Which American city is the absolute worse to ride through? Which are the most enjoyable for some saddle time? Wonder no more, we have the scientific answers.
The latest, and in some ways, greatest news for riders, not only are motorcycle thefts continuing to fall when taking a long-term look, stolen bikes are increasingly being recovered.
If it feels like America’s highways are becoming more like ancient arenas where gladiators fought to the death, statistics continue to come out proving as much.
Public roads are becoming a much more dangerous place. This is an obvious statement to motorcycle enthusiasts and appears to be validated by preliminary 2016 data from the National Safety Council.
Bikers wanting to lay down their hard-earned money for a new motorcycle would think dealerships would trip over themselves to help. A new survey finds it really depends on the motorcycle brand.
Coming on the heels of two U.S. studies around rider safety, the topic is also enjoying the spotlight at an annual motorcycle conference being held in Europe, in a way officially making it a worldwide concern.
Passionate opinions fill a void of facts in the discussion of helmets and motorcycle safety. Between a recent nationwide study and a new report focusing on Michigan, that void is quickly being filled with cold hard data.
A much-awaited report about traffic fatalities has been released with final numbers breaking a 5-decade declining trend. The bad news for bikers, motorcycles are leading the deadly increases.
Opening up the legal world of lane-splitting, California has effectively opened the road to motorcyclists in a landmark law that could be seen in other States.
The motorcycle practice of lane-splitting continues its ride through the California legislature bringing the much discussed biker-practice closer to legal acceptance.