Yesterday, July 19, at the 2008 Motorcycle Ride for Vets edition, the Associated Press gathered nearly 400 motorcyclists that rode in order to raise money for veterans and serviceman of the U.S. military.
We’ve earlier published news about the Divas For A Cure Annual Cross-Country Breast Cancer Motorcycle Run and the video below comes as yet another proof that the guys on two wheels get involved in everything they are required for. And if they’re not, they’ll offer to do so and we’ll still come up with such news. Way to go!
This year, Divas For A Cure Annual Cross-Country Breast Cancer Motorcycle Run has reached its third edition and there has already become a custom for Harley to join the hundreds of bikers and fans in their journey to Atlanta. The event starts on July 19 with a clear goal: raise $100,000. Money will come in form of donations and will be used by Divas For A Cure to prevent and cure breast cancer through educative projects and early detections. The sum has been doubled compared to last year (...) More
People say that the good you’ve done will some day come back at you and it sure does, sooner or later. A highly conclusive proof of this fact is the ride on the Indy 500 track that participants of Motorcycle at the Miracle Ride had.
The lap on the famous track came as a reward for helping out the children in Riley’s Childrens Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana and the guys surely enjoyed every second of it. Just look at them go as they enter the straight line!
On Monday, June 30, 2008, Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.) members around the world will band together in a singular challenge, to log a cumulative one million riding miles by the day’s end. Whether they ride around the block or all day, solo or as part of a group, wherever in the world they ride, H.O.G. members participating in Million Mile Monday will ride together in a unique opportunity to make club history. "Ride to work, at lunch, or all day long. Ride alone, with friends, or with (...) More
KTM has teamed up with renowned motorcycle tour company, Motocadia, to offer KTM V-Twin owners a once in a lifetime opportunity to take a fully guided tour to the KTM Festival and then ride home via the world famous Grossglockner Pass in the Austrian Alps.
Dust. Deep sand. And some of the most scenic and challenging off-road trails in North America. No, it’s not Baja. It’s the Pine Barrens of New Jersey - site of the inaugural XPLOR event that occurred this April 20th-22nd. Carrying on a tradition that began several years ago in Death Valley and Ocala, BMW Motorrad once again hosted a dual sport ride for BMW owners, only this time as the "XPLOR the Pines" GS ride. Attractions included not only the area’s amazing scenery and trails, but (...) More
KYMCO Canada is proud to be a sponsor of this year’s National Female Ride Day taking place across the country on May 4th. The event, intended to increase Female Rider Awareness, is being highly publicized throughout over 1000 dealerships across Canada. Invites female riders to ride their scooters or motorcycles on May 4th in the hopes that their actions will encourage other women to explore the exciting world of riding! KYMCO Canada encourages all female KYMCO riders to take a photo of (...) More
Buell Motorcycle Company announced new "Inside Pass" track day program that opens premium race tracks around the U.S. to riders of all brands and gives them the opportunity to test ride the latest Buell models on-track during the event. The first event was held at Barber Motorsports on March 31, 2007. Out of the 85 riders that registered to participate in the event, 25 percent of participants had never attended a track day event before. Buell Motorcycle Company also gave a total (...) More
After a week of public debate, Moline aldermen Tuesday reversed last week’s decision and voted to provide police protection for the Bi-State Motorcycle Awareness Ride. The council also voted to have the Bi-State Motorcycle Council pay the costs of the additional police protection for the May ride, which is estimated to be about $1,400. The vote was taken at the committee-of-the-whole meeting. A final vote will be taken at next week’s regular council meeting. Aldermen voted not to provide (...) More
How will you get to work on July 18? Motorcycle maybe? That’s what state Rep. Richard LeBlanc - the proud new owner of a Harley-Davidson Peace Officer Ultra Classic - hopes. The Westland Democrat and 13 fellow Democratic lawmakers - most of whom don’t own motorcycles - want the state to designate the third Wednesday of every July as "Ride Your Motorcycle to Work Day." "I’ve always loved motorcycles," said LeBlanc, who got his first one as a gift from his grandfather at (...) More