Neal Michal has been a long time friend of Bike-urious, and he kindly offered to share a tale of his recent visit to the Lake Hills Motorcycle Museum. Read on to see why it should be on your list of motorcycle temples to visit!
Meet Mazlow Petosa!View Post
Bob Kelly (you may remember his recent story Death of a Motorcyclist) was just at the Morgan Adams Concours d’Elegance, and he said he thought that Bike-urious readers would like to see the unique bikes that showed up!
Guest Ride Report – “The Desert Race – Joshua Tree, CA”View Post
Guest Writer – “Death of a Motorcyclist”View Post
It’s been a while since we last heard from Bike-urious reader David Sumner, but he’s just completed a 3+ week trip across the USA. One of his stops was a visit to Colorado Norton Works, or as David calls it: Commando Valhalla. Let’s see what he has to say!
One of my favorite parts about the Quail Motorcycle Gathering is that it provides a wonderful excuse for Southern Californians to hop on their bikes and ride. This year I rode up to the show with Julia LaPalme and a few friends, and she was kind enough to share how the trip went! Among many other things, Julia is the …
5-30-2018 Update: Two years later, this interesting sidecar is now actually up for sale! “The electric motor has since been removed and a race-prepared Suzuki GSXR 1000 engine and 6-speed transmission will be included along with a bodywork mold, extra wheels, and a North Carolina bill of sale.” Find it with bidding up to $2,750 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina …
First Ride – Michelin Road 5 TiresView Post
Product Review – Vizi-Tec SupaBrake III Brake Light ModulatorView Post
First Ride – 2018 BMW G310GSView Post
Reader David N went out to Ocala, Florida to check out the J. Wood & Co auction of Earl’s Cycle Center inventory (I previewed it here) and took the time to share his experience with all of you:
From LA to Vegas and back, or how I bought my first motorcycle – Part 2 by Kyle Hyatt
The Antithesis of Practical – The Story of a Norton Love AffairView Post
Since we last checked in with Kyle Hyatt, he’s had a few major changes in life. Most people would consider the big one to be a new job as the News and Features Editor at Roadshow by CNET. I, on the other hand, think he’s got a much more important update – he just bought a new bike! Let’s find …