CULTURE

The Current News: Nov. 18, 2022

An electric bicycle made of plywood, a 3D printed hybrid e-Bike that looks like…

The Current News: Nov. 11, 2022

The new CAKE, tree-based batteries, a foldable carbon-fiber bike made from…

The Current News: Nov. 3, 2022

A design contest for EV concepts in 5 categories could win you $15k, and even…

Round-the-World Reisch at Top Mountain

The star of our ADV:Overland exhibition at the Petersen museum was Max Reisch's very special overland-kitted 1932 Puch 250SL, on which he became the first person to travel over land from the Middle East to India by land using a motorized vehicle.  The Puch was a star because it remained in exactly the condition Reisch left it after his journey, with all his packs and panniers, ropes and stickers and tools intact: it is truly an amazing artifact of global travel, when such journey were undertaken only by the brave.  It's estimated, in fact,…

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The Current News: October 28, 2022

Will you soon be able to explore America's backcountry on an eMoto? Zero and…

The Motorcycle Portraits: Sinje Gottwald

Sinje Gottwald has spent the past 5 years traveling the world solo on a…

The Current News: Oct 20, 2022

NASA is working solid state batteries, Teslas on autopilot are killing bikers,…

How I Got Here

I feel awkward when normal folk see me in my racing gear. Kind of like the guy…

Under the BQE: New York City Street Racing

Much of the BQE is below grade, in sequential sections between overpass…

The Current News: October 12, 2022

Flying cars - again! Sailboats made of algae, an electric Kawasaki sportbike…

Flat Track: Winning Respect

This year’s Grand National Championship series victory comes down to one slim…

The Current News: Oct. 6 2022

What a week! Tesla unveils nightmare AI 'helper' robot - Elon Musk's fantasy…

The Current News: September 29, 2022

Livewire debuts the S2 Del Mar, China sells 6 million electric cars this year,…

Thriving in Two Strokes: NYC Mopeds

It’s satisfying to see people still thriving, small business not disappearing…