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RideApart Review: Honda Grom

Published on 01/09/2013 By

Tweet A monkey bike for the 21st century, this new Honda Grom promises small bike fun combined with real motorcycle practicality. We spent yesterday riding it around Los Angeles, then raced it against pro riders. Photos: Kevin Wing What’s New Known as the MSX125 in Asian markets, the Grom is based around Honda’s existing, four-stroke, […]

RideApart 24: why lane splitting is awesome

Published on 11/01/2013 By admin

Our show is part of the DRIVE channel, a mainstream lifestyle outlet targeting young people that are into cars. Having a bike show on a car channel gives us a unique opportunity to sell motorcycling to non-riders. I think we’ve done a good job doing that by showcasing the performance, lifestyle and adventure two wheels […]

RideApart 23: Hillbilly Hill Climb

Published on 28/12/2012 By admin

A big hill, some small bikes, a bunch of dudes in drag and Meatball. Can you imagine a more fun motorcycle race? Jamie pulled a $ 150 beater out of a salvage yard, threw it in the back of a Honda Ridgeline, stopped on the way to grab some fake teeth and went riding. The […]

RideApart 21: SoCal’s best roads and a Ducati 1199

Published on 05/12/2012 By admin

So Jamie calls me one day and is all, “We’ve got an 1199 for a couple days, but it’s raining!” You’d think and Englishman could deal with that a little better, but I sent him a Butler Motorcycle Map and pointed him south. I think he had fun. The post RideApart 21: SoCal’s best roads […]

RideApart 20: Miguel Galluzzi

Published on 28/11/2012 By admin

This week, Jamie visits Miguel Galluzzi at his Pasadena home to talk motorcycle design. In addition to penning the original Monster and the new RSV4, Miguel is responsible for paving a way into the future for Moto Guzzi. The post RideApart 20: Miguel Galluzzi appeared first on Hell for Leather. Hell for Leather