Rally Connex will be hosting off-road training classes sponsored by Studio Cycle Group and Husqvarna Canada on Saturday May 6th, Sunday May 7th, and Saturday May 13th, 2017. Each class will consist of classroom sessions, in field training sessions, and trail rides. Saturday May 6th’s training class ...Read More »
James Bishop sent us in his Suzuki DR650 SE Review this morning, it’s based off of the 2007 model, but a lot of it still rings true. Those interested in the used motorcycle market will appreciate James’ honesty in reviewing ...Read More »
According to mechanic, most of the time when dirt bikes require shop service, it’s because the owners failed to have scheduled maintenance done. In most cases, the basic upkeep required to keep the machines running in tip-top condition had been ...Read More »
The Worst Motorcycles of 2013: The Negative Nancy Report Special post by resident guest blogger Happy Gilmore
Each January you’re filled with a renewed sense of possibility. A new year, a new you. You boast to your friends and co-workers that you’re going to be shaving 20lbs, quit smoking and open that savings account. As January becomes February you can’t stand to face yourself in the mirror each morning as you’ve gained 5lbs, smoke a pack a day and you’ve just received a past-due notice for an unpaid credit card bill. Have a no fear though, you aren’t alone.
Around this same time of year the motorcycle show circuit has been across Canada and all over the United States. 2013 is packed with new entry-level rides, fancy new scooters, shiny new dual purpose motorcycles and so much more. But you’ll probably notice that there are a few bikes that you’ve seen before, and might be looking a little tired. Or you might have noticed one or two bikes that you scratch your head about thinking “What? Who is going to buy that?”
Broken-down by motorcycle category, like a list of unfulfilled resolutions, I have compiled my opinion for the worst motorcycles available this year. Feel free to disagree; in fact, I encourage it.
Motorcycle sales increased for the first time in a year when comparing January 2012 to January 2011. The increases were led by the street category with over an 8% unit increase. Other increases/decreases vs Jan. 2011: Dual sports up 10% ...Read More »