to take care of all of those blithley unaware motorists and motorcycle snatchers out there? These are innovative commercials produced by the local (Portland, OR) firm R/West. My vote is split between “the donut” and the “theft retrieval” commercials. Can’t decide which I like best.
Stumbled on these motorcycle riding guides from British Columbia. Roadsense for riders and Tuning up for riders. I think they are a great aid for new riders. Unfortunately they are a bit cumbersome to use because each chapter is a separate pdf file. Save each chapter to your HD and read them at your [...]
Finally found this video on a streaming video site (I’ve had the mpg in my collection for ages but never posted it because it is 20mb download). It is a compilation of motorcycle racing accidents with symphonic music on the soundtrack. No gore, just poetry in motion.
This is a video from last year I meant to post but got buried deep in my to do file. While I skip over the wheelie and stunting videos I love these motorcycle riding skills exhibitions. Another good one in my archives is the Gymkhana video.
So, when you are 74 years of age will you be up to the riding rigors that Ardys “Queenie” Kellerman faces each year? In 2006 she rode more than 80,000 miles to win the BMW Motorcycle Owners of America womens mileage contest! Guess she just doesn’t like to stay home. :-) She started 35 [...]
On Jan 9, the Oregon Traffic Safety Commission voted to uphold the recommendations of the Governor’s Advisory Committee on Motorcycle Safety to not allow MSF to be recognized as a basic motorcycle training program in Oregon.
It’s that time of year—awards season—with the Golden Globes, Oscars and of course the MBI Riders Choice awards. What? Never heard of the Riders Choice awards. Guess we’ll have to forgive you as this is only their second year.
The Riders Choice awards are presented by MBI (Motorcycle Bloggers International) which is an association of [...]