The connection between the GS brand and adventure is strong and vital like the connection between Ducati and racing. When the last GS came out I thought it was impossible to make it better. On the other hand, I was … Continue reading The BMW R1200GS 2WD Hybrid you dreamed of
A big announcement came this week from Silicon Valley. Elon Musk, the man who wants to colonize Mars, started a company which will put together experts and scientists to merge machines with our human brain. Musk thinks this is the … Continue reading The Merge between Human and Machine
I have to say that the Qatar race was always full of action. Since 2004, if I remember it right, it was full of surprises each year. On the other hand, I have to make a point about the track … Continue reading This is a Promising Season starting from Qatar
This is probably one of the most important articles, at least for me. I’ve done a lot on a motorcycle in my life, from racing to long distance travels. I learned that serious injuries and in some cases fatalities come … Continue reading 5 rules to stay safe on a motorcycle
The real comeback was actually last year after a long pause of several years. It’s not a big trade show like the one in Cologne or Bologna but it’s important to bring the community together. I’m happy to say … Continue reading The Berliner Motorrad Tage is back
“There are two kinds of bikers: those that have been down and those that are going to go down” Biker saying. Going down in the 1970s meant to get badly hurt most of the time and this is where … Continue reading Who is Lino Dainese?
The last three-day test in is finally over and we’re 10 days away from the first race in Qatar. The test was on the same track and if in Sepang there were a lot of surprises last week we just … Continue reading Rossi in Qatar “We need a miracle”
The Extreme Enduro is becoming more and more popular. Last month we talk about the King of the Moto which is a long tough race in the Californian desert but the Hell’s Gate is a different story. The Hell’s Gate … Continue reading What is Extreme Enduro? And where is the Hell’s Gate?
It all began in 2007 when Keanu Reeves met Gard Hollinger asking him for a custom Harley with sissy bars. To which Hollinger said immediately “no”. But he showed him the kind of custom he could do and Reeves was … Continue reading Arch Motorcycle and the new American Spirit
Last Friday, the world of racing lost one of the most important figures. A successful rider, an important ambassador, and a very nice person. We want to commemorate his life today with some stories you might not know. The loophole … Continue reading Remembering John Surtees
The most sensible answer to my stupid question is obviously no but stay with me and you’ll find out. But I swear, it really has no brakes. … Continue reading Would you buy an Indian with no brakes for $49,900?