May 27, 2019

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May, 2019

  • 14 May

    Riding Safer In New England, Shorter Season Contributes

    SEATTLE – The warmer the climate and the longer the riding season, the higher the rate of motorcycle fatalities. That’s the big conclusion derived from 2017 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration statistics just crunched by the insurance comparison website QuoteWizard. Mississippi had the highest fatality rate with a 14.22 per …

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  • 13 May

    When Is A Motorcycle Not A Motorcycle?

    HUDSON, MA – When is a motorcycle not a motorcycle? One answer may be when it doesn’t have a rear wheel, rather two treads. Tucked in a corner at the newly-opened American Heritage Museum here is such a vehicle – a German-built “”Kettenkrad” from World War II. Formally known as …

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  • 12 May

    Wild Rabbit Moto Show Draws A Crowd

    CAMBRIDGE, MA – A warm and sunny evening brought out riders to the fourth Wild Rabbit Community Moto Show on Saturday. The event, staged by Madhouse Motors in Boston, was held at Naco Taco on Massachusetts Ave. and attracted riders of all ages on all types of motorcycles. “Something we’re really …

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  • 9 May

    Indian Begins Rental Program; Not In Northeast Yet

    MINNEAPOLIS – Indian Motorcycle has started a rental program that will enable riders to hop aboard an Indian for either a short jaunt or a multi-day excursion, but bikes will initially only be available at nine dealerships nationally. None are in the Northeast. In announcing its rental program this week, …

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  • 7 May

    Photography Tips For Online Bike Selling

    There are four used motorcycles sold for every one new bike, and most dealers sell used bikes at a rate of less than one used for every new. That means that there are a lot of bikes changing hands in the private sector.  It’s become much easier to sell your …

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  • Destinations: American Heritage Museum

    HUDSON, MASS. – It is filled with what Colin Rixon succinctly calls “the tools of war.” Inside the 65,000-square-foot American Heritage Museum are more than two-dozen tanks. There’s also a variety of other armored vehicles among the more than 90 total; a V-1 flying bomb from World War II, a …

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  • It’s The Small Things That Need To Be Appreciated

    HARWINTON, CT – Life is full of negativity, annoyances and sometimes outrage. There are keyboard terrorists on social media posting insults (from both ends of the political spectrum), neighbors who leave their outside lights on all night and allow them to rudely shine in nearby windows, and, in summertime, the incessant …

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