There are 85 million Honda Super Cubs in existence but, thanks to Deus Japan, only one that looks like this. Meet the Firefly.
The Bimota Tesi 3D RaceCafe definitely takes the prize for the “most special” bike released at the EICMA show in Milan. I still can’t decide if I’d be proud or ashamed to call this thing my own, but I do know I definitely need to ride it.
On the one hand, the idea that Ducati thinks people are so dumb that they can’t tracker-ize the regular Scrambler is pretty insulting. On the other hand, this Ducati Scrambler Flat Track Pro is pretty damn cool. This one got lost in the new bike fray of EICMA a bit, but is well worth taking a gander at.
Moto Guzzi adds a touch of weird sophistication to every bike they make. It starts with that motor placement, and the individuality just seeps throughout. This year, they brought to EICMA what all the cool kids brought to EICMA – a Scrambler, but they also brought a heavy weight surprise.
Yamaha held a special unveiling in Hollywood, California today to pull the wraps off this: the 2016 Yamaha XSR900 - a stunning version of their FZ-09 naked sport bike.
Last week, we brought you news of a bunch of new additions to Triumph’s Retro line, brought to you by a bunch of people posting on Instagram when they probably weren’t supposed to be. Well, I finished a long week of traveling, so let’s dive in and see what separates these machines and look at the T120 and T120 Black.
This Sunday, over 30,000 well-dressed gentlefolk from over 400 cities in 79 different countries will ride to help fund a cure for prostate cancer. If you have a cafe, scrambler, bobber, or just want an excuse to dress up and ride for a good cause, you should join them.
I flew across the pond to wear a bowtie, pretend it’s 1950, and ride some new bikes that look a whole lot like old ones. They’re from a company called Royal Enfield, and they happen to be fantastic.
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The new Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards pose problems for automotive groups that aren't selling millions of cars of all shapes and sizes in this country. Take Daimler, for example. Most of the cars they sell in this country right now are C and E-class sedans with average fuel economy ratings somewhere in the…
Close your eyes and imagine it's 1979. A first-term Democratic president struggles with unemployment, malaise, high energy prices, and embassy trouble. The landscape of today looks like the landscape of then, but there's one important thing missing: The compact pickup. Where did they go? The small pickup was an…
Numerous headlines this afternoon are blaring the Obama Administration's strict new corporate average fuel economy standard for 2025. Car companies, the administration says, will have to average 54.5 mpg.
Chrysler decided to shoot 30 seconds of video showing a 300C sedan — sporting Utah dealer plates — supposedly imbibed with the 600-hp Viper V10 and an "SRT10" badge. So, you're just going to leave that there, then? [RedLetterDodge]
President Obama unveiled new, unified fuel standards today: 35.5 MPG fleet-wide by 2016. [Forbes]
The just-announced fuel economy policy changes demand 39 MPG for cars and 30 MPG for light trucks. A look at the data shows not a single automaker currently meets the new guidelines proposed today. Update.
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hostages auto execs just unveiled new emissions and fuel economy standards. The result? They've just killed all the fun cars.
The U.S. Transportation Department today will mandate the first passenger car fuel economy increase since 1975. The 2011 model year will require a fleetwide 8% increase above 2010 model year requirements to 27.3 MPG.