Mugen is effectively the 'official' Honda car and motorcycle tuner, with headquarters close to Honda's own R&D facility north of Tokyo.
A 24-year-old Pollock Pines man is under arrest following a miles-long high speed chase through two counties officers said reached speeds of over 120 miles per hour.
It might be an understatement to say that most motorcyclists are passionate about their bikes.
Honda Motor Corporation began using small rectangular mirrors on their street bikes all the way back to about 1957 on the C70-71, C75-76 and CE71 Dream Sport models.
Great business is best done by those who have one Big Idea. They sell the hell out of it, and then build on that to diversify upwards.
THE MOTORCYCLE PERFORMANCE SCHOOL has been set up by multiple World Supersport race winner and Championship leader Sam Lowes along with UK tuning house PTR to offer you advice to improve your riding and bike set up.
Honda just announced two new models aimed at beginning and experienced riders looking for fuel-efficient, easy-to-handle transportation, including a scooter with optional antilock brakes.
Two Isle of Man TT legends are to be recognised in a new range of collectable stamp products being produced in time for this year's TT Races.
Huge entry confirmed for inaugural Classic TT Races The Isle of Man Government, Department of Economic Development has attracted a huge entry for the Classic TT Races, the new motorcycle race meeting which takes place in August this year on the Isle of Man.
Some embrace a different ideal of cool. They ride Triumphs and Lambrettas, listen to underground music, and revere the past.
Honda ATVs Now With Ready To Ridea Pricing Honda is making it even easier to work or play on a Honda ATV with the introduction of Ready To Ride pricing on the entire range of Work, Sport and Fun ATVs.
But it's dribbling out key information about its new cycle -- including the price -- as it prepares to take on big names like Harley-Davidson and Honda with the iconic Indian brand.
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Take the A51 autostrada out of Milan, and half an hour later you'll arrive in the small town of Brugarolo.