Motorcycle Pursuit Ends With Deadly Crash In Saugus



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JSO offers free motorcycle course to make riding safer

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Florida has the second-highest number of motorcycle registrations in the nation — one spot down from California and one ahead of Texas.

I am one of those registered riders and have been since my late teens. A motorcycle was my main source of transportation for a couple of years. My part-time job took me on a 60-mile round trip while attending school. All of that riding totaled 15,000-18,000 miles annually.

I do not log that kind of yearly miles these days and maybe that is a good thing. With congested roads and distracted drivers in a hurry, there are too many unfortunate accidents. When those accidents involve motorcycles, serious injuries and deaths are all too common.

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What if there was a local course taught by professional riders that could help you improve your riding skills?

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Kentucky man reported missing at Grand Canyon

John Pennington abandoned his car and is believed to be on a yellow motorcycle.

A 40-year-old man has gone missing at the Grand Canyon, sparking a search by the National Park Service.

John Pennington, of Walton, Kentucky, was last known to be at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, near Yaki Point, the National Park Service said.

Pennington abandoned his vehicle at Yaki Point on or around Feb. 23 and is believed to be traveling alone, possibly on a yellow motorcycle, the park service said.

Grand Canyon spokesperson Joelle Baird said Monday, “Yesterday and continuing today our aviation crew will continue aerial search reconnaissance flights.”

Rangers ask anyone who may have seen Pennington or the yellow motorcycle to call the park service’s Investigative Services Branch Tip Line at 888-653-0009.

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2021 KTM 125 Duke Review: Image Gallery



a man riding a motorcycle down a street: 2021 KTM 125 Duke Review: Image Gallery


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2021 KTM 125 Duke Review: Image Gallery

We recently spent a good number of hours on the 2021 KTM 125 Duke’s saddle to find out what kind of experience it delivers. And here we bring you all the images of the motorcycle from our review.   



a motorcycle parked on the side of a road: Right Rear Three Quarter


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Right Rear Three Quarter

The 2021 KTM 125 Duke has received a major cosmetic overhaul, getting a styling similar to its older siblings, the 200 and 250 Duke. So, it comes with aggressively styled bodywork as well as full-LED lighting for the tail lamp and turn indicators. The headlamp comes with an LED DRL.   



Instrument Cluster


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Instrument Cluster

For a 125cc motorcycle, the KTM 125 Duke is heavily packed with features like inverted front forks, LCD instrument cluster that offers multiple information as well as a single-channel ABS. Now, the overall build quality

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