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Americade Motorcycle Rally is June 2-7 in New York

Americade Parade

Heather Reinhart
May 30, 2014

The annual Americade Motorcycle Rally will be held June 2-7, 2014, in Lake George, New York, and organizers are calling it the ideal “motorcation” destination this June. One of the world’s largest multi-brand motorcycle tours, this event allows you and your friends to explore the Adirondacks... Read more »

MDA Ride for Life XXVII Raises More Than $1 Million

MDA Ride for Live Logo

Rider Magazine Staff
May 23, 2014

The 27th annual Ride for Life event to raise a total of $1,093,433 to fuel the fight against muscle disease in support of local families served by the Muscular Dystrophy Association. This year’s event brought out motorcycle riders and non-rider alike from across the Mid-Atlantic. “For nearly... Read more »

Caffeinate Your Ride at the Black Lightning Motorcycle Café

A BMW rider enjoys motorcycle-only parking in front of the Black Lightning Motorcycle Cafe. (Photos by Callista Hesseltine)

Greg Drevenstedt
May 8, 2014

Far northern California is an ideal motorcycling destination for many reasons, from the rugged coastal scenery to the majestic redwoods to the hidden backroads with almost no traffic. Now there’s another reason, a new moto-centric gathering place called the Black Lightning Motorcycle Café. Read our... Read more »

Rider’s 2014 National Motorcycle Events Calendar

Eric Sherer on, or in, his Norton “streamliner” at the 2006 International Speed Trials by BUB at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah.

Rider Magazine Staff
May 1, 2014

The sun is warming, the snow banks are melting and the temperatures are finally above freezing. It’s time to change the oil, adjust the valves, bore and stroke your credit cards and go wear out some tires! Here’s a list of some of the major motorcycle rallies and events this year, along with contact... Read more »

Las Vegas Auction Action

MidAmerica Las Vegas

Mark Tuttle
April 2, 2014

The circus at MidAmerica Las Vegas. Its huge stage flanked by big screens, runners in the aisles and the non-stop chant of the auctioneer make the Bonhams auction seem like an English tea party by comparison. Both had good crowds and sold millions of dollars worth of motorcycles in early January 2014.... Read more »

Star 2013: Sport Touring is This Club’s Middle Name

MSTA’s STAR 2013 rally.

Lance Oliver
April 2, 2014

The winding backroads of central Kentucky provided daily diversions at the MSTA’s STAR 2013 rally. (Photos by Lance Oliver) The guy at the beer tent at 3 p.m. during STAR 2013 was the loneliest guy in Lexington, Kentucky. People actually felt sorry for him. Not that he wasn’t busy in the evening,... Read more »

‘Two Wheels Only’ is Back With a New Owner and a New Name

Two Wheels of Suches Logo

Rider Magazine Staff
March 28, 2014

Riders may remember the historic campground and lodge formerly known as Two Wheels Only in Suches, Georgia, which closed in 2011. Bill Johnston, a local resident, purchased the property and reopened it in March 2014 under the new name, Two Wheels of Suches. Johnston also purchased additional land in... Read more »

Sportbike Track Time Offers Riders Nearly 100 Days of Riding and Instruction in 2014

Sportbike Track Time Logo

Rider Magazine Staff
March 5, 2014

Sportbike Track Time, powered by Triumph Motorcycles, offers riders nearly 100 track days at some of the most thrilling road courses in the country. The schedule stretches from February through December with riding and instruction for novice, intermediate and advanced riders in a controlled track day... Read more »

Motogiro D’Italia 2013

Amalfi Coast, Italy

Laura Byrd
February 4, 2014

From the mountains of Terni in central Italy, to the Mediterranean at sea level, the Motogiro d’Italia course included a long stretch of the famous Amalfi Coast. “My friend Giuseppe was down for the count,” said Burt Richmond of Illinois. “He was laid out on a stone wall with a medic holding... Read more »

The ‘Original Rust’ Makes Florida a Must: How the Vintage Iron Club Put West Palm Beach on the Bike Map

1971 Norton Café

Paul Garson
January 14, 2014

One balmy south Florida night, Bart Springer and Daniel Newcomb were out riding their café racers, a style of bike you didn’t see much of in the West Palm Beach area. Daniel was riding a 1976 Honda CJ360 done up café style while Bart was on his ’78 CB400 café. After rumbling up to a local bike-friendly... Read more »

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