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  1. If you put up your slipper in the Buckeye state, Harley Davidson’s got some news for you – they’re hiring, and the report from WKBN states that the Youngstown-based dealership will be looking to fill positions in anything from servicing to sales, parts and secretarial duties.  When the American motorcycle manufacturer came out with the...

    The post Ohio: Harley-Davidson Is Hiring appeared first on webBikeWorld.

  2. Why is Team Red Bypassing Sales for the V2L to hit the MotoE paddock? When Energica stepped down from MotoE and Ducati decided to step in as the electric track’s official bike supplier, the company was racing the clock – after all, they committed to racing for 2023, so that left this year to solidify...

    The post Ducati: Chinnock Tells Why Electric ‘V2L’ Prototype Will Go Trackside Before Hitting Dealerships appeared first on webBikeWorld.

  3. ‘Flying Motorcycles’ Now Have a Whole New Meaning Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) has been tinkering with the concept of an unmanned transport system that could potentially help in the daily lives of communities worldwide – and we’re told that the aircraft component houses a supercharged engine from the bonkers Ninja H2R. It makes sense, really.  With...

    The post Kawasaki’s ‘K-Racer-X1’ Prototype Uses a Ninja H2R Engine appeared first on webBikeWorld.

  4. Honda is Seeing Double I don’t know what it is about Honda engines (for reference, please scoot over and take a gander at the CBR1000F boasting a turbo-ed K24 minivan engine we covered last week), but we have another chonky custom build for the bike banks – and apparently one engine wasn’t enough, because this...

    The post Criminal Customs: A Double-Engined 750 Salt Flat Racer “Anti-Christ” for the Bike Bank appeared first on webBikeWorld.

  5. A New Breed of Machine Designed To Evolve Tarform, a Brooklyn-based automotive startup boasting a fleet of pretty emission-free machines, has just begun delivery to the eager hands of clients worldwide.  In a report from Electrek, Tarform outlines the difficulties that they overcame to get their bike, from initial basic sketches to technology limitations and...

    The post Tarform: American-Built Electric Bikes Begin Delivery Phase appeared first on webBikeWorld.

  6. As if it weren’t enough that ARCH landed a partnership with Motul for high-tech solutions and lubrication, Keanu Reeve’s co-owned bike brand now has purportedly teamed up with J.W. Speaker for lighting technologies – and that includes future models still draped for the near future.  An example of this, BusinessWire tells us, is a revolutionary...

    The post ARCH Motorcycles Collab with J.W. Speaker Includes “Revolutionary Adaptive Motorcycle Headlight™” appeared first on webBikeWorld.

  7. The Thinking-Man Racer It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Preston Petty, owner of Preston Plastics and a motocross and off-roading legend in his own right.  The report from RoadRacing World states that the man passed away on January 16th, at the ripe age of 81 – and what a legacy...

    The post AMA Hall of Fame: Preston Petty Passes at 81 Years Young appeared first on webBikeWorld.

  8. World-Class Safety Apparel Meets Top-Notch Rider Education On top of being  on the sale block by parent company InvestCorp, Dainese has just secured a multi-year partnership with Yamaha Champions Riding School (YCRS) – and the support for motorcycle students will set standards for safety and expertise in a way that has us grinning with approval. ...

    The post Dainese Gear for Yamaha Champions Riding School in New Multi-Year Partnership appeared first on webBikeWorld.

  9. I know what you’re thinking.  “How in bloody sausages does a bike like that rake in $45,000 at an auction?” While the aesthetic of the bike might come across as leaving something to be desired (I know it did for me at first glance), the looks of the thing is not the selling feature.  Vyrus...

    The post Eye Candy: A $45,000 Vyrus “Little Rocket” Razzetto For the Gallery appeared first on webBikeWorld.

  10. The Chinese Zodiac may have given us the Year of the Ox for 2021, but MCN thinks it should be rebranded as the Year of the British bike – and no wonder. With bigwigs like Norton, Triumph, Royal Enfield, BSA, and others bouncing back for the second millennium’s new decade, we’re more than a little...

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