The Return of the Motorcycle that Changed the World
In the prosperous 1950’s, American cars had big fins and big V-8 engines. Motorcycles were Harley-Davidsons from Milwaukee or British bikes and riders were perceived as cops or hooligans. How could a 50cc step-thru motorcycle from a small Japanese company change all that...
Click here to read
The moto industry is on a mission to capture new riders, yeah they’re talkin’ to you millenials...
Glove decisions are often based on style, feel and price. That’s not ideal considering our most vital moto sensors and controls (fingers) are at stake. Protecting nature’s most evolved biomechanical creations is a tough job. Alpinestar’s high priority on protection and feel is where the CE certified GP Pros really shine...
Already? Yes, the travelling IMS series is coming to a metropolitan center near you. This is your annual best bet to see and put your hands on all this year's new models. Bikeland will be at the first stop in Long Beach...
Kawasaki revealed two all new models at EICMA, the return of the retro W800 and the introduction of the Z400...
For 2019 Kawasaki gives the 636 several upgrades in the form of goodies, styling, and some boring (but important to Euro customers) regulatory engine tweaks. Highlights are a standard quick shifter and new LED lights complimenting updating fairings...
Bikeland has always been a fan of tech gear to enhance our motorcycling pleasure. We were on board with Chatterbox long ago, GPS navigation units adorned our cockpits early on, and with the press surrounding the new 46mm Samsung Galaxy Watch we felt we had to see if it offered any benefit to the average biker. A month old preorder miraculously snatched us the item 2 days before public release - here's what we found...
More Featured News
Tweets by @bikeland_org
In Our Forums