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With No Buyers, Mitsubishi May Shutter Its Only U.S. Plant

Back in July, we told you that Mitsubishi planned to stop building vehicles in the U.S. and sell off its only North American manufacturing facility. Unfortunately, the company hasn’t yet found a buyer for the plant, and it now appears that the site could be closed for good. If thatRead More

Cold Weather Riding Accessories Buyers Guide

Riding when you’re cold is no fun, but thanks to the miracle of flowing electrons and other marvels, just because the weather’s cold doesn’t mean you have to be. It all begins with good clothing of course; many riders swear by a layer (or two) of silk or synthetic baseRead More

Cold-Weather Jacket/Pants/Suit Buyer’s Guide

Brrr, there’s a chill in the air. To extend your riding season into the fall and winter months we’ve compiled a list of new wearables from our industry’s recognized apparel manufacturers. For this guide, we stuck with gear that doesn’t require electricity to keep you warm and specifically sought outRead More

Waterproof Cold Weather Glove Buyer’s Guide 2.0

Now that summer is officially over (though SoCal riders may not feel the difference), it’s time to switch gears and prepare ourselves for the cooler temperatures that are around the corner. What follows is an update to the Waterproof Winter Gloves Buyer’s Guide Evans penned at the beginning of theRead More

Rider Training Buyers Guide Adventure and Off-Road

No review of an adventure bike is complete without the observation that few of them will probably ever turn a wheel off-road, since ADV bikes are the SUVs of the motorcycle world, and SUVs rarely get taken off-road. But motorcycle people are way more adventurous than car-driving ones. And evenRead More

Advanced Rider Training Buyers Guide

You’ve taken a basic rider training course. Got a few thousand miles on the your new motorcycle. Lost your fear of traveling on the Interstate. Got caught in the rain and made it home safe. Great! Don’t get cocky. Overconfidence at this stage of the game is a dangerous enemy.Read More

Track/Racing School Buyer’s Guide

Riding a motorcycle is relatively easy. Riding a motorcycle well is a little harder. And riding one well enough to bring home a trophy or two is another level entirely. Fortunately for us mere mortals looking to cut down our lap times, there are several schools around the country offeringRead More

New Volvo XC90 buyers favour top-spec model

News 24 Aug, 2015 A whopping 76 per cent of new XC90s ordered worldwide are top-spec Inscription cars Latest

Gas Gas Employees Hang Effigy to Greet Prospective Buyers KTM

Beleaguered Spanish manufacturer Gas Gas continues to look for new ownership to save it from its significant debt, but one prospective new buyer received a less-than-warm welcome from employees during a planned visit to the factory. According to a report by EnduroPro, officials from KTM planned a visit earlier thisRead More

Consumer rights revamp gives car buyers more clout

News 30 Jul, 2015 New Consumer Rights Act clarifies buyers’ rights, but motor salvage changes could cause problems Latest

Touring Abroad: Buyer’s Guide And Advice

Touring America is one thing. Expanding your range to include Canada and Mexico is another. But for truly leaving your comfort zone behind, nothing beats putting an ocean between you and home. Whether your foreign country of choice be Africa, Australia, Japan or one or many of the Eastern orRead More

Touring in Canada and Mexico: Buyer’s Guide And Advice

The great thing about being a motorcycle rider in this part of the globe is that you can do and see plenty on two wheels within the confines of the contiguous 48. However, if you want to expand your borders a little (literally), the options for moto-exploration become even greaterRead More