The joint venture with Panasonic should help clean city air.
Six-cylinder bike looks to pay homage to 1970s CBX.
That's a pretty big surcharge for an extra wheel.
He collides with a car, breaks windshield.
Watch as Travis Pastrana pays tribute to legendary stuntman Evel Knievel by landing three crazy motorcycle jumps in one night in Las Vegas.
Included is the Caesars Palace fountain jump that almost killed Knievel.
Here's a good way to own a new bike that looks like it's from 1972.
Smart security features have given me peace of mind.
Says, without details, that other motorcycle companies are coming here.
Triumph ridden by Steve McQueen to be displayed at Salon Privé.
Harley-Davidson will build outside of U.S. to avoid tariffs.
It's too much cost to pass off onto dealers and customers.
Yes, H-D used to make bicycles. Yes, you can have one.
Originally shown at the Tokyo Motor Show last year, the redesigned Honda Monkey and Super Cub will come to the U.S. as 2019 production models.
John Surtees remains the only champion on two wheels and four.
Proposed system uses a car's existing driver-assist sensors.
The future will be cool, because it has motorcycles with jet thrusters. No, not flying motorcycles, they're still very much ground vehicles. But they're still really cool, because they could save you some nasty injuries and expensive repairs.
When Confederate Motorcycles changed its name to Curtiss — in honor of Glen Curtiss, the inventor of the V-twin engine — the company pledged to make only electric motorcycles. Curtiss did manage to sneak out 35 examples of the V-twin Warhawk last year, based on the Confederate P-51, but that really was the last of the ICE line. Curtiss has now opened the electric account with its Zeus prototype motorcycle, a battery-powered two-wheeler that aims "to future-proof the all-American hot
Lithium battery technology company Alternet Systems announced Tuesday the formation of a new company that will build an electric motorcycle based on the classic 1938 BMW R71 motorcycle with sidecar used by German troops during World War II and by Steve McQueen to outrun them in the 1963 film "The Great Escape."