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2021 Ohvale GP-2 Review – First Ride

If you’ve been following the minimoto space, you’ve probably heard of the Ohvale name. The Italian company pumping out mini road racers has been a hot topic of conversation in trackday and racing circles. We all know that riding big bikes on a racetrack is a thrill unlike any other. But it’s also true that riding full-size sportbikes at trackdays can be pretty expensive – up the ante even more if you decide to go race. Beyond the cost of the bike itself, you’ve got trackday fees, fuel costs, and tire bills. The costs go up even more if you have to schlep it a long way from home and find lodging for a night or two.

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2021 Honda Rebel 1100 DCT First Ride Review

Honda Africa Twin to Get Radar

Honda’s looking to develop its own in-house radar system for motorcycles, with the setup likely to appear in the Africa Twin first.

Honda’s looking to develop its own in-house radar system for motorcycles, with the setup likely to appear in the Africa Twin first. (Honda/)

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2022 Honda Grom First Look

Honda officially confirmed the redesigned Grom will be in the US as a 2022 model. It’ll be available in May with ABS as an option (shown).

Honda officially confirmed the redesigned Grom will be in the US as a 2022 model. It’ll be available in May with ABS as an option (shown). (American Honda Motor Co./)

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2022 Indian FTR 1200 First Ride Review

The 2022 Indian FTR 1200 transforms into a sport standard with several key revisions.

The 2022 Indian FTR 1200 transforms into a sport standard with several key revisions. (Jordan Pay/)

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Best in Show: Suzuki GSX-RR MotoGP Livery for 2021

[REVIEW] SA1NT Women’s Unbreakable High Rise Skinny Jeans

Riding Jeans with Style

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The Futuristic 2021 Ducati Multistrada V4S [Review]

The 2021 Ducati Multistrada V4S has magically appeared at my local Ducati dealership: Blackfoot Motosports in Calgary. The dealership’s Ducati brand champion invited me to come and get an intimate, first-hand look at what Ducati is calling “the best motorcycle they’ve ever built.” Have a look at our Model Overview piece written by Joe Appleton if you’re unfamiliar.

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Motorcycles Destined to Die By 2030

There’s no doubt that the motorcycling landscape is changing. Over a relatively short period of time, we’ve seen a bigger focus on emissions regulations, the development of affordable electric models, and unexpected new trends. While we know that many governments across the globe have ambitious plans to phase out the production of new internal combustion engine-powered vehicles over the next decade, we’ve been left wondering what models will survive.

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Motorcycles Destined to Die By 2030

There’s no doubt that the motorcycling landscape is changing. Over a relatively short period of time, we’ve seen a bigger focus on emissions regulations, the development of affordable electric models, and unexpected new trends. While we know that many governments across the globe have ambitious plans to phase out the production of new internal combustion engine-powered vehicles over the next decade, we’ve been left wondering what models will survive.

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Recap: tech seen at the Qatar Test so far

Plenty of new and updated innovations have been tested in Doha, with more set to be rolled out in the coming days

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Coming up: Qatar Test continued…

The Shakedown and two Official Test days have been and gone, now just three pre-season days remain for the MotoGP™ riders

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Marc Marquez included on Qatar Provisional Entry List

The eight-time World Champion is provisionally included on the list of riders that will compete at the opening round of 2021

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What Do Autonomous Cars Mean for Motorcycles?

The advent of autonomous vehicles has led to a big question mark hanging over the future of motorcycling. AI-driven cars are smart, logic-driven machines, equipped with modern technology and innovative safety features. Motorcycles are quite the opposite. They can be dangerous, they can be irrational, and it’s their thrilling nature that makes them so attractive to riders. But how will they fit into our AI-driven future? Will we be forced to hang up our leathers for good? Or will motorcycles and autonomous cars be able to share the road?

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