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HAS THE HARLEY-DAVIDSON BRONX BEEN AXED ALREADY?

The Harley-Davidson Bronx has 'mysteriously' disappeared from the firm's 'Future Vehicles' mini-site raising speculation it has been axed already It’s no secret Harley-Davidson is in the midst of a major overhaul following a complete management restructure, which in turn has borne a change in mindset of future models, and it seems the first victim could be its forthcoming streetfighter, the Bronx.     The compact sporty number was unveiled in the metal at the 2019 EICMA show alongside the Pan America, both of which make use of a brand-new 60-deegree V-Twin with a 975cc version appearing in the Bronx and al larger 1250cc for the ADV. Since then, both models have featured on the ‘Future Vehicles’ page on the Harley-Davidson...

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MotoGP ticket row: full refund for cancelled GP tickets booked online not possible

After months of delay, people who bought tickets for now cancelled MotoGP races are receiving refunds – but it’s not for the full amount and it has left a bitter taste. Ross Crymble and Gavin Frain paid hundreds of pounds for tickets for the Mugello event. Initially the round was postponed, leaving them in limbo. The organisers eventually cancelled the race on June 10, but it took until the end of July for many people to get their money back or be offered an alternative ticket.  Those who bought GP tickets direct from the circuit received full refunds at the end of June. But those who bought from MotoGP.com, the sport’s official website run by Dorna, have been offered replacement...

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MotoGP: Thailand GP Will Go Ahead Amid Coronavirus Concerns

OR Grand Prix of Thailand will go ahead The Sports Authority of Thailand confirms that the event, set for mid-March, can safely take place Thursday, 20 February 2020 Following communication from the Thai government, the FIM, IRTA and Dorna Sports can confirm that the OR Thailand Grand Prix will go ahead next month. With the outbreak of coronavirus affecting a number of locations and events worldwide, the decision required official consideration as the situation in Thailand was monitored. After consulting with the Ministry of Public Health’s Department of Disease Control, the Sports Authority of Thailand has officially communicated, on behalf of the Royal Thai government, that there is no major risk, with the country having infected patients under care and...

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How Coronavirus is affecting motorcycling

It appears that even 007 himself, James Bond, isn't immune to the coronavirus. The official Twitter page announced the new unfortunately-titled film 'No Time To Die' which was originally due to be released on 3rd April has been delayed by seven months and is due for release on 12th November. This news is of course relevant to partners of the film, including Triumph Motorcycles.   Update: 4th March, 16:49  Two more of the big early-year motorcycle shows – the Tokyo Motorcycle Show due to be held from the 27th to 29th March and the Osaka Motorcycle Show scheduled for the 20th to 22nd March – have been cancelled as Japan’s coronavirus lockdown widens. The nation has already closed schools and the government is trying to prevent...

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50 TIPS FOR RIDING A MOTORCYCLE ACROSS AMERICA

Crossing America on a motorcycle is the dream of many a rider. There’s something romantic about traversing the USA on two wheels, perhaps because it’s fairly challenging due to the sheer stamina required to ride 4,000 miles. There’s a lot to consider when planning a coast to coast trip – do you use your own bike, or rent one? How will you get back home when the ride’s done? What should you bring, and what should you leave at home? How long should you take, and what route? (Want to ride Coast to Coast for a super discounted rental price? Click here for details!) We’ve ridden across America several times, and have compiled some of the things we’ve learned in the...

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