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Energica And Apache Custom Motorcycles Unveil Midnight Runner Electric Cafe Racer

Today, at the Motorbike Expo di Verona Energica unveiled the Midnight Runner. The result of a collaboration between Energica and Apache Custom Motorcycles, the project looked to combine the talents between two very different companies. The Midnight Runner started life as an Energica Eva, where Apache then transformed the bike into what you see here. The bike will be at the Motor Bike Expo, Verona (Italy) until Sunday at Pav. 4 Booth 21N.                              

2017 Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Team Presentation

Yamaha officially presented its 2017 factory MotoGP team, introducing riders Maverick Vinales, Valentino Rossi and the updated livery for the YZR-M1. The new livery sports a deeper blue color and retains the prominent green M logo of Spanish telecom company Movistar, the team’s primary sponsor. Of course, the biggest change is the addition of Vinales’ #25 replacing the familiar #99 of Jorge Lorenzo who ended a nine-year run with Yamaha to join Ducati. Vinales joins Yamaha after two seasons with Suzuki. Vinales finished 12th overall in 2015, winning the premier class’ Rookie of the Year honors but made great strides [...]

Whatever: What’s In A Name?

One interesting phenomenon I’ve noticed over the years is the seeming inability of the non-motorcycling public to read. Inevitably, when whatever motorcycle I’m riding draws a layperson’s attention, they’ll ask, ‘What kind of motorcycle IS that?’ And it doesn’t matter how large VICTORY or HONDA is written on the gas tank. The sole exception is Harley-Davidson. Then the comment is always ‘Nice Harley.’ And if some casual observer says ‘nice Harley’ when you’re on a Japanese cruiser trying to hide its identity, you know the Japanese have won another skirmish but are destined to eventually lose the cruiser war. H-D [...]

More Yamaha Champions Riding School Bikes For Sale

Our 2017 fleet of Yamaha motorcycles should be arriving sometimes this spring and that means we will have 26 more bikes for sale as soon as the new machines roll in, including any remaining R6s in New Jersey (NJMP). Currently, the only bikes in New Jersey are the almost-new 2016 R6s with about 1000 miles on them (some less!) Here is what we will have for sale right after the March 20/21 ChampSchool at Inde in Arizona. Year  Model  Qty  Location    Price   2014   R6        13     Arizona   $6,500   2016   R6         5      Arizona [...]

BMW Announces Record Sales Of 145,032 Motorcycles In 2016

BMW Motorrad once again sold more motorcycles and maxi scooters in 2016 than ever before. Supplies increased by 5.9 % as compared to the previous year. As of December 2016, a total of 145,032 vehicles (previous year: 136,963 units) were supplied to customers. Stephan Schaller, President BMW Motorrad: “2016 was once again a highly successful year for BMW Motorrad. For the sixth time in succession we have been able to set a new sales record. I would like to offer my sincere thanks to all our customers worldwide for the enormous trust they have placed in us. Over the last [...]

Ducati Sold 55,451 Motorcycles In 2016

Ducati Motor Holding enjoyed further growth in 2016, delivering 55,451 motorcycles to customers all over the world: that’s an increase of 1.2% compared to 2015 (54,809 bikes).   “Ending the year of our 90th anniversary with yet another record is a source of immense pride and satisfaction”, commented Claudio Domenicali, CEO of Ducati Motor Holding. “2016 was the seventh consecutive growth year for Ducati, clearly confirming the soundness of the Bologna-based group’s strategy and skills.”   This highly encouraging result also stemmed from the addition of new motorcycles to the 2016 Ducati  range: for example, sales of bikes in the [...]

MV Agusta Ballistic Trident & Dragster Blackout

Right behind news that MV Agusta is upping its game in North America comes two new one-off specials from the Italian boutique manufacturer: the Ballistic Trident and Dragster Blackout. The Ballistic Trident is the more outrageous of the two, paying home to vintage road racing with a modern iteration of a dustbin fairing. The Ballistic Trident was commissioned by MV Agusta Taiwan to Winston Yeh, founder of Rough Crafts (, workshop with headquarters in Taipei. The Ballistic Trident will be on display at the Motor Bike Expo at booth 12D (Hall 1), under the Rough Crafts banner.           [...]

Limited Edition Ducati Diavel Diesel Announced

Ducati and fashion brand Diesel are collaborating once again, this time with a limited edition Diavel model. Ducati will produce only 666 units featuring a Mad Max-style post-apocalyptic look jointly created by Diesel Creative Director Andrea Rosso and the Ducati Design Center. This marks the second Diesel-branded limited edition Ducati following the 2013 Diesel Monster 1100 EVO. “The collaboration with Diesel enabled us to explore original stylistic and technical aspects whilst staying within the Ducati brand and fully respecting its values,” says Claudio Domenicali, Ducati Motor Holding chief executive officer. “In this case we worked with Diesel on an already [...]

Build Your Own 3D-Printed RC Motorcycles!

If you’re a fan of 3D printing and motorcycles, we’ve found an ideal project for you. Designed and posted by  Brett Turnage, these plans were developed for a bike-crazy friend and have been released into the wild on, a 3D-Print file sharing site. Note, Turnage’s two bikes aren’t models to sit on shelves and look pretty. They will produce fully-functional radio-controlled (RC) motorcycles – complete with an animated rider that steers the bikes. The bikes are a 2016 Ducati Draxter Concept Drag Bike and a 2016 Suzuki GSX-RR MotoGP Motorcycle. All of the RC components needed to be hidden within the motorcycles, which [...]

Church Of MO – 2003 Victory Vegas

2003 Victory Vegas Viva (fewer) Lost Wages! By Eric Bass Apr. 20, 2003 Aaaaah Las Vegas! Actually, nobody who lives within striking distance really calls it that. It sounds too ordinary, like Santa Monica or El Monte. The Spanish dictionary I used translates Las Vegas to mean “the fertile plains”, which if accurate, is a hysterical misnomer, as it is by no means fertile nor plain. To those of us well acquainted with Beelzebub’s playground, we know it as Sin City, Lost Wages, Land of the One-Armed Bandit, or simply, Vegas (Baby, Vegas!). And while every man enters town with dreams [...]