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Ex-Drag Racer – 1947 Ariel Red Hunter

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Post Sale Update: This Ariel sold for $4,550 after 18 bids on eBay. The seller does such a good job telling the story of this bike that I almost feel silly trying to summarize it. In his words: In January of 1947 George Boskoff, a 20 year old gearhead from the South Bay area of Los Angeles, purchased this very …

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Do You Own a Kawasaki Z1 in Southern California?

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…because I’ve got a Z900RS that needs a buddy. I’m looking to do a photo/video shoot with old and new and I’m hoping one of you guys or gals would be interested in hanging out, getting some photos taken, and maybe even swapping rides for a few miles. If this sounds appealing, please drop me a line: abhi AT bike-urious.com.

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Giveaway – The Monkey Run Morocco

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The Adventurists are a group of oddballs that fight “to make the world less boring.” Over the years, they’ve created a series of bizarre adventures, many of which are centered around motorized vehicles. Previous examples include the Rickshaw Run, the Mongol Rally, and the Ice Run (crossing hundreds of kilometers on a frozen Siberian lake on Urals). They also host …

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Magazine Feature – 1978 Honda CB400A Hawk Hondamatic

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In 1976, Honda debuted the “Hondamatic” transmission on their popular CB750. It was designed to help bring in new riders who may have been intimidated by the requirement of using a clutch, but Honda quickly figured out that newbies may not necessarily want to start on the big 750. So two years later, the Hondamatic transmision found its way to …

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Join REV’IT’s Women ADV Team!

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Last year, REV’IT created an all-woman “team” of 4 riders to represent the brand in the US. Three of the four are returning, and they’re looking for two additional members. Do you (or someone you know) have what it takes?