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With an overactive imagination and skills to back that imagination, Karl Renolt seeks to build a custom bike like no other. When his client Kevin came to him, requesting a Honda CX500 with a well put together folder of photos and diagrams, the enigmatic frenchman,...

If you have ever had to call your buddy to pick you up because your bike will not start these tips on how to start your bike will prevent you from having to make that embarrassing call again.   First things first, always check your battery to...

In an effort to remind automobile drivers to be aware of motorcycles sharing the road this summer, the Colorado Department of Transportation has initiated a new radio campaign. The messages feature the burly voices of several motorcyclists singing songs such as "Somebody's Watching Me" and...

Catching the industry by surprise, Norton announced they are considering building a high-end V4 that will go up against well-known superbikes like the Ducati 1299 Panigale. A Norton board official said they have wanted to put together a V4 superbike for several years. However, they...

In a recent survey completed by Harris Poll for Erie Insurance Company, motorcycle riders shared their pet peeves about drivers of other vehicles, fellow motorcycle riders, and mistakes new motorcyclists often make. One pet peeve of motorcycle riders is that new riders make several errors on...

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