Fraser says the iconic American brand's 'smaller' V-twin Sportsters are the perfect entry-level way in to the wonderful world of Harley-Davidson
I will confess straightaway that I have a bit of a soft spot for Harley-Davidson’s Sportsters and, in particular, the Iron 883.
Harley’s Sportsters have been around and in in continuous production since 1957, when they were known as the XL range.
As soon as the cold weather hits, it’s the time to take out your heavy-duty clothes from the back of the wardrobe. From snow and sleet to a light breeze, there are different outwear styles to suit your environment. If you need some new winter wardrobe staples, then look no further than these best men’s jackets and coats.
On an otherwise still morning near Mount St. Helens’ Johnston Ridge Observatory, it was hard to miss the sound of more than 100 motorcycle engines raring up Spirit Lake Memorial Highway.
Clad in leather jackets and sunglasses, the bikers made the roughly 60-mile ride Saturday morning from Kelso for what they hope to be only the first year of the annual Deputy Justin DeRosier Memorial Ride.
Barack Obama is a big basketball fan and has been friendly with Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors during his time as president and after, as they had a meeting during this past regular season.
Now Obama will get to see them play in person as he’s in Toronto tonight for Game 2 of the NBA Finals.
The enduring leather jacket is often a tricky piece. It needn't be this way
Leather jackets, in the wrong hands, can be a style disaster: a little bit silver-convertible with-cream-leather-interiors, a little bit "Mum's not coming back, Dad". Get it right, though, and it's a counter-culture classic that packs the right sort of cool. And that's why we're here.
British motorcyclist Hayley Bell says she’s tired of feeling like an afterthought to the motorcycle industry. So, Bell put out a call on Facebook to her fellow female riders.
"I’ve had a totally crazy idea who wants to join me? I’m thinking of doing a world relay and seeing how far we get."
“I put out a post to say, 'I’ve had a totally crazy idea who wants to join me? I’m thinking of doing a world relay and seeing how far we get,'” Bell said.
And the Women Riders World Relay was born. Bell, who came up with the idea last fall, says she used Google Translate to post her message in different languages online. She figured it would maybe attract a few hundred women. Over 14,000 women motorcyclists, representing more than 90 countries, answered the call.
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