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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.

Riders wanting an expert opinion on one of the 2017 motorcycle models riding into showrooms for 2017 can enjoy a video review of Yamaha’s YZF-R3 from racing champion Josh Hayes.

Nostalgia may be a thing of the past, but nothing pulls at the human emotions more. Today’s video pick shows Honda knew just this when reintroducing their modern classic, the CB1100 EX.

There will be many motorcycle memories riders will take away from 2016, but a momentous landmark seemed to always be in the new or on the lips of bikers throughout the year, Ducati’s 90th anniversary.

With this being the last video pick from Clutch and Chrome before Christmas Day, there was never any hesitation what would be featured. Only a few years old, Harley-Davidson’s ‘The Miracle of Biker Claus’ is a modern classic.

Our motorcycle video pick of the day is as much about the well-known actor it features as it is the gorgeous ride.

Our motorcycle video pick of the day brings together frequently mentioned names on Clutch and Chrome, Café racers, Royal Enfield and Ace Café in London.

A cool new trend in online videos makes today’s motorcycle video pick of the day, virtual reality with nothing more than Youtube and a monitor.

With the holidays getting closer, Clutch and Chrome has the perfect way to reach out to biker-buddies using our video pick of the day.

The latest challenge taking over social media, participants freezing in place as if they were a mannequin, rides into our motorcycle world with a new video from Yamaha.

Imagine a high speed chase, but without the dramatic music or even roar of the over-revved engines. An advertising person did just that for Zero’s latest motorcycle video.

When reporting on Zero Motorcycle’s 2017 line-up, Clutch and Chrome used an amazing photograph that captures an electric bike zipping past a policeman holding a radar detector. It seems that picture had a whole story behind it, and the twist? The motorcycle cop is on a Zero motorcycle as well.

For riders of combustion engine motorcycles, which is 99.99% of us, seeing the power and handling coming from a pair of motorcycles but with hardly any sound will keep bikers watching and certainly in awe.

This is our silent but deadly video pick of the day. Who knew you could use that phrase for something else?

Motorcycle commercials have become what ads for constipation and Viagra once were. Everyone who uses the product is having such a great time and live an action-filled life.

The motorcycles featured in today’s motorcycle video pick are catching many a biker’s eye.

If two things were ever meant to go together, a Ural motorcycle and sidecar would be it. Not surprisingly, this combination is used to show exactly how to ride with a sidecar.

Tall rider? Today’s video pick looks at how Harley-Davidson is making time in the saddle more comfortable for the bigger bikers among us.

Nostalgia may be a thing of the past, but there is nothing sexier than a modern motorcycle enjoying a classic style. For this video pick we look to BMW Motorrad’s new R nineT Racer.

There are so many reasons why this video made it to our pick of the day. A famous biker the public can’t get enough of and the adage of ‘everyone wants to be a biker’ all comes to mind.

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Clutch and Chrome covers every aspect of the motorcycle lifestyle. Daily news, in-depth articles, reviews and anything that would interest a rider.

 

We not only produce our own motorcycle related videos but scour the internet to bring our readers the latest, greatest two-wheeled hits online.

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