On the continuing road of breaking out of its superbike mold, not only did Ducati take its new cruiser to the legendary Sturgis rally, it let famous bike builder Roland Sands give his take on the XDiavel.
The motorcycle practice of lane-splitting continues its ride through the California legislature bringing the much discussed biker-practice closer to legal acceptance.
Harley-Davidson set a new record at the 76th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, but instead of using the latest model or tweaked bike, the famous manufacturer played cupid in a unique marriage ceremony.
Everyone can feel it, bikers, vendors and even officials note there are less bikers at Sturgis in 2016 than last year. Ironically, officials are happy with what they’re seeing.
As much as there is to see at the legendary motorcycle event, some sights are not expected at Sturgis such as models from Ducati. That is until this year and the upcoming event.
As of the time of publishing, a motorcycle gang of famous faces are taking to the open road to raise awareness and funds for HIV/AIDS and charities.
Motorcycles continue to ride into membership-only warehouse club’s with Polaris bringing their Slingshot moto-roadster to Costco members for the first time.
A company touting cutting edge helmet technology has apparently come to the end of the road. At least for now, motorcycle dreams of owning the latest, greatest innovations for Skully Helmets have been snatched away.
If EagleRider has anything to do with it, attendees of the upcoming motorcycle event, the 76th Annual Sturgis Rally should get ready to have a conversation about commitment. But don’t panic, it’s of the two-wheeled variety.