Kawasaki, BMW, recalling several bikes

Kawasaki and BMW are both recalling several models for motorcycle parts issues that the companies say could increase the risk of an accident. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, some Kawi Vulcans manufactured from between 2009-2010 may have a faulty engine control unit. If a rider is coasting with the clutch pulled in, […]

TTXGP will return to Infineon in 2011, with changes

The inaugural season of TTXGP, the first electric motorcycle Grand Prix, is in the books, but the company is already looking ahead to next year. One of the earliest announcements about the 2011 season is that TTXGP will return to Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, California, as part of the West Coast Moto Jam. The West […]

National Scooter Company thinking big

The National Scooter Company has recently relocated to Austin, Texas, but hopes to become the largest electric scooter and bike supplier in the country within the next few years. Austin offered the company $235,000 in incentives to relocate to the city, according to the Austin American-Statesman. The company accepted, but the new location has CEO […]

Protection and flexibility from the SIDI Crossfire SRS

Anyone who has ridden dirt bikes know that purchasing a good pair of boots is one of the keys to being comfortable and safe when riding. Feet are used often in dirt bike racing, and buying a protective boot can go a long way. The new SIDI Crossfire SRS is widely considered to be one […]

Victory: No new models, but some major changes

The Victory motorcycle brand is an old favorite, especially among fans of cruiser motorcycles. This year’s announcement that there would be no new Victory models may have disappointed some fans, but there are some major changes coming to the brand for the 2011 model year. While the bikes will still retain most of the design […]