Day: November 16, 2021

Observant motorcycle salesmen help snag suspected identity thief

An alleged fraudster was caught in the act Friday thanks to a team of quick-thinking motorcycle salesmen.

Police say 43-year-old Chad DuBois tried to fraudulently purchase a motorcycle using someone else’s identity at Moramoto in Pinellas Park, but when a salesman noticed something wasn’t right with his driver’s license, he called police and DuBois was arrested. He now faces numerous fraud charges.

“He seemed a bit nervous and when he got a copy of his driver’s license it looked a little off,” Moramoto sales associate Anthony Sotomayor recalled.

According to police, the license was fake. When Sotomayor ran the number on the DMV website, the expiration date and other information didn’t match, so he called his boss.

“Knowing what could happen if your identity gets taken is one of

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Motorcycle Rider Wins Australian Commuter Competition In 2021



Motorcyclist Wins Australian Commuter Challenge


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Motorcyclist Wins Australian Commuter Challenge

Two wheels best.

What’s your preferred method for commuting? If you love getting exercise on the way in, and you don’t have too far to go, riding your bicycle can be a great way to go. Ebikes are cool, too, and are more forgiving if you’re not keen on getting super sweaty during your commute. Obviously, since we’re RideApart, we’re going to be all about the motorbikes. Still, all of these are good choices when there isn’t snow and ice on the ground, right? 

On November 10, 2021, Australian bicycle advocacy group the Bicycle Network held its National Ride2Work Day. It’s the start of summer in Australia, so both bicycle and motorcycle advocacy groups are eagerly encouraging their members to get back out on two wheels and go. There’s an added urgency to their pleas in 2021, due in part to most

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Finest Sorts Of Automobiles

Transport infrastructure consists of the mounted installations, together with roads , railways , airways , waterways , canals and pipelines and terminals comparable to airports , railway stations , bus stations , warehouses , trucking terminals, refueling depots (including fueling docks and fuel stations ) and seaports Terminals could also be used each for interchange of passengers and cargo and for maintenance. Many of the Japanese-owned American plants had been in-built response to limitations imposed on exports of automobiles to the United States by Japan’s Ministry of International Commerce and Industry. The restrictions adopted threats of sanctions by the United States in the wake of Chrysler’s close to collapse and heavy losses by Ford and GM. Referred to as the Voluntary Restraint Agreement (VRA), it spelled out how many cars every Japanese producer might ship to the United States in a single year. The VRA took impact in 1981 and … Read More

Kawasaki expected to unveil electric motorcycle next week

At the EICMA Milan Motorcycle Show next week, Kawasaki is expected to unveil three new motorcycles. While the first two will likely fall into their sport and adventure touring categories, the third has been the subject of wider speculation but very well may be the company’s first true electric motorcycle.

This wouldn’t be the first time Kawasaki took to the world’s foremost motorcycle show to unveil its electric ambitions.

Just two years ago at the last EICMA show before the pandemic, Kawasaki wowed onlookers with the first public revealing of its electric motorcycle ambitions.

A prototype electric motorcycle was unveiled as part of an EV development project, but little was known about the bike at the time.

It was apparent that the bike was built on a Ninja 650 base and featured a 4-speed gearbox, but that was about as much as the world could glean from the prototype on

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