Honda Restarts Motorcycle Production In Thailand

Honda has been in trouble this year with regards to production, as it had to deal with the fallout from the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. Although the factory returned to its normal schedule in October, another crisis popped up when Thailand began experiencing heavy flooding. Honda only has a small number of factories in Thailand, […]

Tech Tips – Hour Meters: The Clock’s Tickin’

Tech Tips - Hour Meters: The Clock’s Tickin’

What Time Is It? Time for You to Know! Today’s newer motorcycles and ATVs are highly sophisticated machines. Many have surprising amounts of computing power; that’s needed to manage advanced fuel-injection systems. And dealer technicians can plug in diagnostic devices to read exactly what your vehicle has been doing. But chances are, you don’t have […]

Bikers To Ride Cross-Country For 9/11 Victims

Ken Nacke and his brother Louis always talked about hitting the road on their motorcycles and seeing the country together. “We always wanted to see Mount Rushmore, Yosemite, Yellowstone,” Ken told the San Francisco Examiner. “That kind of stuff is what we planned to do.” Unfortunately for Ken, his brother died before the trip could […]

IIHS Calls For Mandatory Motorcycle Helmet Laws

The IIHS is a non-profit organization funded by insurance companies and dedicated to cutting down on accidents. The group is highly-regarded for their “top safety picks” in both the automotive and motorcycle worlds (although they have faced some criticism from the American Motorcyclist Association in the past). The IIHS recently submitted a report to the […]

Sturgis Brings in Money for South Dakota

The annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota draws thousands of bikers from all across the country, and the yearly gathering has a positive effect on the locals who live in Sturgis year-round. In fact, the Sturgis mayor recently gave the annual “State of the Rally” event, which revealed some details about how this year’s […]