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This week we start things off by discussing the new 2018 Honda Gold Wing and the changes that have been made to the newest generation of this world famous motorcycle. Then it s on to the latest in industry news. This week we catch up with Robert Pandya Motorcycle Industry Insider who talks with Steve about the challenges facing the future of motorcycling and some possible ways to keeping the industry alive and going strong for the years ahead. We also discuss Johns new rain gear and Walt s Farken Straps! Of course we cover our weekly safety tip and Trivia question and a whole lot more. So grab yourself a hot cup of coffee or a cold ice tea and join us or download the show and take it with you, as we bring you another fun and informative show. For more about the World of Motorcycling please visit www.worldofmotorcycling.com
Hanging out with the Motorcycles and Misfits podcast crew - super cool people who really care!
A podcast interview with the guys from Pit Pass Radio.
Steve Lita, American Iron Magazine Editor find out what's going on around the industry to further our cause I know what you're thinking: Steve got the headline wrong. Usually it's the other way around, right? While usually true, that's not the case this time around. Let me explain. Increasing ridership are the
Robert Pandya updates us on the Give A Shift motorcyclist group which seeks to open discussion on the future of motorcycling and the motorcycle industry.
What can one rider do to improve the future of motorcycling in the United States? I plan to start with these steps.
Another article directly inspired by GAS - thanks Motorcycle Marc for weighing in.
M1GP and Women In Motorsports Foundation Announce New Superlites Endurance Championship for 2018
December was the UK s worst month for motorcycle sales in 2017, but does that actually mean the industry is in trouble in Britain?
It all started with a single bike, in this case a 1988 Honda Hawk GT
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