Itâ€™s not every day you get the opportunity to sit in a donut shop three miles above sea level and talk racing with real champions. If you do, Iâ€™d say jump at the chance. In my case, there was a whole lot more listening than actual talking, but you get the picture.
We had a pretty good idea that motorcycles would be setting new records in this yearâ€™s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, (the first five classes did!) but when Greg Tracy clocked 9:58.262 on his number 555 Ducati Multistrada, to crack the 10 minute barrier first, even the car drivers sat up started paying attentionÂ Â …Â More
It was hog heaven for local motorcycle enthusiasts as the Whitpain Township Parks and Recreation Department along with the Oily Pipes Motorcycle Club hosted the second annual Vintage Motorcycle Daze Aug. 4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The event featured more than 70 pre-1986 classic motorcycles of all colors and styles on display at Wentz Run Park, 1000 Anvil Lane, Blue Bell, along with different tables set up for a swap meet of spare parts, clothing and other bike accessories.
LCR Honda MotoGP’s Stefan Bradl gave San Francisco something to marvel at as he took his satellite Honda across Treasure Island and wound his way down Lombard Street, with some stunning OnBoard footage.
Honda is partly known for going its own way when it comes to design & engineering. The CB750, with its four cylinders and disc brake, the oval pistoned NR500, the patterns of small holes in their race bike fairings and the CBR900RRs bodywork, etc. The list is long, and the â€™12 CBR1000RR continues that trend, although not in as daring a manner as the NR, or the CB750. What it has could be considered less newsworthy than what it *doesnâ€™t* have. What am I going on about here? Read onâ€¦.
While the competition has added traction control, wheelie control, and ride modes, HondaÂ Â …Â More