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Google Maps Motorcycle Mode

The concept of the motorcycle mode for Google Maps has been available in certain jurisdictions since July 2018. It was first released to Southeast Asia, where motorcycling is the most common way of transportation. However, it has been confirmed that Google will be releasing that Motorcycle Mode for the Middle East and North Africa Regions […]

Marquez Injures Shoulder During Testing

There is nothing more terrifying than following off a motorcycle at any rate of speed. Unfortunately, Marc Marquez had to experience this horrendous situation on November 26th during a testing session. The MotoGP Racer was testing the new ’20-Spec RC213V Motorcycle in the morning. There were several damp patches littered throughout the track, where Marque […]

Norton Motorcycles Begin Crowdfunding Campaign

Norton Motorcycles, one of the longest standing manufacturers of bikes in Britain, announced that they have started a crowdfunding campaign. This comes after rumours circulating online indicated that Norton Motorcycles was losing percentages on yearly profits. This hasn’t stopped the manufacturer from working towards new solutions that will enable them to continue operations. This corporation […]

SEAT Creating New Urban Mobility Options

SEAT, one of the largest urban mobility corporations worldwide, has announced their strengthening their commitment to eco-friendly transportation. This commitment will extend to the development of two new products, a fully electric scoot and motorcycle, which is slated for release in 2020. This announcement came after an official presentation at the Barcelona Smart City Expo […]

Motorbike Speed Attempts and Records

To claim a land speed record on two wheels, it will have to be attempted twice over a fixed length of a mile or a kilometre in opposite directions on the same day. These are the requirements of AMA National Land Speed Records. The FIM Land Speed World Records requires the same as the AMA, […]

Indian Motorcycles

The first Indian motorcycles were produced in 1901 in Springfield in Massachusetts by Hendee Manufacturing Company. In 1923 the name was changed to Indian Motorcycle Manufacturing Company. The Indian motorbikes were impressive from the start, but, by taking the first three places in the 1911 Isle of Man TT, popularity soared, and Indian became the […]

Touring Canada by Bike

For those who are going to cross the border into Canada, going through customs can be easy. These days using a car licence to get through is not enough, but your passport will suffice. Be careful of what you take with you; firearms are out. You will be asked the standard questions, such as where […]

Motorbikes from Russia and Europe

The motorcycle brand most famous across the European continent is the Ural, which was made in Russia in the latter half of the 1920s. Nearly 11 million have been manufactured. The first Soviet bike to be exported to the Netherlands and the British Isles was the Planeta Sport, which has proved to be a winner. […]

Riding Australia

Australia is, geographically, one of the biggest countries in the world, just behind the USA and Canada, but with a tiny population of twenty-five million. Anyone wishing to ride Australia must be aware of the cast distances between towns. Closer to the coast, where most people live, the lengths are not as high. A traveller […]

The World’s Best Motorbike Riders

No. 1 Giacomo Agostini Giacomo Agostini was born in Italy in 1942 and is one of the greatest motorcycle riders ever to hit the track. His records include eight wins at the 500cc world Championships and sixty-eight other Grand Prix races. His first claim to fame was when he won the National Motorcycle championships in […]

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