MOTORCYCLES

The Current: Harley-Davidson – ‘E-Bike in 18 Months’

Harley-Davidson announced an investment of $25-50Million/year in electric...

The Ride: Wedge Motorcycles Honda CB750F

Takashi Nihira of Wedge motorcycles does all his own fabrication, building, and...

The Current: Vessla e-Scooter Bans Uselessness

Vessla founder and CEO Rickard Bröms couldn’t find a decent electric scooter...

The Current: A New Era for MotoGP

A new day has dawned for MotoGP, as the inaugural e-bike World Cup was...

The Current: Bellissima Italian Volt!

Italian friends Nicola Colombo and Valerio Fumagalli founded Italian Volt after...

Before the Bandit

In 1967, Triumph's legendary designer Edward Turner came out of retirement to...

Road Test: 1923 Ner-A-Car

The Ner-A-Car was the most successful hub-center steered motorcycle in history;...

The Current: Swedish Cake Serves Up Kalk

Swedish design team Cake come up with a high-design off-road e-moto that looks...

The Current: German (e-)Drive, Italian Flair

How a Master’s thesis led to the development of an elegant German-made...

The Current: Martin Hulin of Essence Motocycles

Would you buy a custom electric motorcycle with 200 km of range and 200 kmh of...

Building a Norton Four

In the mid 1960s an overhead-camshaft four cylinder motorcycle was the object of fantasy and an ideal of red-blooded motorcyclists everywhere. No fast Fours had been available commercially since 1942, when the last Indian 4 rolled out of Springfield, and only the rare (and ugly) MV Agusta 600 was theoretically available for the street.  The MV was prohibitively expensive, and wasn't what riders wanted, which was a roadster version of their all-conquering World Championship racing bikes.  Four-cylinder bikes had been around since the first FN...

The Current: Moto-E World Cup To Race Energica Egos

MotoGP gets a new category in 2019, the Moto-e World Cup, with bikes provided by...

The Ride: Speedway Superstar

Ehinger Kraftrad’s remarkable ‘Speedster’; history through a hi-tech lens....

Road Test: 1929 BMW R16

The BMW R16 is legendary for its Art Deco styling, but how is it to ride?