The hum of electric bikes will fill the air this weekend as owners of Zero motorcycles come together to celebrate ten years of the groundbreaking brand.
There are a lot of ways to fill the motorcycle calendar. Checking off the boxes of adrenaline and exotic, a technical riding school in the desert led by Ducati brings certain biker-bragging rights.
According to the motorcycle advocacy group, American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), there are two important dates to write down in that biker calendar.
Everyone can feel it, bikers, vendors and even officials note there are less bikers at Sturgis in 2016 than last year. Ironically, officials are happy with what they’re seeing.
As much as there is to see at the legendary motorcycle event, some sights are not expected at Sturgis such as models from Ducati. That is until this year and the upcoming event.
As of the time of publishing, a motorcycle gang of famous faces are taking to the open road to raise awareness and funds for HIV/AIDS and charities.
If EagleRider has anything to do with it, attendees of the upcoming motorcycle event, the 76th Annual Sturgis Rally should get ready to have a conversation about commitment. But don’t panic, it’s of the two-wheeled variety.
Famous faces and incredible motorcycles have been lined up by Victory for its time during the 76th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
On August 8th, the largest motorcycle event in the world will officially kick off in Sturgis, South Dakota celebrating its 76th year. Clutch and Chrome goes where the motorcycle story is and we want to take our readers with us.
Further examples of the motorcycle world heading to Sturgis comes from Mustang Seats and Roland Sands Designs releasing details of their to-do list and activities.