As Clutch and Chrome starts to ride out the footage we shot during our time at Sturgis late last year, it’s a double video pick.
Today’s motorcycle video pick shows two things; Ducati loves to market its brand and Clutch and Chrome doesn’t have the most patient staff.
To give an idea of just how fascinated the non-riders are with our motorcycle world, we present a video produced by the Wall Street Journal.
There are a lot of things that go into picking our motorcycle video of the day, but sometimes we just say ‘Screw it’. The right rock music and the sound of a roaring engine and we’re sold!
If readers need any more proof that the world of motorcycles is heading off road, we humbly point to Clutch and Chrome’s video pick, which features another adventure bike.
Whether a fan of Harley-Davidson or not, Tuesday August 23rd was a big day in the world of motorcycles with the debut of the American manufacturer’s new Milwaukee-Eight engine.
A new video highlighting its new Speed Triple caps an awesome week for the British motorcycle manufacturer, Triumph.
The fact that motorcycle ideas and products are being shown at CES speaks volumes to how technologically advanced bikes have become. A mind-blowing example of this comes from Honda, subtly named ‘Riding Assist motorcycle’.
Sometimes the best motorcycle videos are those which, though they may leave the viewer wondering what is happening, the emotions and passion behind what’s being seen is completely understood.
There’s a certain style about Yamaha’s motorcycle commercials that take us to a riding world that can only be described as a two-wheeled utopia.