Most of us could write the article; “The Dangers of buying a used Motorcycle” with conviction. Perhaps the young dip stick in love with a Suzuki TS 250, examined in the dark basement of a disreputable retailer. Or the treasure ...Read More »
Once upon a time, anything with a set of saddlebags thrown over it was called a Bagger. It could’ve been an inline four with a batwing Vetter fairing, all the way down to a lowly single. It didn’t much matter. ...Read More »
Newsflash This evening I’ll be picking up a new 2015 Honda Gold Wing from F6B from Honda Canada for a week-long test ride. Yep, we’re taking out the F6B, first launched in 2013, and not the Gold Wing ABS, as I had announced ...Read More »
On Monday, May 25th, I’ll be test riding a 2015 Honda Gold Wing GL1800 from Honda Canada. On Wednesday, May 27th, Amanda and I will be two-up riding to Georgian Bay in search of Ontario beauty. Along our way we’ll be ...Read More »
Remember that time when I said that 300cc motorcycles may very well be replacing 250cc as the new standard base model in North America? Here’s further evidence.Read More »
Since it debuted as a road bike in 1975, the Honda Gold Wing has gone on to define what it means to be a top-of-the-line touring bike for nearly three decades. It has set the standard for two-passenger long-distance cruising, becoming one of the most popular bikes of all time. Offering an unmatched combination of power, comfort and agility, it continues to delight its riders to this day.Read More »
A collection of the best motorcycle pictures from other blogs, creative commons images, and all over the internet for this week.Read More »
Honda is one of the more popular and successful motorcycle brands. The company has a storied tradition of innovating for both on-road and off-road performance. In fact, it's not unusual for certain Honda motorcycles to be seen as the bar by which other motorcycles in their respective class are measured.
What's the best Honda motorcycle of all time? Two Hondas that come to mind immediately are the 1987 Honda CBR600 F1 Hurricane which set the bar for sportbike motorcycling, and the 1969 Honda CB750, which set the new standard for motorcycles and is widely recognized as a classic.
This question jumped into my mind at 5 AM. So much for getting any sleep tonight. Think about your motorcycle. Now think about your dream motorcycle. Now look back at your motorcycle. It's not your dream bike, is it? Maybe you don't even have a dream motorcycle. Maybe you have a list of a few you'd really. I know I do.
I've been riding for 6 years now. In that short time I've owned 11 motorcycles or scooters. I've owned everything from a stable of midsize cruises, to a heavily modified 1990 Honda Hawk GT650 N, to a couple two-stroke scooters. I'm still trying to get it right, but along the way I'm learning what I like, what I dislike, what I keep coming back to, and why.
The only question left for you and I now, reader, is what are we going to ride next?
One day, Worth "E.T." Cadenhead decided to follow us on Twitter. It must've been a really slow news day because I asked if he'd like to do an interview on the site. Well, it turns out this resident Texan motorcyclist and motorcycle dealership worker is a little more interesting than his profile mug shot makes him seem!
Worth talks of growing up on bikes, motorcycle riding adventures, the Gypsy Motorcycle Club, and making the switch from cruiser to a sport bike that sportbikers don't actually consider a sport bike. Check it out: