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Apparently SWM has big plans for the future. The first model to come out of the Varese production line will be the RS650R on July 8, followed by the SM650R in August, the rest of the enduro and supermoto models in September and the two “classic” 440s in October. May 2016 will see the introduction of a 125 cc model, August will bring a new 250 and there is also a 450 motor in the making. The latter will be an important step for the company, after formally declaring its intention to go Motocross racing in Europe by 2016. And there’s a lot more to come; Shineray envisages a range of off-road racing, street and adventure models, including a 900 cc multi cylinder engine available by 2018.
Essex Air Ambulance Motorcycle Run has already named major sponsorsThe annual Essex Air Ambulance Motorcycle Run has been announce. The event is slotted to take place on 6 September, 2015.The event’s headline sponsors have been announced, and once again Woodland Group and Jack Lilley Motorcycles will be sponsoring.Along with the motorcycle run, the Harwich Family Festival will be taking place. The adjoined events make up the biggest charity event of the year for the air ambulance.The motorcycle run is 60 miles long, a ride from Laindon to Harwich. It is estimated that around 5,000 motorbikes will take place in the run.
Police back motorcycle safety campaign following ‘extremely worrying’ number of serious crashes (From East London and West Essex Guardian Series)
A campaign to improve motorcycle safety has been launched following an “extremely worrying” growing number of serious crashes. The Essex Police campaign, which will be carried out by their Casualty Reduction Section’s motorcycle unit, will see officers using marked and covert bikes to carry out roadside speed checks. Unmarked bikes will also be used to mingle with groups of riders to gather evidence from video cameras fitted on the bikes and a long-running PitStop initiative, in which police motorcyclists stop and talk with Sunday morning riders, will also be extended to cover more areas.
Riding a motorcycle on Indian roads is no longer the sole preserve of men. In the last few years, women have increasingly chosen motorcycles as a means of transport. On the roads, they get a mix of reactions from passersby: Enthusiastic waves, stares of disbelief, and even hateful comments. At a personal level, it gives these women a sense of freedom and empowerment. “India is catching up with the rest of the world.
We are seeing women from west and south India buying superbikes,” Vimal Sumbly, managing director at Triumph Motorcycles, said in an interview earlier this month. Shabnam Akram is one such woman, though she made the decision to own and ride a bike much before it became a trend of sorts.
A 50-year-old mother of two, Akram works as a communication design consultant in New Delhi and has been riding motorcycles for the last 24 years. Akram decided to buy a motorcycle after she was sexually-harassed on a Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) bus. At the time, her family could not afford a car. And she has not travelled on a DTC bus since.
why more Indian women should ride a motorcycleRead More – Source: 10 reasons why more Indian women should ride a motorcycle – Quartz
The worlds of medicine and motorcycling are mourning the loss of Dr John Hinds, who has died after a bike crash in Dublin.
Organizers spread the word of Pendleton’s first motorcycle rally.Pendleton’s next big thing is rumbling into town this summer — Pendleton Bike Week.Think throttles, not pedals.Eric Folkestad, one of the event’s founders and organizers, told a room of local officials and bigwigs at the Hamley Steakhouse that Pendleton could draw 5,000 people for its first motorcycle rally July 22-26 at the Pendleton Convention Center. It will include free concerts, poker runs and a large motorcycle show “with every kind of motorcycle you can imagine.”
In May and June of 2014 I will ride my motorbike from my home town of Whitley Bay in the North of England 6,000 miles to Nordkapp in Norway, the most northerly point in Europe and deep inside the Arctic Circle, and back home in just 3 weeks. This will see me ride and average of nearly 300 miles every day for 21 days straight on some of the most challenging roads in Europe. Not only will this test my physical strength of riding a 250kg motorbike for 8 hours a day, but also my mental fortitude of riding solo in foreign countries for 3 weeks straight. I attempted this trip back in May 2011 but unfortunately was involved in an accident on day 8 of the trip in Sweden and fell short on the trip by 1,000 miles. This time Im determined to make it all the way.
Find out more via Arctic Ride 2014: What is Arctic Ride 2014?.
When Ariel dropped its cop-spec Atom, no one seemed to mention the bigger news: Ariel is finally going to build its long-rumored motorcycle in a return to its two-wheeled roots.
“We’re just about to launch an all new Ariel motorcycle.”
read more via Ariel’s First Bike Since The ’70s Is Finally Coming.