Saturday, March 25, 2023
Buy Online & Pick-up In Store!
Home Cycles Page 2


Motorcycles, new and classic. View the entire archive.

Night Riding

Some things are better done in the dark. Riding a motorcycle, for instance.  At night, you do not have the sun in your face. You have the stars, above - backlit, perhaps,...

How to Double – Even Triple – Your Gas Mileage

There is not much we can do about the doubling-plus of the price of gas, which is a function of our money buying less as much as it is a function...

The Art of the Ride

Why ride a motorcycle?  You are exposed to the elements. It requires concentration, involvement. You cannot text. You may get wet. You are fully in control of the thing, especially if it’s...

Dumb – As Seen in the Rearview

We all do dumb things - which we thought at the time we did them were smart things. One of the dumbest things I’ve done over the past several years was...

Nostalgia, Already . . .

We will sell no wine before it’s time. So said Gallo pitchman Orson Welles, a long time ago. Nostalgia is like that. It takes time to develop. We are not usually nostalgic...

2022 BMW R18 Transcontinental Walk Around

Here's a look at what I used to love about new cars... on two wheels: Full review will be up in the next day or so!

The Emergency Bike

I've written before about the soundness of owning - of getting if you don't already own - a motorcycle in order to remain mobile in the months and possibly years ahead....

Don’t Forget to Remember

When you're down, it's time to get out. I remembered this important axiom of mental health yesterday. Or rather, I was reminded of it, by my girlfriend - who gently suggested we...

Old Bike Asterisk *

Ever try finding a firing pin for an Iowa Class battleship's 16 inch guns? They probably didn't make very many - and the ones they did make were last made probably...

Bridging the Supply Gap

Getting around may become harder in the months - and years - ahead. What good is a car without gas? Or a motorcycle without tires? I've written previously about the many merits...
Skip to toolbar