Electric Everything: US DOT is Spending $100 Million to Upgrade Charger Stations

Did you know that, of the 151,506 charging stations in the US, ~6,261 are broken, damaged or in need of reparation? We didn’t either – but it explains why the United States Department of Transport (DOT) is investing a sizeable chunk of green into upgrading the things. 

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Bike Of The Day: 2017 Ducati 1299 Panigale S Anniversario

In 2016, to honor the 90th anniversary of Ducati’s founding, the Italian motorcycle manufacturer unveiled the 1299 Panigale S Anniversario. This model is an exceedingly limited edition, with only 500 units available worldwide. Each motorcycle features a specially machined billet aluminum top triple clamp, bearing its name and number engraved through laser inscription.

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2023 Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Mountaineer GNCC: eMTB Doubleheader Highlights

Watch double-header highlights from the Specialized eMTB race series at the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Mountaineer GNCC.

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Church Of MO: First Impression: 1996 Honda Rebel 250

The Honda Rebel 250 is probably the bike many of us rode when we were taking our Basic Rider Course. Even though I didn’t know what I was doing back then, when I rode the bike while trying to get my license, I could still tell it was a bit of a turd. A lack of experience meant I couldn’t put my finger on exactly why, though I chalked it up to being used and abused after having gone through the hands of many new riders.

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Motorcycle Handling and Its Variables

Ask Kevin Cameron

Ask Kevin Cameron (Cycle World/)

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Trophy Life—Training for the BMW GS Trophy With Ben Phaup

Ben Phaup, 2022 BMW International GS finalist and owner of 241 Moto, demonstrates an elephant turn.

Ben Phaup, 2022 BMW International GS finalist and owner of 241 Moto, demonstrates an elephant turn. (Rob Bandler/)

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2023 KTM 890 Adventure and Adventure R

2023 KTM 890 Adventure R

2023 KTM 890 Adventure R (KTM/)

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Modified Kawasaki Ninja H2 Drag Races A 1450HP Porsche 911 Turbo S

Motorcycles often emerge as winners in contests against cars, particularly when dealing with sport bikes or those that have undergone additional modifications like this motorcycle showcased in this video which is a modified Kawasaki Ninja H2 boasting an impressive 334 horsepower.

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Aprilia’s SR GT 125 / 200 Scooters Get MotoGP Color Scheme

BMW Teaser Shows GS 1300 in the Wild

While the Bavarians might be dealing with a hiccough or two in their recent “stop sales” notice for every single BMW bike – old and new – in North America, there’s apparently nothing stopping them from continuing to play the tease with the soon-to-debut R 1300 GS. 

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BMW Issues “Stop Sales” Notice on All New and Used Motorcycles in North America

UPDATE: Since the original press release publication, BMW has come out clarifying that the issue “is not safety-related,” but has to do with “material used in a component of its motorcycle evaporative system, which may not have been produced to material specifications” (via ADVRider).

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