The April 2015 issue of Inside Motorcycles has been hitting newsstands and mailboxes this week, and it's a special one... it's the magazine's very first 'HOW-TO' ISSUE!
Have you ever wanted to learn how to drag a knee, or do the flat track slide? Want to know how to properly set your rear suspension on your own, or how to take care of a flat tire on the side of the road? Maybe you're looking for riding tips, like how to emergency brake or navigate a river crossing?
Friday, 13 March 2015 13:16 Published in Current Issue
The Feb/March issue of Inside Motorcycles has been moving briskly on better newsstands across Canada, and it's one of the most diverse issues we've ever put together. Cruiser tests, a 'round-the-world adventure piece, touring the US desert, drag racing, and tech tips – it's all here.
New 2015 cruisers take centre stage in the road testing department in this issue, featuring the all-new urban bobber-inspired Victory Gunner and the Harley-Davidson Road Glide bagger, as well as a sidebar on Harley-Davidson's new trike, the Freewheeler. Proving our diversity, we've also thrown in an impression of the Yamaha XT250, a little dual sport machine that proved to be a ton of fun all around.
Marika Thoms of Toronto-based boutique motorcycle shop Town Moto did an unforgettable desert ride late last year with her boyfriend Liam Cormier, from LA to Las Vegas, on a pair of Sportsters. The scenery was like flipping the pages in a National Geographic magazine about the western US, and the roads just got better and better as the ride went on. You may want to complete a ride like this yourself, so check it out in the Feb/March issue of IM.
If dual sport or adventure riding is your thing, we've got plenty for you in this issue including a profile on Horizons Unlimited, a Canadian-made, web-based adventure community that boasts 45,000 registered users. Or you can catch up on Catharine St. Denis and Les Clarke's No Agenda World Tour. The pair left Ontario in July and are currently riding around somewhere in Mexico. Find out how the first six months of their journey went.
On top of this, we've got racing coverage, the latest industry news, product reviews, columnists, tech tips and a whole bunch more in the Feb/March issue of Inside Motorcycles.
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Wednesday, 25 February 2015 12:13 Published in Current Issue
Just in time for your holiday break, the January 2015 issue of Inside Motorcycles is currently arriving in mailboxes, on newsstands and online!
As our cover indicates, the lead story in our January issue (Vol. 17, Issue 09) is about all of the hottest new bikes being introduced for the 2015 model year. We took all of the new 2015 models and listed our top picks in eight different categories. Which are our faves? Pick up the latest issue to find out!
Friday, 19 December 2014 16:17 Published in Current Issue
The newest issue of Inside Motorcycles has hit the streets! Read on to find out what we've jammed into the latest issue (December 2014, Vol. 17 Issue 10) and then go pick yourself up a copy on better newsstands across the country!
Tuesday, 02 December 2014 10:58 Published in Current Issue
Yes, it's back! For the third year in a row, Inside Motorcycles has released its Nostalgia Issue, “Our annual salute to the vintage, classic & retro motorcycle scene.” It’s currently arriving in mailboxes across the country and on newsstands across the country. Read on to find out what's inside!
As our cover clearly implies, the October issue is a celebration of all things nostalgia. From the sixties-inspired logo to the photo of Lang Hindle at Mosport back in 1978, we wanted to make it clear that this was the issue for those who embrace their love of old bikes and simpler times.
Wednesday, 10 September 2014 13:57 Published in Current Issue
Say hello to August, and say hello to the newest issue of Inside Motorcycles (Aug/Sept, Vol. 17 Issue 05), currently arriving in mailboxes and on popular newsstands across the country! Read on to find out what's inside!
Friday, 01 August 2014 14:26 Published in Current Issue
Cruisers, touring in the US, vintage racing Nortons, the new Yamaha FZ-07, and the Rally of 5,000 Curves. Got your interest? Then you're going to love the July issue of Inside Motorcycles, currently arriving in mailboxes and on newsstands at Chapters, Indigo, Wal-Mart, Canadian Tire, Shoppers Drug Mart, Loblaws and more.
Monday, 16 June 2014 12:42 Published in Current Issue
Riding season is here! Let the June issue of Inside Motorcycles help you make the most of it thanks to our 2014 Canadian Ride Guide, featuring a full schedule of rallies, rides, races, riding schools, demo days and track days across the country! The 20-page Ride Guide is included ABSOLUTELY FREE in the June issue of Inside Motorcycles.
Thursday, 08 May 2014 11:46 Published in Current Issue
The May 2014 issue of Inside Motorcycles is currently arriving in mailboxes and on newsstands at Chapters, Indigo, Wal-Mart, Canadian Tire, Shoppers Drug Mart and Loblaws across the country. Volume 17, Issue 02 of "Canada's source for motorcycle news" features yet another diverse mix of content to satisfy the discerning Canadian motorcycle enthusiast.
Friday, 28 March 2014 14:40 Published in Current Issue
The April issue of Inside Motorcycles is 80 pages of two-wheeled bliss! You'll find out 2014 Adventure/Dual Sport and Touring Buyers’ Guides, exciting new Kawasaki and Victory model impressions, a story about touring in the hills of Colorado and profiles of champions from the worlds of drag racing and vintage road racing. Throw in a couple of intriguing technical articles and our usual mix of insider columns, news and product reviews, and you've got another killer issue of Inside Motorcycles.
Friday, 14 February 2014 11:53 Published in Current Issue