The June/July issue of Inside Motorcycles features a little bit of something for absolutely everyone on the motorcycle radar. We start with our cover bike, the stunning new Triumph Bonneville Bobber, the most authentic retro-custom production bike we've ever seen. Then we have two polar opposites on the riding spectrum: the KTM 1290 Super Adventure R and the Kawasaki Z125 Pro. One boasts 1,301 cc and 160 horsepower; the other comes in at 125 cc and 9.6 hp, but both have a target market and plenty of usefulness. Find out more in the June/July issue of IM!
On the touring front, long-time columnist and contributor Larry Tate reports back on a winter trip to Las Vegas where he and a friend roared around the arid southwestern US for a week. Race fans will like our championship racer spotlights on Vintage Road Racing Association No. 1 plateholder Paul Brubaker and Edmonton Road Racing Association ace Justin Knapik.
We also bring you tech articles on rolling resistance and tire chatter, as well as a look back at Ducati's 851/888 World Superbike machines of the late '80s and early '90s.
As always, this description doesn't do the issue justice. Get the latest copy in your hands for all the gorgeous photography and in-depth features in the June/July issue of Inside Motorcycles!
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Wednesday, 10 May 2017 12:22 Published in Current Issue
The June 2016 issue of Inside Motorcycles is hitting mailboxes and better newsstands as we speak! What's inside?
Wednesday, 27 April 2016 14:45 Published in Current Issue
The June issue of Inside Motorcycles has been landing in mailboxes, inboxes and on better newsstands across the country this week! We've got the Ducati Scrambler, a dual sport ride in southwest Africa, Honda Gold Wing 40th anniversary content and more!
Friday, 22 May 2015 11:59 Published in Current Issue
@HarleyCanada • CONCORD, ON, May 19, 2015 - Just ride. It is a simple idea that expresses the passion that unites motorcycle riders around the world, regardless of age, location, or brand. It is also all anyone needs to do to join the thousands of Harley-Davidson® motorcycle riders and Harley Owners Group® members who are flexing their freedom and hitting the open road during the Harley-Davidson® World Ride on June 27 and 28.
"One of the beautiful things about riding a motorcycle is how it lets you check out from the daily grind and experience the pure feelings of joy and freedom it brings," said Ken Ostermann, Harley-Davidson® General Manager of Integrated Marketing Operations. "The Harley-Davidson World Ride is all about being on your bike, loving life, and sharing that feeling with others."
One World, Two Days, Millions of Miles
Launched in 2008 by the Harley Owners Group® as Million Mile Monday®, the annual riding event was expanded into the two-day Harley-Davidson® World Ride in 2012 to give more riders worldwide an opportunity to participate. In 2014, participants logged more than ten million miles on solo rides, in groups large and small, and through a variety of Retailer-led events around the world, united by their shared passion for motorcycling. For 2015, the event retains its two-day format, but shifts to Saturday and Sunday to enable even more riders around the globe to participate.
"The thrilling feeling of freedom and independence experienced by riding a motorcycle can be life-changing. Participating in the World Ride is a perfect opportunity to share that experience with a non-rider, perhaps by inviting them along as a passenger to share the ride," Ostermann said.
Whether it is across town, cross-country, or anything in between, every mile counts and can be recorded by logging into the online mileage accumulator of Harley-Davidson at h-d.com/worldride, where a rolling odometer will record the collective distance traveled by all participants in the World Ride.
Ride participants can log their post-ride mileage directly onto the World Ride website from mobile devices and share their riding stories and photographs on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #HDworldride. Participants can also download a certificate of participation after logging their mileage on the World Ride website.
To learn more about the Harley-Davidson® World Ride, visit h-d.com/worldride.
About Deeley Harley-Davidson® Canada
Deeley Harley-Davidson® Canada is the exclusive Canadian distributor of Harley-Davidson® motorcycles, Genuine Motor Parts and Accessories, and MotorClothes® apparel, which are provided through a national network of authorized Harley-Davidson® Retailers. Office and distribution warehouse facilities are located in Richmond, British Columbia, and Concord, Ontario. Visit Harley-Davidson's website h-d.com
Thursday, 21 May 2015 09:58 Published in Industry News
Riding season is here! Let the June issue of Inside Motorcycles help you make the most of it thanks to our 2014 Canadian Ride Guide, featuring a full schedule of rallies, rides, races, riding schools, demo days and track days across the country! The 20-page Ride Guide is included ABSOLUTELY FREE in the June issue of Inside Motorcycles.
Thursday, 08 May 2014 11:46 Published in Current Issue
Yes, a new issue of Inside Motorcycles is on sale now! What's inside, you ask?
We review two exciting models including our cover bike, the refined-for-2013 Honda CBR600RR. Senior editor Colin Fraser writes the review, but Pro Sport Bike champ Jodi Christie gets the glory with the cover shot. He also writes a second impression after joining Fraser on the press launch at Chuckwalla in California.
Managing editor Graeme Jones goes to Ottawa to test out the brand-spankin'-new 2014 Yamaha Bolt and Bolt R-Spec, an urban cruiser that packs a lot of goodness into a package that retails for about 9 grand.
Thursday, 13 June 2013 14:27 Published in Current Issue