KTM Reveals Info About the New EMotion Electric Mobility Platform

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By Wade Thiel An Electrifying New KTM KTM and Bajaj have been working on a new electric mobility platform called EMotion. Actually, it’s KTM and about eleven different partners, but the project started in March 2020 and is continuing to move forward. The list of partners includes AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, KTM Technologies …

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Behold, the Harley-Davidson HD350/Benelli 350S/Qianjiang QJ350

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By Dennis Chung Chinese manufacturer Qianjiang registered a new motorcycle design with China’s National Intellectual Property Administration, revealing a new naked bike called the QJ350. Why should you care about a small-displacement Chinese bike? Well, Qianjiang, of course, is the parent company of Benelli, meaning the bike we see here will likely be rebadged as …

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Best Womens Motorcycle Boots

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By Troy Siahaan It’s no secret the overwhelming majority of motorcycle gear is targeted and sized for men. As the majority of motorcycle owners are male, this tends to make sense. However, women represent one of the largest growing demographics in motorcycling, and motorcycle apparel manufacturers are starting to notice, creating apparel fit for the …

Harley-Davidson Announces the Let’s Ride Challenge

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By Wade Thiel Prizes and Motorcycles To help support riding everywhere, Harley-Davidson has a new Let’s Ride Challenge that’s designed to get people out riding. Through riding-related activities, participants earn Let’s Ride Challenge entries for a chance to win prizes, including a custom 2020 Harley-Davidson Low Rider S motorcycle. “More than building machines, Harley-Davidson stands …

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Honda Files Trademark for Motocompacto Return of the Folding Scooter?

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By Dennis Chung Honda has filed a trademark application for “Motocompacto” with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. If that name sounds familiar, it’s probably because it’s close to “MotcCompo,” the name of Honda’s suitcase-sized fold-up scooter. The original Honda Motocompo was only sold from 1981 to 1983, with only about 54,000 ever produced. Despite …