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Alta’s Redshift While not as popular as Zero Motorcycle, Alta Motors is an up-and-coming electric motorcycle manufacturer and it unveiled a new version of its flagship Redshift last week that could broaden their market.

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Sunday, 22 January 2017 15:35

Honda Riding Assist wins three awards

Honda Riding Assist motorcycleHonda’s Riding Assist motorcycle, a self-balancing motorbike, recently took home three awards from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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archIf the concept of a custom-fitted, performance cruiser motorcycle trips your circuits, this may be your next bike.

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btwLeaving the asphalt behind for dirt trails and making their own roads is something more and more riders are doing.

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empulseThe Brammo Empulse electric motorcycle has long been the “other” mainstream electric motorcycle—but its days now appear to be officially numbered.

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 Tradex Centre in AbbotsfordNew models, wild demos and great gear highlight annual event at Tradex Centre in Abbotsford.

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Monday, 09 January 2017 10:33

Sad News for Victory Motorcycle Riders & Dealers

VictoryPolaris Industries announced today via press release, that it is going to immediately begin the winding down of sales of all Victory Motorcycles.

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Honda's Riding Assist Technology being showcased at CES 2017.Honda has unveiled a new technology callied Moto Riding Assist technology, which makes a motorcycle capable of balancing itself when at rest or moving.

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Thursday, 05 January 2017 21:37

Motorcycle With Stone Bodywork, Anyone?

stone bodyworkWe’ve seen bikes made out of wood, we’ve seen another one made using 3D printing technology, but who would have imagined someone would make one out of rock?

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Honda    If you’ve ever pushed a bike down a hill, you know that two-wheeled vehicles can balance themselves when traveling at higher speeds.

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