By Dennis Dumapias Patience. This is very much moto-related. I promise. 🙂 I got the chance to spend a few weeks driving an all-electric car this past winter. A co-worker of mine – who also happens to be a neighbor – had leased a Volkswagen e-Golf to use as a commuter during the week.
By Dennis Dumpias “I passed Dennis!” I swear. Who needs enemies when you have friends like mine? It was June, already a hot day at Thunderhill Raceway and there I was feeling the heat of having to learn to ride my 09 R1. My friends weren’t any help, as they were like sharks that
I’ve been fortunate enough to be a part of the beta testing for the Push SmartGauge. I’m not exaggerating when I say, this is the next big thing in lap timers. Because it is SO MUCH MORE… The Push SmartGauge measures not just lap times, but your speed at every point around a track, when when
I wasn’t kidding when I previously wrote about scouring my local classifieds for an MV Agusta F4. For the past eight to nine months now I have been regularly checking Craigslist for the exact specimen I’m looking for. I would even check out listings in the Los Angeles and San Diego area, but coming across
Editor’s Note: We don’t get paid by the manufacturers for these product reviews — we don’t even get free products. Not yet, anyway. (Yeah, that’s a hint, HealTech, MotionPro, Woodcraft, EvolTech, Sharkskinz, Alpine Stars, Dainese…) The last time out at Thunderhill I got to do some ‘shakedown’ laps on a friend’s late-model Suzuki GSXR750. My
I’ve owned motorcycles from most of the notable manufacturers, and a few that many folks have never heard of. A handful of Hondas, a couple of Suzukis, a pair of Ducatis, some Yamahas, a Kawasaki, a Triumph, an Enfield, a KTM, and a DKW. (Yeah, that last one is the one you’ve likely never heard
I came across this 2014 documentary by happenstance. As I was about to close out a Saturday night with some much needed sleep, I decided to catch a few minutes of one of my favorite movies, which was also one of my favorite motorcycle movies –The World’s Fastest Indian. I have an on-demand copy of