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FIM MiniGP World Series: first selected Cups confirmed

The first seven series to be included in the new Road to MotoGP™ programme have been revealed

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Stefan Bradl to return as wildcard for Spanish GP

The German has already raced twice this season and will be afforded another opportunity by HRC at Jerez

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Earth Day sees a paper free Media Center

After years and years of printing nearly one ton of paper per season, the Media Center of each MotoGP round is now a no-print area

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Yamaha and Daretti join forces once again for 2021

Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP are delighted to continue their partnership with double MotoGP™ eSport World Champion Lorenzo Daretti

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MotoGP™21 is available now!

The most realistic MotoGP™experience has finally arrived

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Engines on at Estoril for FIM CEV Repsol 2021

Competition is just around the corner as the Circuito do Estoril hosts the season opener

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Quartararo won but Bagnaia performs best in MotoGP™ Fantasy

We reflect on the Portuguese GP action and see where the best value for money could be found in Portimao

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Rabat to replace injured Martin in Jerez

The Doha GP podium finisher will have surgery on Wednesday afternoon, former MotoGP™ rider Rabat will link up with Pramac at the Spanish GP

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Organizers Cancel 2021 Tokyo Motor Show Amid COVID-19 Surge

Rebranding to Tokyo Mobility Show in the future.

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10 Best Commuter Motorcycles

Best commuter motorcycles? It all depends where you’re commuting really, and how far you have to travel every day. If you’re in a congested part of the world that allows lane-sharing, you want something on the narrow side. If you’re in Texas, you might as well go big. If you’re covering 100 miles or more round-trip, you want something reasonably comfortable and with enough power to not get rear-ended. And if it’s going to be chilly, you want some wind protection. Since filling your tank every day gets old, more fuel capacity is better, and so is more mpg. Or electric.

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Harley-Davidson Records Positive Q1 2021 But EU Tariff Threat Looms

Harley-Davidson reported a 9% increase in motorcycle sales volume and 12% increase in  sales revenue over the first quarter of 2021, encouraging signs that the new Hardwire business plan is paying off.

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ECU Flash Tuning – What Is It?

The hot topic in motorcycle performance these days is flashing your ECU. You hear the term “flashing” brought up all the time – and no, we’re not talking about spring break antics, either. But while the term is gaining in popularity, and is often associated with big gains, we wanted to know – what the heck is ECU flashing, anyway? For that, let’s start with a little back story.

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2022 Triumph Street Scrambler Line Includes New Sandstorm Edition

Triumph’s Street Scrambler is just what the name implies. If you want to blaze a two-wheeled path to freedom off-road, there are Scrambler 1200s XC and XE. But the more approachable (and affordable) Street Scrambler is for more urbane adventures, with Triumph’s less powerful, 900 cc twin, less suspension travel, and a lower seat height that’s accessible to nearly everybody. For 2022, just like the upscale Scramblers, the SS is now Euro 5 compliant, and along with that come a few subtle yet tasty upgrades. 

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Harley-Davidson Confirms Limited Edition Electra Glide Revival *UPDATE*

Harley-Davidson‘s Q1 2021 financial report revealed more details about the mysterious “Revival” model and showed a photo of a near production version of the Custom 1250 liquid-cooled cruiser. We’ll have more on the quarterly report elsewhere, but let’s examine what we’ve learned about these two upcoming models.

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