It’s becoming apparent Yamaha wants to see you naked. Well, sitting on a naked sportbike at the very least as it rolls out yet another high adrenaline video promoting its FZ-07 and FZ-09.
There’s a lot to be said about the bikers and the motorcycles at Daytona Bike Week. But not everyone at the legendary rally is there for fun. Harley-Davidson used one of its videos to feature a motorcycle police officer.
A few weeks ago, Clutch and Chrome reported on a marketing effort by Honda aimed at younger riders or even the ‘hipper’ would-be bikers.
One of the discussion points that came out of Clutch and Chrome’s interview with Sturgis Buffalo Chip Founder Rod Woodruff was the campground becoming as well-known as the legendary rally itself.
In this motorcycle age of small is beautiful, the FZ-09 is leading the way for Yamaha and its affordable motorcycle line. Today’s video pick walks viewers through just how much bang they for their biker buck.
As of right now, there are three types of bikers; those who would like to go to Daytona Bike Week, riders who are going and enthusiasts who ask ‘What’s Daytona Bike Week?’ This video pick is for all three!
Clutch and Chrome has gone slightly off-road with the last video pick, staying away from flash and roar. We’re folllwing in that groove with the latest choice, a walk-through Triumph’s Street Cup.
Motorcycles by their very nature are many things to many people. That thought sort of sums up today’s motorcycle video pick from Energica, the Italian electric bike builder.
Funny, classic or simply high-energy. Regardless of what a biker rides, motorcycle commercials stir the two-wheeled passions.
Although YouTube is full of them, Clutch and Chrome doesn’t feature many motorcycle accident videos on the website or for our video picks. Sometimes however, an exception should be made.
Harley-Davidson doesn’t want to be the one telling riders how awesomely powerful the legendary Screamin’ Eagle accessories are, they brought together a group of well-known (sort-of) bikers to do the job.
Sometimes the best things in life are the most obvious. Such is the case for our video pick, seen during the Superbowl which uses motorcycle stereotypes to make its point.
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.
Leaving the asphalt behind for dirt trails and making their own roads is something more and more riders are doing. Adventure motorcycles are growing in popularity and with today’s video pick, it’s easy to see why.
An ultimate win in marketing motorcycles is our fun video pick to round out this interesting biker-week as two stars ‘rode’ onto the set of show Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote a new movie.
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’.