Day: March 17, 2021

The Biggest Moments From Season 3’s Super-Sized Premiere

Mayans MC revved up for a new season on Tuesday, after more than 16 months off the air — and since we last saw the motorcycle club in 2019, things have gotten bad in Santo Padre.

The two-episode Season 3 premiere revealed there’s been a shutdown at the United States-Mexico border, which has had a negative impact on just about everyone. The club is barely moving a fraction of the product it used to, the Galindos’ agro-park is in limbo now that they can’t get any supplies from Mexico, and Santo Padre at large is suffering economically while Border Patrol agents line the streets to detain undocumented immigrants.

Let’s break down the major developments from Mayans‘ XL return:

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2021 Honda CB500X: Image Gallery



a man riding a motorcycle down a dirt road: 2021 Honda CB500X: Image Gallery


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2021 Honda CB500X: Image Gallery

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has introduced the CB500X in the county to rival the likes of Kawasaki Versys 650, Suzuki V-Strom 650 XT, and the Benelli TRK 502. The motorcycle will be imported in the country via the Completely Knocked Down route. It has been priced at Rs 6,87,386 (ex-showroom, Gurugram). Here we bring you a detailed image gallery of the new Honda CB500X.



a motorcycle parked on the side: Honda CB500X Right Front Three Quarter


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Honda CB500X Right Front Three Quarter

The Honda CB500X features a slim design that includes a compact headlight at the front, a semi-fairing, a tall windscreen, a step-up seat, and a sleek rear panel.



a motorcycle parked on the side: Honda CB500X windscreen


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Honda CB500X windscreen

The feature list includes a sleek, LED headlight at the front and an LED taillight at the rear. The motorcycle also gets LED turn indicators.



a clock that is on the phone: Honda CB500X Instrument Cluster


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Six killed in motorcycle-related accidents during Daytona Bike Week

Six people died in accidents involving motorcycles during Bike Week, authorities said.

Also, many bikers suffered serious injuries and were taken as trauma alerts to Halifax Health Medial Center, officials said.

In addition to the six deaths, Bike Week this year, March 5-14 saw multiple motorcycle riders seriously injured in accidents.

Injury and trauma-case figures were not yet available Tuesday morning, but Halifax Health Medical Center spokesman John Guthrie said: “It may be a record-breaking week, unfortunately.”

The fifth Bike Week death occurred in Daytona Beach at 5:27 a.m. on Sunday, the last day of the event. The victim was a 39-year-old woman from Seabrook, New Hampshire, said Daytona Beach police spokesman Messod Bendayan.

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