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In the early days of motorcycling, Indian and Harley-Davidson began a decades-long battle. The first Indian motorcycle was created in 1901 while the first Harley-Davidson was born in 1903. Somewhere down the road an intense rivalry developed. Insults went from good natured to downright nasty. Owners of one brand wouldn’t associate with owners of the other.

However, rivalries can be a force for   …  Pictures and more

Three laps with Jeremy McWiliams at Ascari race Resort in Spain, riding a KTM 1290 Super Duke R Track Bike. Lots of Wheelies and spectacular onboard-action.

Inspired by Alex Chacon’s GoPro travels through the Pan American Trail. GoPro Production Artists James Kirkham and Zak Shelhamer join Alex in India on a journey from Jaipur to the highest road in the world, Khardung La.

“The motorist is a source of revenue,” says Richard Diamond. And it’s become his life’s obsession to change that.

By day, Diamond is the managing editor at The Washington Times. But by night, he is a relentless advocate for drivers. It started when he was 16 and got a speeding ticket from a California cop hiding in a speed trap. What Diamond considered an unfair tax and nasty constraint on his newfound mobile freedom has grated on him for 26 years. So Diamond launched into years of research on police ticketing strategies  … More

In February of 1967, a 1953 Triumph Tiger 100 motorcycle was stolen from a man’s backyard in Omaha, Nebraska. More than 45 years later, that same bike was found by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents at a Los Angeles port.

The bike had been on its way to Yokohama, Japan when   …  More

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