We’re hosting the Janus Motorcycles crew for free demo rides Friday and Saturday May 13-14. Come check out the bikes, meet the founders, and take a ride on a 250cc production bike built in Goshen, Indiana.
Last summer photographer Joel Caldwell spent a life-changing month traveling through Mongolia. He came back to Brooklyn with an incredible experience under his belt, this collection of photos from his travels, and a solid affirmation of everything we love about traveling by motorcycle.
Women’s gear takes up 20 percent of our store, but it feels like women make up a much smaller fraction of riders walking through the door.
Being the most expensive doesn’t always mean being the best, and vice versa. But we’re going to go ahead and say these eight gloves—which just so happen to be the most expensive options in the store—are, in fact, the best.
Photographer Ryan Handt traveled last weekend to Portland, Oregon, to the SeeSee Motorcycles’ The ONE Show. Here are 21 highlighted bikes.
This XJR1300 is first Yamaha to ever cross the threshold and go on display at our new store, and it’s definitely a worthy candidate. It’s likely the only XJR 1300 in the country (this model was never imported) and that’s just the start of what makes it a unique specimen.
This very smartly put-together retro full-face helmet comes to us from Portugal-based helmet manufacturer NEXX. And given the way the Bell Bullitt and Biltwell Gringo have taken over parts of the motorcycle market like wild Kudzu, you can likely expect to see a lot more of this helmet through next season.
For anyone around here who tries to ride motorcycles for as much of the year as possible, this question answers itself. The tail end of fall is admittedly not so great. When it’s cold and damp and roads are slimy with wet leaves, it can be terrible. But before it gets shitty, before we slide all the way into an icy winter, there’s one last great gasp of the riding season—a grand finale that is, unquestionably, the greatest.
If our neighbors were angered by the sound of a hundred motorcycles gathering on the block at 9:00 last Sunday morning, annoyance almost certainly turned to confusion when they looked outside to see who exactly was making all the racket.
After 10 drawn-out months of renovation we’ve finally popped the champagne and christened the new showroom. It’s right next door to the old space so come down and see us. And if you missed the opening party, don’t sweat it. We’ll be here for the next 10 years and there will be plenty more to come.