Las Vegas police receive electric bikes

Many organizations are embracing green technology, and the Las Vegas Police Department is the latest to take the plunge after a donation from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). In an effort to help the department go green, the CEA donated seven Vectrix electric bikes to the department, which retail for around $10,000 each. The Las […]

“Bionic” accessories emphasize safety

For riders who are especially concerned about safety, sometimes motorcycle helmets might not be enough. That’s why Alpinestars has developed the Bionic Neck Support for those who want to take that extra precautionary step. The Bionic Neck Support fits around the neck and underneath the helmet. According to the company, wearing this protective accessory will […]

Vaquero joins “bagger” lineup

Riders who favor longer journeys need a bike that will be able to handle the trials and tribulations of the road while also storing their gear comfortably and easily. This is why many riders favor “baggers,” or bikes that come with built-in saddlebags that can store plenty of items. Motorcycle Cruiser reports that the bagger […]

ATV trails at center of New York lawsuit

A lawsuit filed by a Lowville, New York, woman has touched off a major battle over the rights of ATV riders in upstate New York. The Watertown Daily Times reports that Rose V. Pettit filed a lawsuit in February arguing that one of the current trails designated for ATV use violated state laws because it […]

Dakar Rally kicks off – but not in Dakar

The first major motorsports event of 2011 is underway, as the 2011 Dakar Rally opened the new year with a massive race across South America. This famous road rally is in its 33rd year, although the past three races has seen a radical change in venue. The race originally started in Paris, France, with the […]