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Depending where you live the weather outside is starting to look a little frightful. That must mean the holiday season is upon us. While finding the perfect gift is often an agonizing experience, if you've got a motorcyclist in your life things are much easier. After all, no motorcyclist has everything they want real life (money) tends to get in way sometimes.
To make your shopping experience even easier, we've put together the ultimate holiday gift guide for the two-wheeled fanatic on your nice list. But we didn't just whip... [Read More]
This fall I was invited to ride a newly created motorcycle route in the Explorers' Edge region of Ontario, Canada, with three other riders.
There's little better than a long beautiful route with great riding compadres. Showing up to a group ride where you don't know someone's riding style (whether the group is big or small) can be daunting. But when you get a good crew together, it can be better than the best solo ride.
After a short hiatus, the Suzuki Gladius returns for 2013 with a new name - the SFV650. The unfaired, mid-displacement standard is mechanically identical to its predecessor, though it comes in a more color scheme and a higher price tag.