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by: Scott Cochran photos by: Alessio Barbanti, Paul Barshon, Tom Riles & Freddie Kirn March 6, 2014: Maybe I was surprised because Southern California wasn’t on my motorcycle riding radar. Yet here I am, just north of downtown San Diego on Highland Valley Road, tearing past orange groves and palm tree farms, grinding the floorboards on […]
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by: Walt Lumpkin The newest bike in the Suzuki line is the GW 250 and it gives them a low cost niche in the starter motorcycle lineup. This lightweight bike is 248cc’s of two wheel fun directed primarily toward the first time rider. With an MSRP of $3999 it is affordable for most wallets and […]
As I twist the throttle and lean into the curve, the brisk October wind slings a basketful of brightly colored Autumn leaves across the highway ahead of me. Colors so vibrant my nose sniffs the air searching for what my brain insists should be a host of complimentary fragrances. With the speedometer reading 85 mph, […]
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Passing through the rust belt near Allentown Pa, I can see the black wall of angry storm clouds racing towards me from the southwest. It seems “thunderstorms and test bikes” are my constant theme in 2012. First it was tropical storm Earl and the Victory Cross County Tour, then it was an unnamed but equally […]
A mischievous grin split my face as I approached the empty intersection a mile from my house. Poor planning years ago had turned what should’ve been a mundane 3 way city intersection, into a quarter mile twisty motorcycle launch pad. I slowed slightly, shifting my weight to the left, and pushed the bike over into […]