Thursday Jun 08, 2023

10 Most Popular Harley-Davidson Motorcycles

The first Harley-Davidson hit the road in 1903. Since then, America’s most famous motorcycle brand has produced countless two and three wheel models. While not every bike was a success, the company continues to dominate because though it may fail at times, it ultimately aspires to stay true to its roots.

Purists appreciate Harley’s commitment to tradition. And though they do update their technology from time to time, they don’t stray too far from their roots and what they’re best known for. Newcomers appreciate Harley’s willingness to experiment with new bike designs and attempts at entering new markets. These bikes

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The RTR 799e Is An Astounding Electric Motorcycle From A Popular Custom Shop

Electrification is the inevitable future, and whoever isn’t ready for it is missing out big time. Not only do big names in the motorcycle industry – BMW, Ducati, Honda – realize this, but even custom bikemakers are geared up to jump aboard the EV bandwagon. The newest example of the latter is Brazil’s Retrorides By Laurenco. Though the shop has excelled at custom BMW K series builds for 30 years, it has now plundered into the EV world with its new RTR 799e electric motorcycle.

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The RTR 799e Electric

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Here’s The Real Reason Why Baggers Became Popular Again

When riding season comes around, or you’re lucky enough to score a warm day in the middle of the winter, you may notice that everyone is happy to bring their bikes out. But if you are paying close attention, you may notice that a significant portion of these motorcycles happen to be on the bigger side.

That is because almost everyone these days are upgrading to a touring motorcycle, aka “baggers.” They are in the city. They are in the suburbs. They are in rural towns. They are literally everywhere. So why has there been a sudden surge in popularity

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Only 1 Popular Sports Car Is Named After a Naval Warship

Car names take inspiration from various sources, such as animals, mythical creatures, and geographical locations. For instance, Ford named the Bronco after a bucking horse, evoking images of untamed power. Other vehicle monikers nod to cities or regions like the American West — such as Hyundai’s Tucson and Santa Fe — referencing a rich heritage and nostalgia. But only one iconic sports car was named after a naval warship: the Chevrolet Corvette.

The history of the Chevy Corvette

Chevy Corvette named for naval warship
2020 Chevy Corvette Stingray | Chevrolet

The Chevrolet Corvette’s history dates to the early ’50s. It first appeared at the GM Motorama

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Five Popular Motorcycle Companies With Chinese Connections

Up until the last decade, Chinese motorcycle companies were nowhere on the world map. A “Chinese motorcycle” traditionally meant the two-wheeler was either a cheap copy, a low-quality small commuter, a futile attempt, or all of the above.

But the tables have turned big time in the recent past. Chinese giants have slowly deep-rooted themselves in the international two-wheeler market, via an array of strategic partnerships. These help popular companies cut down on manufacturing costs and cater to the populous Asian market, in exchange for rights to their engineering recipes. In fact, this has become quite a trend now, and

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