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2016 Kawasaki KX450F First Ride

2016 Kawasaki KX450F First Ride

The 450 motocross class heats up with the release of Kawasaki’s all-new KX450F. For 2016, engineers went back to the drawing board giving the premier class KX-F its first major overhaul in seven years. ENGINE Since its inception a decade ago, Kawasaki’s KX450F engine has developed a reputation as an absolute powerhouse. And for ’16 it…

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FIVE WORTHLESS TRICKS FOR RACERS

FIVE WORTHLESS TRICKS FOR RACERS

A panacea is a remedy for all ills, and motorcycling is vulnerable to such things. So many people want to “do something” for their bike—increase its performance, make it last longer, or make it stand out. All this is understandable, but many trends are driven, not by factual advantage, but by what my buddy, the summer…

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Honda Recalls 2013-2015 CB500F & CBR500R Motorcycles

Honda Recalls 2013-2015 CB500F & CBR500R Motorcycles

Honda has issued a recall notice through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration regarding certain model year 2013-2015 CBR500R motorcycles manufactured January 24, 2013 to May 14, 2015 and 2013-2015 CB500F motorcycles manufactured January 31, 2013 to May 16, 2015. The NHTSA notice states that “the affected motorcycles may experience the fuel level sensor float arm…

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CORNER BRAKING | STREET SAVVY

CORNER BRAKING | STREET SAVVY

Braking while leaned over in a corner is usually something you want to avoid. That’s because there is a limited amount of available traction that needs to be shared between cornering and braking forces. This means you might not have enough traction to brake and to corner at the same time. It doesn’t mean you can’t…

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PREVIEW: THE 2016 HARLEY-DAVIDSONS

PREVIEW: THE 2016 HARLEY-DAVIDSONS

We just got word from Milwaukee about the 2016 Harley-Davidson lineup, which includes updated Iron 883 and Forty-Eight Dark Custom Sportsters, new S Series Cruisers with Twin Cam 110s, and an all-new Road Glide Ultra. “This one of the broadest lineups we’ve ever introduced in a single model year,” says Mark-Hans Richer, Harley’s Senior Vice President…

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2015 MOTORCYCLIST OF THE YEAR: WAYNE RAINEY

2015 MOTORCYCLIST OF THE YEAR: WAYNE RAINEY

Wayne Rainey knows motorcycle racing. A two-time AMA Superbike champion (1983 and 1987) and three-time 500GP World Champion (1990–1992), the California native also served as a Grand Prix team manager (Marlboro Yamaha), event promoter (he played a pivotal role in returning the USGP to Laguna Seca), and, most recently, a regular race fan just like us,…

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2016 SUZUKI GSX-S1000 AND GSX-S1000F | FIRST RIDE

2016 SUZUKI GSX-S1000 AND GSX-S1000F | FIRST RIDE

In 1978 Suzuki released the GS1000E, contributing a late contender to the then-burgeoning 1,000cc “sport roadster” segment that at the time already included Honda’s GL1000, Kawasaki’s KZ1000, and Yamaha’s XS1100. Fast-forward 37 years and Suzuki has just introduced the naked GSX-S1000 and faired GSX-1000F, late entries to a booming naked-bike class that already includes the Honda…

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2016 Victory Empulse TT First Ride

2016 Victory Empulse TT First Ride

Seven months after acquiring the motorcycle-specific assets of Brammo, Polaris Industries introduces its first all-electric motorcycle in the Victory Empulse TT ($19,999). With a claimed range of 140 miles, 108 mph top speed and estimated 3.5 hour charging time, the Empulse is targeted to techie riders looking to free themselves from addiction to the gas pump.…

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WHY USE FUEL STABILIZER? | ANSWERS

WHY USE FUEL STABILIZER? | ANSWERS

Q: Last winter, when I put my bike up for storage, I bought some fuel stabilizer to keep the gas from gunking up the engine and fuel injectors. I poured a bottle of it into the tank, and the bike sat for several months before the weather warmed up enough to go for a ride. But…

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Z2 Track Days Novice School Review

Z2 Track Days Novice School Review

Track time is invaluable for riders looking to improve their skills, regardless of riding style. Track days provide predictable, well-maintained track surfaces, a controlled environment with minimized road hazards, and the opportunity to attack the same corners over and over again, all of which allow riders to improve their skills on two wheels. Add in classroom…

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