TCX Urban Trend: X-Rap and X-Street Riding Boots
The TCX X-Rap and X-Street riding boots are part of TCX's Urban Trend lineup. They feature TCX's signature Comfort Fit System (CFS) that uses precision molding based on the detailed anatomy of the foot for comfort on and off the bike.
Both lineups include Woman Fitting Concept (WFC) technology for the unique contours of a woman's foot: A narrower heel, more accentuated instep and slimmer toe.
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For this MXA 2 stroke build we took a TC 300 2 stroke and got it ready for the 2 stroke Nationals at Glen Helen. With the help from Factory Services on the motor, Husqvarna , FMF , Pro Taper, Rad MFG, and many others we were able to build a race ready 300cc 2 stroke. For all the 2 stroke builds head over to motocrossactionmag.com
WRIST: Andy Cherney
MSRP (2015): $23,699
MODS: Screamin' Eagle Nightstick 2-into-2 Mufflers, SE Ventilator Elite Air Cleaner
From the start of the Harley-Davidson Road Glide's tenure at Motorcyclist, I swore that I wouldn't deign to put a new pipe on the thing.
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DEARBORN, MI, USA -- Ford engineer Matt West and his 6-year-old son Blade created every little boys dream in a 12.5 foot tall Hot Wheels loop; it was on the second try that a tiny Hot Wheels car successfully completed a loop with a diameter of 12.5 feet — beating the old Guinness World records record of 9.9 feet and setting the new world record for the Largest Hot Wheels track loop, according to the World Record Academy.
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For this 2 stroke build we turned to our very own Jody Weisel to build a trick KTM 250 SX. With the help of Nekken handlbars, Tusk wheels, TM designs, Factory Effex, Scalvini exhaust, and ESR suspension we were able to build a fire breathing 250 2 stroker. For all the 2 stroke builds head over to motocrossactionmag.com
Try as they might, Audi and BMW have never been able to match the prestige of the S-Class. It's not what you would call a perfect car, but the image and heritage give it appeal, and many celebrities love it more than their supercars.
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Engineers have developed a Human Powered Vehicle (HPV) (pictured) and will attempt to beat the women's arm-powered speed record in Nevada in September. It will be powered by paracyclist Liz McTernan and will need to travel in excess of 21.39 miles per hour (34.42 km/h) over a 656ft (200-metre) stretch of tarmac.
A team of experts is hoping to enter the record books by building the world's fastest bike powered by hand.
Engineers developed the Human Powered Vehicle (HPV) and will attempt to beat the women's arm-powered speed record in Nevada later this year.
It will be piloted and powered by paracyclist Liz McTernan and will need to travel in excess of 21.39 miles per hour (34.42 km/h) over 656ft (200-metres) to beat the record.
No peace at home in Honda this season. Before Pedrosa, who after the GP of Qatar has decided to stop to fix the problem right forearm with surgery, then Marquez on Saturday fell training with dirt track and a fractured finger. Big trouble in less than a week after the race in Jerez, where Marc is to be submitted by tracker, with 30 points to make up on Rossi.
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Vista Development, a company based in Lausanne, Switzerland, is launching a new application, Moto-Guard, to allow motorbike riders to help each other when a member’s bike is stolen, using a simple, anonymous and effective method.
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We were shocked and saddened and bummed-out to hear about Erik Buell Racing’s latest financial setback last week, but maybe not completely surprised. When you’re out there on the edge of traction, sometimes you fall off, especially when you get bumped by corporate nabobs. This isn’t the first time our favorite motorcycle iconoclast has had an unplanned dismount. (I, for one, know the feeling…) But a big reason we love the man is because he never fails to get right back in the saddle. Another reason is because he doesn’t choose the path of least resistance and maximum profit and personal safety, preferring to build outrageous American motorcycles nobody else has had the courage to do since Al Crocker. Here’s to Erik and to hoping all the good people at EBR doing God’s work will, ahh, bounce back once again and keep doing it ASAP.
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We could argue for days that beautiful women are Russia's biggest export, but we probably don't need to because everybody knows it. And while political tensions with the West are happening right now, that doesn't mean we can't enjoy a refreshing combination of angelic facial expressions and bad attitude.
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