Sharing the Road with Robots, Part II

Last month, we looked at advanced assistance technologies in semi autonomous vehicles, which promise to greatly increase safety for car drivers, while potentially creating peril […]

The Need For Speed

Motorcycles can’t quite keep up with cars but have always surpassed them in thrills. A friend recounted her first experience riding a motorcycle was letting […]

The Cost of Motorsports Maintenance

The Complexity and Time Of Service Operations Dictate What You Pay A bike’s major service maintenance table contains a sea of dots, suggesting replacement or […]

Adventure by Gregory W. Frazier

Off The Bell Curve You can’t do it. For the dedicated pursuer of adventure, this statement feeds their need to take risks, challenge accepted norms, […]

Triumph Rocket 3R & GT

Brawny British triples deliver tons of power and torque, at a steep price. Originally launched in 2004, Triumph’s Rocket III has received a major overhaul […]

Street by Walt Fulton

Start The Year Off Right I arrived early to meet a friend at the train station and watched the associated traffic. The station has two […]

Fear Factor

Motorcycle riding done wrong can scare the uninitiated. Fear of getting hurt is a strong emotion that can paralyze, which is not a good thing […]

Pipeline

Suzuki  THE 2020 V-STROM 1050 line has an updated 1037cc V-twin engine for more horsepower, plus advanced electronic aids: new ride-by-wire dual electronic throttle assemblies; […]

Husqvarna Svartpilen 701 Ride Review

 There’s not a lot of practical application for the Husqvarna Svartpilen 701; it’s all about fun. Lightweight, and powered by a punchy single-cylinder engine, the […]