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Post-War Contender

Matchless enjoyed a long history, but unfortunately fell from grace along with the rest of the British motorcycle empire Story by Graham Clayton Photos by Carl Kotevich and Graham Clayton In the early 1950s, lightweight 4-stroke singles were the preferred…

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Rocking the Red

A Friendly Competition at Big Red’s Expense Attacking a Gymkhana on a Honda Grom Story by Dustin A. Woods Photos by Dustin A. Woods and Kanishka Sonnadara It’s one of the most common phrases in motorcycling: “You meet the nicest…

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Breaking the speed record

Bonneville Salt Flats

Dance with the Diva Only the Salt has the Final Say Story and Photos by Neil Ingroville It was the third week in August and I was sitting poolside at a cheap hotel in Utah, surrounded by Germans talking motorcycling…

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Featured Bike X132 Hellcat Speedster

Confederate X132 Hellcat Speedster

From Hollywood A-listers to rock icons, the X132 Hellcat Speedster is popular with

No Comments / 291 View / June 1, 2015

Close Competition in Wide Open Spaces

Long-lasting friendships, long days in the saddle and relatively easy riding — at least for this Paris to Dakar veteran — make Rally Mongolia an experience not soon forgotten Story by Lawrence Hacking Photos by SSER I was faced with…

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Ride for Rash

Sometimes you have to keep that ride promise, no matter what Story & Photos by Terry Sowden Just a few years back, my brothers and I formed a family motorcycle club. We call it the Amibros MC, and in truth,…

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The Mongrel

“This rig is the best-handling bike I’ve ever owned,” claimed Steve McQueen Story by Ron Keys Photos by Ron Keys, Gerry Lisi archives In a flash, the airborne green-and-silver motorcycle thunders past, landing with an earth-shaking thud. Power on, the…

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Taglioni’s First Street Desmo

Born of a passion for performance that continues to this day Story and Photos by Graham Clayton Ducati is the only motorcycle manufacturer to ever produce and sell street bikes powered by desmodromic engines. Such engines were originally built strictly…

No Comments / 755 View / April 1, 2015

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