Bikes and Blogging 8/5/2008 10:47:21 AMBefore we started this whole blogging/e-newsletter business, we figured it’d be fun and easy. Fun it is, and assuming you don’t have a gazillion other things to do, sure, it’s easy. Ahh, but there’s the kicker, because with everything else going on around here, it seems I can barely stay one step ahead of our publishing deadline, let alone stay on top of a blog.
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A stunning new concept from the designer of the BMW Alpha Landspeeder, a gorgeous Hodaka Ace restomod, a 200 hp turbocharged Indian Scout from Sweden, and a Yamaha SR400 homage to the fashion designer Emilio Pucci. How’s that for variety? Read more » Any mechanic will tell you: if you’re customizing an old bike, first make it work, then make it pretty. But if you’re working with a modern classic like the BMW R nineT, you can skip the first step.
The R nineT is still a youngster and you’ll likely be working with a low mileage example—so… Read more » Our weekly roundup is back with a bang for 2018. We’ve got a cafe’d R nineT from Italy, a Dakar-worthy Honda XL600R scrambler from England, and a Yamaha XS650 bobber from Bulgaria. Choose your poison. Read more » On Saturday, the Dakar Rally kicks off in Lima, Peru. It’s the 40th edition of the notorious race, and a lot has changed since 1978, when intrepid racers lined in up Paris.
Modern Dakar bikes are lightweight, sophisticated off-roaders, with a maximum capacity of 450cc. But the early days of the rally were dominated by… Read more » Today’s motorcycles are loaded with a level of tech that would have been incomprehensible thirty years ago. And it’s had a knock-on… Read more » There’s a trend that’s picked up speed amazingly fast this year: wood on motorcycles.
It’s tricky to pull off, but when it’s… Read more » For custom builders, the BMW R nineT is the motorcycling equivalent of Plasticene. It can be pushed and pulled and reshaped in… Read more » It’s tough to get a restomod right. An authentic nuts-and-bolts restoration is more work, but at least you have a blueprint to… Read more » Bikes from Hookie Co. always make us smile. The motto of the shop is ‘enjoy the good,’ and that easy-going attitude is… Read more » Using a motorcycle as a coping mechanism is nothing new.
For most of us, that means clearing the head with a ride… Read more » The world’s most prestigious motorcycle calendar is back. The 2018 edition of the famous Bike EXIF wall calendar showcases 13 incredible new… Read more » When the R nineT was on the drawing board, BMW engineers made sure it was easy to modify. And that custom-friendliness has… Read more »