LiveWire Concept Electric Motorcycle From Harley-Davidson

Project LiveWire from Harley-Davidson is the legendary bike company’s way of saying, “Yes, electric is the future, even we’ll admit it.” Typically, Harley is known for power over practicality. Not so here Read More

Me-Mover: The Most Versatile City Transportation Ever

The Me-Mover takes mere minutes to learn, offering better ergonomics and posture, visibility, steering and exercise, than your typical scooter. With a unique, balanced three-wheeled design, this is definitely a smooth way Read More

Meet The Tri Glide: It’s Harley-Davidson, Japan Style!

The Tri Glide Motorcycle from Harley-Davidson represents a new (potentially giant) step forward for the hog-maker extraordinaire. Seeing untapped potential in the Japanese market, the company has decided to move ahead with Read More

Lotus Motorcycles C-01: Now This Is A Superbike

Lotus Motorcycles C-01 may be the most gorgeous thing we have ever seen on two wheels. Built by the German-based Kodewa (the same team behind Lotus’ Le Mans), and designed by Daniel Read More

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Snowing Outside? Drive Like A Maniac With Timbersled Snow Bike Kits

This winter season has been a particularly cruel mistress, especially when it comes to safe highway travel. And the last thing you want to be driving in this stuff is a motorcycle, Read More

Urb-E Makes City Travel A Breeze

The Urb-E looks like a giant razor on wheels. Of course, the device is really just an electrically powered scooter, which comes in both two- and three-wheel designs. (The little kid in Read More

RYNO Microcycle

Fans of the unicycle who have long lamented the fact that there are no speedier options for the one-wheeled community will be happy to learn of the RYNO Microcycle. This gorgeous looking Read More

Zero FX Stealthfighter Brings Electric To The Motorcycle

Cars garner most of the hoopla around electric-powered vehicles, but motorcycles seem even better-suited to electricity. Case in point: the Zero FX Stealthfighter. Using either one or two electric modules, the Zero Read More

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