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Penton A Find At CAMA Festival

KENT, CT - There weren't many motorcycles at the 30th annual Connecticut Antique Machine Association's Fall Festival on Saturday, and the few that were parked amidst the vendor tables, the vintage tractors, and the old, wheezing single-cylinder … [Read More...]

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Moto Guzzi Reveals V7 II

The Moto Guzzi V7 is getting a makeover, and an expanded name. It will now be the V7 II, presumably for being the second generation of a revived classic. Changes to the model include the addition of ABS and traction control, a six-speed gearbox, … [Read More...]

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Guest Column: Seeking Seafood In Maine

New England riders carry a great sense of pride in the region that we are fortunate enough to call home. Those of us from the southern New England regularly point our bikes north via those wonderfully windy ribbons of tar. As a resident of Litchfield … [Read More...]

Safe Riding By Steve Smith…

More "Safe Riding" by Steve Smith

Dealer Perspective By Bob Rosen

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Ride New England By Bud Wilkinson

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Unwanted XT250 Ends Up In Garage

Ever buy a motorcycle that you didn't need or necessarily want? Sometimes the urge to add some fresh iron to the garage is just too irresistible. That's why there's a 1983 Yamaha XT250 is parked next … [Read More...]

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A Backroads Buildup To Big W’s BBQ

One of the pleasures of motorcycling is spotting a previously-unexplored road and, on a whim, taking it. Sometimes the result is a dead end. A more common outcome is discovering a route that becomes … [Read More...]


Street Stuff Grills A Triumph Thruxton

Mention the word “grill” and I’m apt to smile. For me, the word doesn’t only conjure up an image of a backyard barbecue or a heavily-chromed front end of a car produced by Detroit automakers in the … [Read More...]