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  • Nelson-Rigg Dual-Sport Saddlebags and Tail Bag | Gear Review
    My first street-legal motorcycle was a Honda XL500R dual-sport, and as a teenager I rode the wheels off that thumper, generally wearing a backpack to carry stuff since securely fitting the soft luggage available then to its skinny seat and fenders was a pain. Like our dual-sport bikes of today, however, soft luggage for them has advanced considerably, enough that it’s now possible to quickly and securely attach enough for an on-/off-road overnighter, even on my little Yamaha WR250R. Nelson-Rigg recently released a pair of Dual-Sport/Enduro Saddlebags that hold 12 liters per side, or 15 liters per side expanded, a good size for a short camping trip into the backwoods or trips to the grocery store on most dual-sport singles. Constructed of UV treated, water-resistant Tri-Max fabric with an anti-slip/scratch protective panel on the back, their kidney shape is well suited to the upswept tail section and muffler of the… ..... Read More.
    RIDER MAGAZINE – Motorcycles | Sports & RecreationThu, June 25, 2020
    2 weeks ago
  • Ride Along the Riverside: Sport Touring in Western New England
    “Ride Along the Riverside: Sport Touring in Western New England” first appeared in the June 2020 issue of Rider Magazine. Story and photography by: Scott A. Williams.Roads that curve along a river are among my favorites to explore on two wheels, and western New England has them in abundance. The hilly terrain and seasonal climate promote the formation of rivers, and for millennia people have used rivers and land along their banks to get from place to place. River roads, particularly the smaller and less traveled ones, often follow the same basic path they did before motorized travel, and the best ones are a roller-coaster ride for motorcyclists. If you like to move right along and keep stops brief, this 300-mile route through western Massachusetts and southern Vermont delivers a full day of curvy two-lane entertainment. If you prefer a moderate pace and relaxing along the way, there are ample… ..... Read More.
    RIDER MAGAZINE – Motorcycles | Sports & RecreationThu, June 25, 2020
    2 weeks ago
  • Indian Motorcycle Announces New ClimaCommand Classic Seat
    Indian Motorcycle has announced its all-new ClimaCommand Classic Seat, designed to offer climate controlled seating for both rider and passenger. We hope to be testing this official accessory product soon in an upcoming issue of Rider Magazine. From Press Release: INDIAN MOTORCYCLE’S NEW HEATED & COOLED SEAT FEATURES INDUSTRY-FIRST TECHNOLOGY FOR SUPERIOR COOLING All-New ClimaCommand Classic Seat Provides Heated Comfort, While Also Addressing the Age-Old Challenges of Warm-Weather Riding with Unprecedented Cooling Technology   MINNEAPOLIS (June 22, 2020) – Indian Motorcycle, America’s First Motorcycle Company, today announced a revolutionary new technology geared to improved rider comfort through a patent-pending system that delivers superior cooling for a more pleasant riding experience in warm weather.  The all-new ClimaCommand Classic Seat delivers both heating and cooling to riders and passengers and raises the bar for cooling thanks to three key elements: A proprietary thermoelectric module that pumps heat away from the riderA patent-pending ducting system for cooling… ..... Read More.
    RIDER MAGAZINE – Motorcycles | Sports & RecreationThu, June 25, 2020
    2 weeks ago
  • Harley-Davidson Announces “The No Show” Winners
    This week Harley-Davidson wrapped up its first-ever weeklong motorcycle show hosted virtually on the brand’s Instagram page. Cleverly named “The No Show,” it  featured builders invited by H-D and the postponed Mama Tried, Congregation Vintage Bike & Car, and Born-Free Motorcycles shows. More than 60 contestants from around the world participated, posting images and videos of their custom builds that varied radically in style– with three standout builds grabbing titles. When the dust settled and the votes were cast, three winners rose to the top in three distinct categories:Media Choice Award: chosen and presented by a journalist panel from industry-leading motorcycle publications.H-D Styling & Design Award: chosen and presented by Brad Richards, vice president of styling & design at Harley-Davidson and long-time garage builder.Harley-Davidson Museum Award: chosen by museum staff and presented by Bill Davidson, vice president of the Harley-Davidson Museum and great-grandson of Harley-Davidson’s Co-Founder William A. Davidson.The winner of… ..... Read More.
    RIDER MAGAZINE – Motorcycles | Sports & RecreationTue, June 23, 2020
    2 weeks ago
  • 2020 Yamaha WR250F vs WR250R | Comparison Test
    Dirt bikes like Yamaha’s 2020 WR250F (left) are light, fast and incredibly nimble off-road, but with no license plate to appease the authorities, first you have to get it there somehow. A good alternative is a lightweight dual-sport like the Yamaha WR250R (right), which harnesses much of the F’s ability in a less-expensive package…and it’s street legal.Life is so simple when you’re young. As teens and 20-somethings we thought nothing of loading up our dirt bikes, gas cans, firewood, chili, beer, chips and more beer in the ol’ pickup truck and heading out to ride in the desert and OHV parks, sometimes for days. Sleep usually came in a camp chair by the dwindling fire, or in the back of the truck. It was all about the riding, and après riding, so all of the effort and time involved just getting there went unnoticed. Dirt bike riding and ownership is… ..... Read More.
    RIDER MAGAZINE – Motorcycles | Sports & RecreationTue, June 23, 2020
    2 weeks ago
  • Retrospective: 1981-1982 Honda CBX 1000 Super Sport
    1981 Honda CBX 1000 Super Sport. Owner: Don Carver. Story and Photos by: Clement SalvadoriThis story was originally published in the June 2020 issue of Rider Magazine. This was a minor marvel of motorcycling when the original version was unveiled in 1978 as a 1979 model, more than 40 years ago. Six cylinders, six carburetors, 24 valves, two overhead camshafts and more than 100 crankshaft horsepower—the CBX Super Sport was going to dominate the sport bike scene. Unfortunately, it did not. For the first two years it was stripped down, then transformed into a sport tourer for its last two. The focus of this little write-up is on its touring pretensions. Begin at the beginning, which was in October of 1977, when Honda discreetly snuck some test bikes into California and had a few American journalists come and try them out. Honda had introduced the original UJM back in… ..... Read More.
    RIDER MAGAZINE – Motorcycles | Sports & RecreationMon, June 22, 2020
    2 weeks ago
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