Articles Posted in the " HELMET " Category





  • 2008 Vespa LX & Appearal | Review

    2008 Vespa LX & Appearal | Review

    Vespa LX 150

    Vespa, the wasp-like icon of Italian mobility, was originally designed by Corradino D’Ascanio to meet the personal transportation needs of the people of Italy in the years following the Second World War.



  • 2006 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Classic | QuickShift

    2006 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Classic | QuickShift

    With Street Glide inspiration, details on this otherwise Full Dresser were changed to create an elegant bagger that belies its heft. Most obviously, the rear Tour Pak and plush Touring seat have been replaced by only a slim Badlander perch. The windshield is a minimized smoked affair, and whitewall tires are mounted on Harley-Davidson wire spoke wheels. Screamin’ Eagle pipes are throaty, without being obnoxious, and help the engine breathe more freely.


  • Ducati ST4 R by Lockhart Phillips USA

    Ducati ST4 R by Lockhart Phillips USA

    Ducati Project

    When one has the resources of Lockhart Phillips USA at his disposal, he can be certain of getting precisely the motorcycle he desires. Such is the case with Wendell Phillips’ Ducati ST4R, a tour de force of supersport touring customization.


  • 2006 Husaberg FE550e | Motorcycle Preview

    2006 Husaberg FE550e | Motorcycle Preview

    Husqvarna’s departure to Italy in 1986 was a blow to devotees of Swedish motorcycles. The last major marque had departed the Scandinavian country, leaving a painful void. Seizing an opportunity, many of the native Husqvarna engineers who were left behind, aspired to preserve Sweden’s position as an active player in the off-road motorcycle manufacturing game. Husaberg was founded in 1987 and, a year later, the first of many competition-worthy four-strokes was introduced to an eager off-road community.


  • 2006 Honda Gold Wing GL1800 | Motorcycle Review

    2006 Honda Gold Wing GL1800 | Motorcycle Review

    Asserting a Porsche-inspired six-cylinder boxermotor and a seating cocoon that recalls Eero Saarinen’s epochal Womb chair, the Honda Gold Wing GL1800 is the undisputed king of luxury motorcycle touring. Even in its basic stock configuration, the Gold Wing secures enough bells and whistles to assemble a Rose Parade marching band. Opportunely for riders and passengers desiring the ultimate in touring efficiency, comfort and form, Honda’s Genuine Accessories arm provides dozens of garnishes, allowing you to season your Wing to taste.


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