Articles Posted in the " England " Category



  • Royal Enfield: New Manufacturing Facility

    Royal Enfield: New Manufacturing Facility

    Motorcycle Industry News

    As a result of worldwide demand for its motorcycles, including a growing customer base in the United States, Royal Enfield Motors has begun construction on a new manufacturing facility in Chennai, India, the company anounced Wednesday.


  • Avon Motorcycle Tyres & PSI Partnership

    Avon Motorcycle Tyres & PSI Partnership

    Motorcycle Industry News

    Avon Motorcycle Tyres North America is proud to partner with Power Sports Institute (PSI) for 2011.

    The goal of PSI is to provide specialized training to technicians by partnering with industry manufacturers to create customized shop environments that more fully prepare technicians through hands-on education.



  • Avon Motorcycle Tyres: Storm 2 Rebate

    Avon Motorcycle Tyres: Storm 2 Rebate

    Motorcycle Tire

    Avon Motorcycle Tyres North America is proud to announce a new consumer rebate program on Avon Storm 2 Ultra tires. Beginning May 1 through June 30, simply purchase a qualifying Avon tire, and receive a $25 rebate per tire on up to two tires.





  • Triumph Motorcycles | Historical Timeline

    Triumph Motorcycles | Historical Timeline

    1887 to 2010

    Triumph Motorcycles is the British motorcycle marquee that produces a wide range of sport, cruiser and touring motorcycles that are all designed to provide outstanding motorcycling experiences.

    First established in 1902 and now located in Hinckley, Leicestershire, England, Triumph has set the pace with many historical motorcycles.


  • Casey Stoner | 2010 MotoGP Profile

    Casey Stoner | 2010 MotoGP Profile

    Casey Stoner Profile

    As a toddler Casey Stoner displayed a passion and talent for motorbike riding that was extraordinary, even by the standards of his bike-mad family. By the age of three he’d already graduated from pushing his older sister’s (Kelly) 50cc Peewee around the yard to taking his first ride on his own.


  • 1951 Vincent 998cc Black Shadow sells at auction

    1951 Vincent 998cc Black Shadow sells at auction

    The saleroom at the Yorkshire Event Centre in England was packed with a mixture of local bidders and international enthusiasts for Bonhams annual sale of Collectors’ Motor Cars, Motorcycles, Historic Commercial Vehicles and Automobilia at Harrogate. Spirited bids saw 92.14% of items on offer sold by lot (89.38% by value).


  • Tokyo Motor Show: 2010 Honda CB1100

    Tokyo Motor Show: 2010 Honda CB1100

    This is our second updated from the Tokyo Motor Show. We are standing here by the new 2010 Honda CB1100. It is powered by a newly developed air-cooled, 4-stroke, inline-4 DOHC engine that reminds me of my old days in England. The engine is said to be full of torque at low and medium rpm range with some moving horsepower at the top-end. Honda has designed this bike to capture your nostalgia with its simple retro design and muscular riding appearance.


  • Lean-burn standard on Royal Enfield USA models

    Lean-burn standard on Royal Enfield USA models

    Royal Enfield USA announces that the Lean-Burn AVL engine will now come standard on all of its classically styled models. The Bullet Classic with the Lean-Burn engine arrived stateside just this January and as of July all of the models can be purchased with the new, highly reliable engine style.

    Along with this announcement comes the news that Royal Enfield USA has been sent the final shipment of Bullets featuring the 70-year-old cast-iron engine, which has the distinction of being in production longer than any other motorcycle engine in history.


  • Peter Fonda selects Davida Helmet for Easy Rider 40th (photos)

    Peter Fonda selects Davida Helmet for Easy Rider 40th (photos)

    When Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper set off in search of "America" in ’69, Hopper went for a beat-up old hat to complete his gear whilst Fonda opted for the now iconic Captain America/Stars and Stripes open-face Jet. What they found out there (freedom, insights and some harsh truths amongst other things) was to have a profound influence not only on audiences but on film-making itself.


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