While many riders are happy to hang up their helmets when the weather gets bad, there are plenty of you who ride all year or are more than content to ride in the rain. There are lots more of you who would, if you knew how to do it right—and that’s where we come in.
Maybe an RV has ruined a few backroads for you as a pain-in-the-ass pace car. But surely you've pondered the prospect of living and driving within the same four walls at least once. Well we tried it; the mobile couch and kitchen is pretty kickass. But a Class A RV drives the way it looks; slow and unsteady.
I feel for all you folks who are about to get pounded by Hurricane Sandy on the East Coast. Most of the news reports I've seen say it could be one of the worst storms the region has seen in decades.
Two weeks ago, the unthinkable happened in L.A. It rained. That may not sounds as bad as an earthquake or a landslide or a wildfire, but it likely accounted for greater loss of life. You see, L.A. has a dark secret. In a city where everyone drives, no one actually knows how to drive, especially in the rain.
Below is a video of WTTG's Tucker Barnes casually giving a live report on Hurricane Irene today from Ocean City, Maryland while drenched in what he described as "organic matter" that "doesn't taste great." I wonder why it didn't taste great?
"That lawn's ain't gonna mow itself," she says. "But it's hailing God's dandruff out there," he replies. "Never you mind. Get on that tractor and don't come back 'till it's mowed," she says. Thanks to SWAT, there he is.
What did The General need most of all in the late 1980s? You got it, another marque! All those Suzukis and Toyotas being built in California and Ontario needed friendly Detroit-style badging, not to mention those Japan-built Isuzus.
A massive storm that struck the Russo and Steele auction grounds Thursday caused, according to estimates, $1.5 million in damages. That includes a massive tent protecting the classics falling, scratching and denting 600 cars. Gallery of carnage below.
A 310-mile wide, 620-mile long dust storm swept over Sydney early yesterday morning along with gale-force winds and hailstorms. The eerie red powder virtually shut down ground and air transportation and kept most people indoors.
As much as we may be inclined to mock the Thunderstorm, which combines the nose and a powertrain of a Geo Storm with the rear end of a Subaru Brat and was constructed with an impressive level of parts-bin rummaging, we're in awe of how cool it actually is. The Thunderstorm is up for sale due to the "RECENT PASTING" of…