Electric Motorcycle Co. Brammo Discovers Key New Market: Women

Women are lining up to test drive and preorder a new sports electric motorcycle from Brammo in greater numbers than is standard in the bike world, according to preliminary data the company is gleaning.
“It’s more aggressive an interest on preorders than in the traditional gas market,” said Brammo’s Chief Executive Craig Bramscher in an interview with VentureWire. [...]

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The Well-Equipped Garage: Everything You Need to Create Yours

To those who love tinkering, the garage can be many things: a sanctuary, a place for quality time with your favorite toys, an alchemist’s lab where beer turns ideas into reality. Whatever role the garage plays in your life, it’s easy to see its potential as more than just a place to park. It calls [...]

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Ducati Fired Up for Re-Scheduled Pikes Peak Hill Climb

Ducati is excited to announce that the re-scheduled 2012 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb has been confirmed for Sunday, August 12th; Ducati North America and the Ducati Spider Grips Team will be there as originally planned.
The legendary race that was scheduled for Sunday, July 8th was postponed last week due to the Waldo Canyon Fires. [...]

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They’re back, DUCATI ALL STARS – Chapter 2 – West Coast Tour

This is chapter 2 in the story of four friends that set out on an adventure to share their love of music and riding motorcycles.
Featuring Steve Jones, Billy Duffy, Billy Morrison and Franky Perez.
For more Ducati All Stars videos and information CLICK HERE
 Brought to you by Euro Cycles of Tampa | St. Petersburg

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Crossing South America on a Motorcycle

After criss-crossing the continental United States in a Winnebago for two years, I decided to take a break to explore more of South America. Not exactly RV country, or “casa rodante” as they call them in Argentina, motorcycles were the obvious choice for a cross country road trip.
Before I left to spend the winter in Argentina, [...]

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Ducati deal hard to refuse, says Cal Crutchlow’s boss

Cal Crutchlow’s Tech 3 Yamaha boss Herve Poncharal believes the British rider can’t knock back the opportunity to join Ducati’s factory squad in 2013.
With the chance of a factory Yamaha ride not materialising, Crutchlow will have to remain in the satellite Tech 3 squad on the same financial terms if he rejects Ducati’s lucrative two-year [...]

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BMW makes ABS standard on all motorcycles

BMW’s Motorrad division has made a number of changes to its 2013 model-year range, most of it having to do with paint colors. The preeminent development is that all of its bikes, worldwide, will come with ABS standard.
The move comes three years ahead the European Union’s 2016 requirement that all motorcycles sold there come with [...]

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How To Pack For Adventure

“Man, people sure drag a bunch of stuff they don’t need up the Dalton Highway,” IM’d a friend, once he was back from his adventure up there. That’s funny, because he’d been planning on packing his Ram so full of survival gear, you’d think he was visiting the apocalypse, not Alaska.
I’d talked him out of [...]

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MOTOGP » Valentino Rossi: Audi ‘counting on me’ at Ducati

Valentino Rossi has given a further indication that he will remain at Ducati beyond the end of this season, after meeting with representatives from the company’s new owner Audi during the German MotoGP weekend.
“I spoke directly with the boss of Audi and they have a strong intent about supporting Ducati in the future to regain its competitive [...]

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MOTOGP: ‘Ducati Now Has A Plan’

Valentino Rossi has been involved in yet another round of crisis talks in a bid to cajole Ducati’s technical boss, Filippo Preziosi, to come up with some new ideas to build a winning bike.Intriguingly, Rossi now claims there is a Ducati plan that has made him “more comfortable.” This just six days after he lamented at the [...]

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MV Augsta F3 Fueling Problems Fixed

The MV Agusta F3 was one of the most eagerly anticipated sports bikes in recent years, but when it was launched back in February it was a huge disappointment.
Chronic fuelling problems and poor running blighted the Italian firm’s new supersport rocket, putting it way behind the Japanese competition and most worryingly for them, its intended [...]

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