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EagleRider Offers Million-Mile Warranty on Motorcycle Purchases

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EagleRider, which rents motorcycles and operates guided and self-guided tours from locations across the United States and around the world, has announced that it will now offer motorcycle buyers Million Mile Limited Powertrain Protection. EagleRider’s rental fleet includes a variety of Harley-Davidson, Indian, Honda, Triumph, BMW and Polaris Slingshot models, which are regularly maintained and serviced by the company’s technical ...

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Aerostich Pop-Up Event Scheduled for Portland, OR


Perhaps it’s in response to the wild weather the Portland, Oregon, area has been experiencing as of late…or perhaps it’s just because the spring riding season will soon be on us. Aerostich has announced one of their famous Pop-Up Events for the Portland area, February 23-26. This four-day event will take place in Milwaukie, Oregon, just south of Portland, and ...

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Federal Highway Administration Seeks Nominations for Motorcyclist Advisory Council

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The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is establishing a Motorcyclist Advisory Council (MAC) and is currently seeking nominations. The MAC, which will operate for two years, “will coordinate with and advise the FHWA Administrator on infrastructure issues of concern to motorcyclists, including: (1) Barrier design; (2) road design, construction, and maintenance practices; and (3) the architecture and implementation of intelligent transportation ...

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Ride For Kids 2017 Schedule Announced

Ride for Kids Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

Do you enjoy spreading positivity and hope to those around you, especially those who are suffering? Do you like riding motorcycles? How about being surrounded by like-minded folks? Oh, and food. Then you should participate in your local Ride for Kids event. Ride for Kids is the longest-running, most successful motorcycle charity event in the nation. Since 1984, motorcyclists have ...

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2017 Triumph Street Cup | First Ride Review

2017 Triumph Street Cup

You may have heard, but retro styled, classic bikes are “in” right now, and few, if any, manufacturers do retro better than Triumph. The boys in Hinckley are clearly doing something right; Triumph says sales of its “modern classic” Bonneville line are up 68 percent with the crop of new and revamped models last year. And we were impressed enough ...

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AMA Has A Beef With Proposed 100-Percent Tariff On Motorcycles

Proposed beef motorcycle tariff

UPDATE: A petition has been created on the White House website, and if it gets 100,000 signatures within 30 days (February 22, 2017), it will earn an official response by the government. You can sign the petition here. What do motorcycles and beef have to do with each other? That’s what the American Motorcyclist Association would like to know, as ...

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A Brief History of Motorcycle Ice Racing

Ice Racing in Europe

It’s the early 20th century, and you are an enthusiast in the relatively new pastime of motorcycling. The trouble is, it’s winter. What’s a motorcyclist to do? Why, fit your tires with sharp metal spikes and ride it on the ice, of course! And, as tends to happen, it wasn’t long before someone (or someones) came up with the bright ...

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