After nearly 25 years, IronWorks Magazine closes its doors. On the plus side, we're giving away a free motorcycle subscription. Have a look!Read More »
We don't often care for things with four wheels, but this video of a 12 tonne distribution truck taking on medieval streets and charging bulls was too good not to share.Read More »
What would sex be like as a motorcycle ride? Moreover, with so many types of motorcycles, would it not change depending on, uh, what you were riding? Our Russian friends decided to answer that question.Read More »
“I think the passion to have fun when you ride is the most important thing.” – Valentino Rossi. Since 1972, Dainese, the producer of motorcycle gear and extreme sports wear, has been kicking ass in typical Italian fashion. Dainese’s been ...Read More »
Paraplegic Rides Again on a Trike In 2011, while working in the motorcycle industry I met Andrew Richards of Trike Zone, a motorcycle dealership in Edmonton, Alberta. Two years later I was in my home in Toronto when I happened ...Read More »
I’ll only admit I grew up on Sesame Street and absolutely love watching their parodies on YouTube. Should I be embarrassed about that? I hope not, because I really, really, don’t feel any shame about this. So there I was ...Read More »
You get a lot of looks riding a motorcycle in a dress suit and your high top Converse chucks. I didn't always used to ride like this though, like many riders, I went through an ATGATT phase once. All The Gear, All The Time. That was a long time ago. One day I realized it went against all of the reasons I love riding.Read More »
Whenever I hear from people about YouMotorcycle they seem generally surprised and grateful for the information here and it's presentation on the site. Emails from total strangers leave me feeling flattered. Sure, some people complain as well, but every subculture has its stuck-in-the-past scooterista with all of the mirrors. There's one thing I hear whenever I talk to advertisers though. They almost unanimously mention YouMotorcycle is a great looking site. They advertise and send samples here because the site looks good and reviews come out looking great. There's just one problem...Read More »
Let's face it: it doesn't take anything to stand on the soap box and declare yourself awesome. Anyone can talk the talk, but it takes a special something to live up to the hype. I'm not sure if that something is confidence, coolness, or cojones. Maybe it's planning, perservearance, and practice. Maybe greatness is the sum of a whole lot of things aligning just right for you, like all of the gears turning in synch in your favorite motorcycle motor.
You're about to watch an incredible motorcycle stunting video with over five million hits. It's titled "Bikers Are Awesome", and as far as I'm concerned it lives up to the hype. The three riders (Jeremy Merires, Thomas Sagnier, Kevin Parussini) from Switch Riders are incredibly talented. They exhibit a tremendous amount of balance, control, precision, and timing. This isn't just a motorcycle stunting video, it's the benchmark for all motorcycle stunting videos to come.
I've never been to Boston, but just like any citizen of North America, I have my ties to city, and to the Boston Marathon.
Once upon a time, back in the 1980s, a young doctor delivered a baby to a happy couple. Through no fault of the doctor, the baby was born quite ugly. The new mother told the new grandmother: "Ma, I had the baby, but he's ugly. He looks like an old chinese man." That isn't to say that old chinese men are ugly, because George Takei is a rock star. In this case, however, the baby was ugly. The doctor's name was Jean Marmoreo, and the ugly baby's name was me.