I could tell you how many amazing places there are to visit in San Francisco, but I’d rather talk about what’s outside of the city, because it’s really not much fun being stuck in city traffic all day. Here is ...Read More »
MotoGP fans start your engines! Wait. Not a diehard race fan? Well, here is YouMotorcycle’s quick update to get just about anyone up to speed as to where the 2013 MotoGP standings are at right now. For those of you ...Read More »
Taking a look at the most dangerous motorcycle roads in the world.Read More »
An eye-opening look at motorcycle and scooter racing in the Philippines, the bikes used, the racing organizations, and the differences between Moto GP style events and these grassroots motorcycle racing organizations just starting to take off.Read More »
Scott Kolb's been working on a 125cc motorcycle for the past seven years. His goal: to be the first person to take a 125cc motorcycle up to 200 miles per hour.
200 miles. That's 321 kilometers. The fastest I've ever seen a 125cc motorcycle go is about 140 km/hr (87 mph). That's less than half. Scott Kolb's mission is to take a 125cc motorcycle and make it go two and a third times faster than it's meant to. Flashback to the World's Fastest Indian, anyone?
Last week we showed you the Dainese trilogy of Isle of Man TT videos. In the past we've shown your our pics of the best Isle of Man TT videos, here's one more video, released yesterday but Monster energy drink.Read More »
Dainese put together a trilogy of videos about the Isle of Man TT. We've featured some of the best Isle of Man videos in the past, these three are great as well.Read More »
Some nights there are far too many hours between when the bar lets out and when the cemetery opens up. Those are the nights bad things can happen. Those are the nights when your best bet is calling up a ...Read More »
In 1987, more than two thousand motorcycle enthusiasts from the Vietnam Veterans Motorcycle Club, joined the founder, Corporal Ray Manzo at the Capitol Building in Washington DC to host an exciting motorcycle event dedicated to acknowledge war heroes. The event was named Rolling Thunder I.
Member Bob Schmitt imagined that the motorcycle rally would be like a sound of rolling thunder, giving birth to the rally's name. Not the most original, but it works, and this isn't a motorcycle rally to be taken lightly.
Some people laughed when I tell them about how I got a raise, and then stopped working in the motorcycle industry a few days later. Some people also laughed when I told them I got offered a job at another company that I didn't even apply to. Unfortunately this post isn't very funny, so you should probably stop reading it.
Long story short, I'm not going to go to work anymore, I'm just going to ride my motorcycles instead.