Motus Motorcycles is proving that its 1.65-liter V4 engine can handle boost with the custom Lone Star 2. Based on the company's MSTR bike, this version gets a supercharged engine and a body without a fairing.
Word has it US Highlander is getting back to producing motorcycle engines. As you may recall, the company was on track to start a new line of American-built bikes when a small plane crash claimed the lives of Chase Bales, Damian Riddoch and Mats Malmberg, the main players behind the company. Without them, the US Highland plant closed its doors.
You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension – a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. You're moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas. You've just crossed over into... the SEMA Zone.
Brace yourselves, it's about to get geeky. We don't typically dig on celebrity crushes, but we've made a special exception for the lovely Katee Sackhoff. As one of the stars of "Battlestar Galactica," the actress quickly established herself as our favorite toaster-frakking Viper pilot, and her charm outside that tomboy role only made her more endearing. Now she's gone and given us another reason to be smitten. Sackhoff recently contracted the custom motorcycle gurus at Classified Moto to build h
There are many believers in alternative fuels these days, be it biodiesel, ethanol or butanol, who wish to share their knowledge and passion about the energy potential of renewables to the masses. One way that some choose to do this is by creating high-powered vehicles and attempting to set land speed records. We have seen it with the E85 Viper and now we see it with Die Moto, a custom motorcycle which has been designed to run on biodiesel and WVO. The vehicle is built using BMW parts for both t
We love Carroll Shelby. You love Carroll Shelby. We all love Carroll Shelby. Repeat. We also love the cars that have the Shelby logo on them. Except, maybe a few of the Dodge products in the 80's. An Omni probably should never be called a Shelby. Anybody disagree? (Yes. I owned one. -Ed.)