Ben Bostrom Tops Miami Test

Now that the AMA Superbike series is officially underway, it seems as if the riders are almost always on the track. Just a few days after the last race ended, the Superbike competitors were at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Florida for early testing. Although Blake Young ended the first day of testing on top of the […]

Captain America Bikes To Be Sold Off At Chicago Comic Con

A number of motorcycles used in the film “Captain America” will soon be hitting the auction block, according to The Wall Street Journal. Profiles in History is auctioning off three modified motorcycles from the film, including a custom Harley-Davidson ridden by the Captain himself. The Harley has been heavily modified and retrofitted to look like […]

AACA Museum Presents Collection Of 1970s Off-Road Bikes

The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum recently announced its next major motorcycle exhibit – “Dusty Jewels: Off-Road Motorcycles of the 1970s,” which will open to the public on April 3. The museum, located in Hershey, Pennsylvania, will showcase more than 20 off-road motorcycles from the era where riding on two wheels was at […]

Harley-Davidson’s Head Of Design To Retire Next Month After 49 Years

Harley-Davidson, Inc. will soon bid farewell to longtime employee Willie G. Davidson. Willie G., as he is known to his coworkers, was named after his grandfather and co-founder of Harley-Davidson William Davidson, so his ties to the motorcycling company run deeper than most. The 78-year-old has spent nearly 50 years as the company’s chief styling […]

Die-Hard Motorcycle Enthusiasts Can Ride In Style All The Way To Their Graves

Joerg Grossman, a German motorcycle enthusiast, decided that a traditional hearse would not cut the mustard for a biker funeral and designed a motorcycle-based funeral vehicle. The Associated Press reports that Grossman started with a Kawasaki and added a sidecar fit to carry a coffin. He now has a patent for his design and 10 […]