In one of the opening nights of Daytona Bike Week, Victory Motorcycles took over a well-known bar on a famous street but more importantly, they grabbed motorcycle headlines with a new world record.
During an interview with Clutch and Chrome at Daytona Bike Week, legendary motorcycle designer Rick Fairless noted his work was more than colorfully painted choppers. To make the point, we stood in front of his latest effort, a special Fairless-designed 2016 Polaris Slingshot.
It seems Ducati fans, and of course those who work at the Italian motorcycle manufacturer, can breathe a sigh of relief at the breaking news its parent company has no plans to sell off the famous bike brand.
Riding enthusiasts have the opportunity to own a slice of antique, two-wheeled luxury as well the opportunity to roar through the pages of history, all thanks to a motorcycle auction.
For bikers heading to the 75th Annual Daytona Bike Week, add another item to the must see list.
As with the finely tuned motorcycles they build, the North American division of BMW release updated sales numbers precisely every month, sometimes with good news sometimes not.
When a liquidation company bought Eric Buell Racing out of bankruptcy in mid-January, many in the motorcycle industry thought it was the end of the manufacturing road for a well-loved name.
What’s the quickest way to grab a biker’s attention? Mention custom motorcycles and knowing this Harley-Davidson rides out its Custom Kings Customization Contest.
Its official, Ducati have named four days over the summer which will be considered as ‘Days of Joy’ and to celebrate, they will be everything Scrambler.