December issue available now!

December issue available now!

Written by  on Tuesday, 02 December 2014 10:58

The newest issue of Inside Motorcycles has hit the streets! Read on to find out what we've jammed into the latest issue (December 2014, Vol. 17 Issue 10) and then go pick yourself up a copy on better newsstands across the country!

The December cover bike is the totally revamped, 199 horsepower BMW S1000RR. Already considered by many to be the best superbike on the market, a thorough upgrade for 2015 sets the bar even higher for the competition. We also review the Indian Scout, a fiesty little sport cruiser pumping out 100 horsepower and delivering serious fun in a superb overall package, as well as the Brammo Empluse R, a powerful e-bike that's coming to Canada this year. Read our impressions of these latest 2015 offerings in our December issue!

Guest contributors provide some amazing stories this issue, too; Liane Langlois talks about her experience competing at the Bonneville Motorcycle Speed Trials on a Triumph Bonneville. The photography is impressive and Langlois captures the essence of what it's like to be at the iconic salt flats. Trevor Marc Hughes, meanwhile, visits Mount St. Helens, the volcano that erupted in 1980 causing widespread damage in Washington State.

Jason Thorpe takes us to the BYOB Rally in Pennsylvania, R. Bruce Thomas takes in the 2014 Canadian Motorcycle Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Motorcycle Memories Reunion Weekend in Edmonton, and we catch up with Miles and Shelley Holden, who recently donated their unique Ural sidecar race rig to the legendary Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum.

The best of the rest is here too including our insigthful tech articles, racing coverage and opinion columns. Our November issue really packs a diverse punch. Get your copy today! Subscribe now by clicking here or grab a newsstand copy at Chapters, Indigo, Canadian Tire, Loblaws, Shoppers Drug Mart, Walmart and more! Digital subscriptions and single copies are available online at

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