MOTORCYCLES

The Current News: June 28 2019

This week: BMW brings the badass! Plus vintage Vespa conversions, and India...

The Original Triple: DKW’s ‘Singing Saw’ –

It was so loud they nicknamed it 'the chainsaw', but it was also wicked fast,...

The Current News: June 20

The 5-Minute Charge is here! The revolution in battery technology is not about...

The Current News: June 10

It's a big week! BMW explores share-play, while others blur the moto/bike...

The Current News: May 29

We follow electric two-wheeler news around the world in Tim Huber's weekly...

Vintage Revival Montlhéry 2019: Just the Motors

For the technically-minded, the years before 1940 had the greatest variety of...

The Current News: May 22

Tim Huber follows the the e-bike news from around the world, for our weekly...

The Current News

It's like 1903 all over again, with new manufacturers popping up like weeds. ...

The Electric Folder

Brompton is the UK's biggest domestic bicycle producer, and has introduced an...

Bonhams Spring Stafford 2019

Bonham's Spring Stafford sale has an outrageous mix of over 400 motorcycles and...

T.T. OK!

Among the many 'lost' motorcycle brands that once made headlines and won races, OK Supreme has become one of the most obscure. In the 1920s and '30s, though, they were a well-known British make, with some of the best graphic transfers in the industry, and a string of podium finishes in the Isle of Man TT.  They had only one win on the Island, though, in the 1928 Lightweight TT (250cc), with Frank Longman riding. Frank Longman winning the 1928 Isle of Man Junior TT on an OK-Supreme. [MotorSport magazine[The OK firm was founded as a bicycle...

The Current: Shed One

Shed One of West Yorkshire thinks a DIY e-Bike kit, and classes on building your...

Mecum Phoenix 2019 Preview

Mecum Auctions is headed to Phoenix with 100 excellent bikes!

The Current: Talking Tech With Energica CTO Giampiero Testoni

Can autonomous vehicle systems increase motorcycle safety? Energica has been...