The URBAN RIDER is Josh Hill. Watch our boy rip through an abandoned waterpark in Palm Springs on his fully electric bike.
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Peter Fonda knows the precise moment he dreamt up the idea for Easy Rider, the groundbreaking biker drama that helped rev up an American filmmaking movement when it was released in theaters 50 years ago on July 14, 1969.
The actor, now 79, was attending a film exhibition convention in Canada on Sept. 26, 1967 to promote his new LSD-fueled Roger Corman-Jack Nicholson film The Trip. Jack Valenti, the head of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) who was quickly developing a reputation as “morals watchdog” as … More
Whether you’re a chopper lady, a Harley-Davidson diva, into classic café racers, a sport bike girl, or an adventure rider, there are riding clubs, tours, training camps and rallies popping up around the globe to appeal to a noticeable growing trend — women motorcyclists.
Wallops Island resident Liz “Lizzie” Yontz started out riding a 454 Kawasaki in 1987, “which I rode from Pennsylvania to Tennessee two weeks after getting my motorcycle license,” she said.
She has evolved into a … More