Since 2005, motorcyclists in Toronto have enjoyed free parking. It was a move made by city hall almost ten years ago to encourage downtown commuters to take more traffic efficient means of transportation. In August 2014 alone the city approved ...Read More »
We normally pride ourselves on posting top quality informative content for those who take motorcycling as a way of life …but… I bet this pug does a better V-Twin cruiser impression than you do! In other (much more important) news ...Read More »
In 2009 two blossoming motorcycle websites made an impression on me. One was Jasper Bram’s Helmet Hair Blog. The other was Trent Reker’s bikerMetric. Bram always seemed to have his finger on the pulse of exactly what was cool, trending, ...Read More »
Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada has once again partnered with the Movember in support of men's health. That means you've got a chance to Win a Free Harley-Davidson Street 750, one of the first of these motorcycles to arrive in Canada.
Deeley's been taking the Movember partnership seriously. Over the past three years, the H.D. network (associates, retailers, and H.O.G. Members) have contributed over $500,000 in support of the campaign. Nice!
There’s a new four part video series out that compares motorcycles vs. cars at the track. The series is a collaboration between Evo Magazine and Bike Social, looking at the friendly rivalry between the biking and car community. Two Wheels ...Read More »
Got a comment in from Ronald H. Ronald decided it was time to get back riding again after a 25 year hiatus. He turned to a motorcycle training school thinking that it was the right move to help him get ...Read More »
Another sweet summer weekend has come and gone. If you've been offline for the past 72 hours while out riding (as you should have been), here's what you missed:Read More »
Because greatness isn’t about a golden throne, expensive bling or even the number one spot on the podium.Read More »
Generally we like the feedback we get from the site. Unfortunately, we get some strange emails sent in sometimes too. Like the one that bicycle freak Michael K. sent us.
Michael has a website dedicated to his happiness of bicycle riding. This may or may not have something to do with why he can't seem to understand what skulls and wings have to do with motorcycling. He seemed to imply that the use of skulls and wings in the YouMotorcycle logo was "perhaps for your blog to appear "bad ass" enough to entice the "tattoo crowd"?"
Michael, the truth is about to set you free. Skulls and wings have as much to do with motorcycling, as squished manhood and one piece spandex unitards have to do with bicycling. In fact, skulls and wings have been tied to motorcycling for generations already. Allow me to explain...