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The Harley-Davidson Sportster is the longest running model in the Milwaukee-based marque’s history, it was first introduced in 1957 but its predecessor (the Model K) was on the market 5 years earlier. Since its inception, the Sportster has been characterised by its relative light weight (compared to other Harley models), low cost and accessibility to new riders.
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Simple fact: every motorcycle engine serves the same primary purpose – to pump air. And there’s a simple reason for this: the amount of air an engine can pump into and out of its combustion chambers determines how much fuel it can burn, and the amount of fuel it burns determines how much power it makes.
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We've seen attempts to improve the visibility of hand-signals, but Boston-based startup Lumos wants cyclists to use their heads when it comes to indicating turns. The company's high-tech bicycle helmet incorporates indicators, high-visibility LED lights and an automated brake light system in an effort to raise the bar on road safety.
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We recently posted a positive review of the Nexx XD1 Dual Sport helmet here on RideApart, and noticed that there is a very similar looking helmet available from Touratech called the Aventuro. Could the helmets from Nexx and the Touratech be the same products with different branding? We did some investigating are here are the facts:
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The top three in Motorpoint British Supersport feature race reflect on their performances at Brands Hatch.
Sometimes just having a go at something is all it takes. You might not be the best in your field, or perhaps it's just that you don't have what it takes to compete with the pros, but at least you'll be able to say you were there, you had a go and you have a lasting memory to savour. Lorenzo Buratti is a big believer in giving things a go and he's off to the 2015 Bonneville Speed Week to show the nesayers and procrastinators what they're missing out on...
Michael Dunlop retained his Race of Legends title for a fifth year in a row at the Armoy Road Races today. He brought his own BMW home 2.4 seconds in front Tyco BMW mounted Guy Martin and Dean Harrison on the Mar-Train Yamaha R1.
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A new documentary is exposing the dark side of Steve Jobs' genius.
Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney took on the cult of Scientology for his mind-blowing film Going Clear, and now he's the turned his cameras on the cult of Apple in Steve Jobs: The Man In The Machine.
A new trailer for the documentary film gives a taste of what to expect, charting Jobs' spectacular rise and revealing the steep price his friends, family and employees paid for that success.