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  • 2012 Harley Softail Classic | Preview

    2012 Harley Softail Classic | Preview

    2011 Harley-Davidson Motorcycle

    The name says it all – classic. But although classic in styling, the 2012 Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Classic is far from classic in performance.

    For 2012, there are some upgrades to the legendary softail model, the biggest being an upgrade from the 96B to the counter-balanced Twin Cam 103B with fuel injection.


  • Zero Motorcycles achieves 455 MPG equivalent

    Zero Motorcycles achieves 455 MPG equivalent

    Zero Motorcycles today announced that it is the first and only electric motorcycle company to achieve three major milestones. They have passed both the US and Canadian safety standards and attained a ‘Certificate of Conformity’ from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). As a result, buyers of the Zero S and Zero DS can now benefit from major government incentives. They can also feel confident in the motorcycles’ superior engineering and environmental benefits.


  • Ride to Work Day is this Monday

    Ride to Work Day is this Monday

    To save green and be green, Americans need two-wheelers more than ever, so the Motorcycle Industry Council is celebrating the annual Ride to Work Day by inviting local motorcyclists and industry staff to start the morning at its national headquarters with a free breakfast gathering in Irvine, Calif.

    The June 15 national grass-roots effort is more relevant than ever. Motorcycles and scooters are a great way to save a lot of green while being more environmentally green at the same time.


  • An open letter to Governor Schwarzenegger

    An open letter to Governor Schwarzenegger

    Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
    State Capitol Building
    Sacramento, CA 95814

    Dear Governor Schwarzenegger,

    While discussing California’s budget woes, you recently suggested that people would have to sell off their motorcycles, among other purchases, to help make ends meet. We respectfully suggest that motorcycles and scooters are a great way to save a lot of green while being more environmentally green at the same time.


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