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Category : July 2016


The Gentrification of the Canadian Motorcycle Shop

There seems to be a growing trend in Canada’s motorcycle scene thanks to a hipper, more affluent younger crowd Story by Trevor Marc Hughes Photos by Trevor Marc Hughes I doubt I’m writing about breaking news: you’ve likely noticed the…

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Utah’s Mighty 5

From vast expanses of desert to massive, jagged spires of red sandstone, Utah offers some of the most diverse riding in North America Story and photos by Jeff Davison The sign read Zion National Park. But the double-wide lineup of…

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2016 Indian Scout

Living up to Expectations

Can this returning icon live up to expectations of the brand, and those of the multiple generations of riders born since it last departed? Story by Marcus Martellacci Photos by Glenn Roberts Unfortunately, I’ve never ridden an original Scout. I…

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Atlantic Motorsport Park

It takes many volunteers and good connections to convert a forest to Eastern Canada’s premier road-race track Story by Greg Williams Photos: Robert Mann, John Clark, Dave Baker, Colin Fraser, Pat Doherty, John Kempster, Dave Munroe With the wind soughing…

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Heaven in the Hudson River Valley

A magical place where motorcycling on a twisting network of roads mingles with a spirit that touches your soul Story and photos by Liz Jansen From the Hudson River, the dense forests covering the ancient Adirondack and Catskill Mountains appear…

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Ducati Multistrada review

Adventure Italian Style

Ducati’s new 158 hp Enduro is designed to take you places no other Ducati has gone before Story by Costa Mouzouris Photos by Milagro Ducati is getting serious about adventure touring. The Multistrada 1200, introduced in 2010, was the company’s…

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