Indian Motorcycles Spirit Lake Factory Tours Set To Resume
New Petersen Museum Exhibit Will Showcase Custom Electric Motorcycles
Planning A Trip To Austria? Then You Have To Go To The Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum
Wheels Through Time Founder Dale Walksler to be commemorated in special event
Man Takes His Ducati 916 Obsession To The Next Level
Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum Looking To The Future with Advanced Design Center
Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum Re-Opening This Winter
German Museum Open Its Virtual Door With Stunning Vintage Motorcycle Photos
Covid lockdowns have prevented many of us travelling even within our own countries, let alone abroad. This is a massive handicap for many attractions that rely on revenue from visitors to keep the doors open. Museums have been particularly hard hit. However, if people can’t get to the museums, then why not bring the museum to the people? Digital technology allows us to virtually tour our favourite museums which experience can sometimes be more immersive than being there in person. The NSU museum in Germany is just one that is opening its virtual doors to all visitors.
ADV: Overland Exhibition at the Petersen Museum Exhibition
A new exhibition at the Petersen Museum in Los Angeles celebrating the spirit of adventure, from 1903 to the present day and beyond. Two- and four-wheeled vehicles, both earthbound and on other planets are on display, which celebrate not only the vehicles but the adventurers who rode and drove them.
"Ducati World" takes shape. Will have a V4 roller-coaster
If you’ve ever been to the Middle East, especially Dubai or Abu Dhabi, the Ferrari World at Yas Marina would have been the highlight of your trip. Getting on the fastest roller coaster in the world "Formula Rossa" and being surrounded by all that Red of Italy’s finest automobile maker can make you a kid all over again.
To be called as "Ducati World", Ducati laid the first stone to the world’s first theme park dedicated to all the motorcyclists, young or old, that will include a showroom, children’s attraction, roller coaster, virtual reality and many more indulging experiences fully showcasing the Ducati brand in a larger than life format.
Here is your chance to win a Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster
The National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham, UK, has the winter raffle contest going on for a while now and is drawing to a close. It is running for one final week, and the contest winner stands a chance to win a 2018 Triumph Speedmaster.
All you need to do is to spend £2 ($10) to buy an entry ticket for the museum, and you could just get lucky. Even if you didn’t win, you still could feel proud about having helped the museum with showcasing some of history’s iconic motorcycles to enthusiasts just like you and me.
Ducati is planning a big bash for the 25th anniversary of their Monster
The history of Ducati is driven by a unique engineering talent that has always generated motorcycles of unmistakable design and most profound sporting spirit. The Monster is no different. Which is why Ducati has planned a big bash for its 25th anniversary inviting all monsteristi to a Sunday Ride Classic, 24 March at Le Castellet, France.
The busy program includes many other events celebrating Ducati’s naked machine apart from the special celebratory parade. It will include the original Monster 900 MY1993 displayed at the Ducati Museum, an exhibition of special and custom Monsters and various contests.
Harley-Davidson unveils its 115th anniversary party plans
Harley-Davidson has been giving us resilient machines ever since they began their stunt back in 1903. This year, the Bar & Shield brand turns 115-years-old, and the company plans to leave no stone unturned to celebrate it with its fans worldwide. Bikers and non-bikers alike.
Harley has always celebrated such milestones with a bang, be it their first ever one on their 85th, 100th, or their 110th anniversaries, and each has surpassed their previous celebrations by a huge way. This time too the brand plans of treating everyone with a cynosure and for the first time, Harley invites those non-riders as well to enjoy the big bash set for August 29 – September 2.
“No matter what you ride, or even if you haven’t started yet, you are welcome to join the 115th-anniversary celebrations of Harley-Davidson.”
If Santa was a rider, this would be his pick
Christmas is over, but the excitement stays on. Thanks to this custom build of the 2016 Indian Chief Vintage. Called the ‘Top Mountain,’ this over-the-top bagger is a one-off made by an Austrian Indian Motorcycle dealer, Markus Krasser from Styrian Motor Cycle (SMC).