Regardless of what type of riding a motorcycle video covers, sometimes something slightly different is completely refreshing. This is the case with this off-road video across the Himalayas.
Generally speaking, Clutch and Chrome doesn’t feature motorcycle videos about riders crashing, but we came across one that needs to be watched on several levels.
Old motorcycle footage is just fun to watch, but what about the early motorcycle safety stuff?
A name as famous for being a gearhead as he is a star, Jay Leno loves anything mechanical including motorcycles.
The curious side of motorcyclists might want to know more about the phrase ‘café racer’ which has come to proliferate our two-wheeled world over the last year.
The thought of riding a motorcycle across some exotic foreign land has crossed every bikers mind.
The latest motorcycle video from Ducati highlights its latest two-wheeled adventure, the new Multistrada 1200 Enduro.
Harley-Davidson has released the video of the memorable ride around Daytona International Speedway taken by First Responders and Military Personnel.
Ducati have used a sixty second video to highlight the new performance exhaust on the Panigale.
Proving its new motorcycle is more than a sexy ride, Victory uses its new Octane to break a two-wheeled world record and this is how it was done.
Polaris Slingshot and Mad Media have unveiled the highly anticipated performance driving video, SlingshotX.
Motorcycles have long been a worldwide passion. While the United States may have taken the lead in what the two-wheeled lifestyle ‘looks’ like in popular culture over the last century, motorcycles are found in every corner of the globe.
Many of the choices in Clutch and Chrome’s video picks have rocking music, quick cuts in action and of course, eye-catching motorcycles.
It’s every biker’s nightmare, something happening to their favorite ride and being helpless to stop it.
Indian Motorcycles quite rightly enjoys shining light, and reminding the riding world in the process, of its rich motorcycle history.
The humble motorcycle rode many miles on different roads over 2015. One of the more notable trends would be manufacturers following the route of making their motorcycle as much about a lifestyle as they are the ride.
Many riders refer to their motorcycle passion as two-wheeled therapy, something to help cruise away everyday stresses and problems.
It feels like Clutch and Chrome is writing about Ducati’s new XDiavel quite a bit lately. Understand, we don’t write this as a complaint of any sorts, more and indication of how lucky we are to do what we do.
The latest opportunity to write about the Italian motorcycle manufacturer’s ride into the cruiser world came when the very first XDiavel rode off the production line.
Widely speculated in motorcycle press for months and formally introduced at the EICMA 2015 in November, the XDiavel grabbed two-wheeled headlines as well as roaring away as winner of the ‘Most beautiful bike of the show’.
With nothing being accidental, the X in its name refers to the union of two different worlds, the cruiser world which is characterized by low speeds, highly relaxing rides and long journeys mixed together with the world of Ducati with its Italian style, technical refinement and the highest levels of performance.
What else is there to do when promoting such a revolutionary motorcycle than to produce a very cool motorcycle video?
The XDiavel enjoys its own little corner of the web and it’s easy to see what image Ducati wants to paint for this cruiser. Indeed, the immediate phrase visitors are greeted with is 'The gentleman, The bastard', which we're assuming indicates its mixed background.
The XDiavel and XDiavel S versions of the new Ducati cruiser will be available at Ducati Dealership starting from February 2016.