The One Moto Show 2017

The One Portland’s Premiere Moto Show Never Disappoints By Bryan Harley The paned windows of a dilapidated industrial building in a sleepy Portland district flickered with newfound life, ignited by the din of a thousand conversations filling its chambers and an incessant flow of people through its doors. The 100-year-old foundry was an ideal backdrop […]

Thrashing An Indian FTR750 Flat Track Racer

Roundy-Round Racer Riding Indian’s revolutionary FTR750 By Dain Gingerelli Photos by Barry Hathaway/Courtesy Indian Motorcycle This story appeared in issue #355, available now on Greaserag.com. To the uneducated or untrained eye, flat track motorcycle racing on a mile course is a simple exercise of going in circles. When the green flag drops to start the […]

Harley to Launch First Production Electric Motorcycle Within 18 Months

Four years after the debut of its LiveWire project, Harley-Davidson announced its intentions to launch a production electric motorcycle within the next 18 months. The declaration came in Harley’s final financial report of 2017. The statement reads: Harley-Davidson remains fully committed to investing in product development to inspire new riders through redefining its product in […]

Keanu Reeves and ARCH Motorcycle to Star in Squarespace Super Bowl Commercial

The hype around the Super Bowl commercials has begun. And this year, there’s at least one out there for motorcyclists to get excited about. Keanu Reeves and ARCH Motorcycle, the company he helped found with Gard Hollinger, are the stars of Squarespace’s Super Bowl spot. Arch used Squarespace to make its first website when the […]

4 Most Expensive Harleys Sold At Las Vegas Auction

American motorcycle brands sold at this auction include Big Bear, Big Dog, Brass Balls, Buell, Champion Trike,  Cushman, Excelsior, Excelsior Henderson, Exile, Flying Merkel, Harley-Davidson, Henderson, Indian, Jefferson, Marsh Metz, Merkel, Mustang, Ner A Car, Pope, Powell, Sears, Spacke, Thor, Victory and Whizzer.

S.D. Supreme Court Ruling Positions Buffalo Chip to Become “First Town Built By Bikers For Bikers”

“Hello from the newest town in South Dakota… And likely the United States. Maybe even the entire world – Buffalo Chip, SD!” So states an announcement in Sturgis Rider News, the Buffalo Chip’s in-house publication. The announcement comes on the heels of a ruling yesterday by the South Dakota Supreme Court that reversed Circuit Court […]

1952 Harley-Davidson KR Tribute Bike

By Jim Babchak Photos by Don Rogers Basket Case Restored to Race Quality Racing has always been one of the most exciting elements of motorcycling, and in the late 1940s and early ’50s flat track racing was a hugely popular sport that pitted Harley-Davidson against Indian and a few other imports of the era. Founded […]

Official 2018 Daytona Bike Build: Saddlemen Eliminator Tracker Tail

Photos by Mark Velasquez/ Mark V. Classics From the get go Chaos Cycle’s George Stinsman had a vision for the 2018 Official Bike Week Motorcycle. He knew the stock 2010 Harley-Davidson Super Glide would make a sweet street tracker. Tracker-style motorcycles have been the rage the last few years, so why not make something rad […]

Harley-Davidson Snow Hill Climb to Debut at 2018 X Games Aspen

In an X Games first, Harley-Davidson Snow Hill Climb will make its debut at X Games Aspen as a medaled event alongside ski, snowboard and other action-sports competitions. The new medal sport will close out X Games Aspen 2018, which airs January 25-28 on ESPN and ABC. In the Harley-Davidson Snow Hill Climb, riders will […]

Women’s Motorcycle Show 3 Draws a Record Crowd (and a few of LA’s finest)

For the past seven years Alicia Elfving has been inspiring women motorcyclists via her blog the MotoLady. Through her trials and tribulations, her openness and candor, Elfving’s amassed quite the social following over those seven years. This following was none more evident than Saturday night at the MotoLady’s Women’s Motorcycle Show 3 as an estimated […]