Gunmen kill 9 motorcycle riders in southern Philippines

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Gunmen blocked a group of motorcycle riders then opened fire with assault rifles in a busy downtown area in the southern Philippines, killing nine people, police said Sunday, in the latest violence to roil the volatile region.

Police officials said the attack on the victims, who were mostly farmers, at noon Saturday in Kabacan town in Cotabato province may have been sparked by a local feud and was likely not an act of terrorism.

Cotabato lies in a poverty-wracked region where a decades-long Muslim separatist insurgency has eased largely due to a 2014 peace deal between the Philippines’ largest Muslim rebel group and the government, although small armed groups aligned with the Islamic State group still pose a threat.

Most of the victims in Saturday’s attack apparently did not know each other and were traveling on six motorcycles, some in tandems, when they were blocked by

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Barber Vintage Festival, The Last Event Not Canceled For 2020, Has Been Canceled

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That’s it, this year is officially a wrap!

has been canceled. This is likely the final event of the year that was still on, so the fact this motorcycle gathering is no longer happening is both sad and not surprising. Originally, the event which was to be presented by BMW Motorrad was scheduled for October 9-11. As you’ve no doubt guessed by now, the reason for calling it off is COVID-19. Anyone who’s purchased tickets or reserve a camp spot will automatically receive a refund.” data-reactid=”14″It’s official: Barber Motorsports Park has announced the 2020 Barber Vintage Motorcycle Festival has been canceled. This is likely the final event of the year that was still on, so the fact this motorcycle gathering is no longer happening is both sad and not

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Triumph Is Bringing Back the Trident, and It Looks Like Motorcycle Heaven

The Ford Bronco isn’t the only beloved motor vehicle set to make a triumphant return in the 2021 model year. Triumph Motorcycles has just announced that it is bringing back the Trident after a 45-year absence too.

The design prototype for the rebooted roadster bike made its public debut earlier this week at the London Design Museum. While an art museum may sound like an unlikely location to unveil a motorcycle, it makes more sense once you look at the new Trident’s eye-popping design.

First introduced in the late ’60s, the Trident helped push street motorcycles forward and ushered in the era of the superbike. Although it was released to critical acclaim, it was soon overshadowed by the release of the Honda CB750. The bike would be discontinued in 1975, but that didn’t stop it from earning itself a dedicated fanbase, one that’s only grown in the decades since.


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Harley-Davidson Bronx definitely delayed, may be canceled

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Milan’s EICMA show. The middleweight bike’s frame cradled Harley’s new liquid-cooled Revolution Max V-twin engine in the smaller 975-cc displacement, promising more than 115 horsepower and 70 pound-feet of torque. At the same show, Harley showed its first adventurer tourer, the Pan America, which would fit the 1250-cc Revolution Max making at least 145 hp and 90 lb-ft. The company told the public that both bikes would launch this year. Since that event in Italy, Harley’s been through several upheavals, including replacing its CEO and reevaluating its positions globally, from products to manufacturing. As part of an overhaul called Rewire, the Milwaukee company said it would cut 30% of planned future product. As Motorcycle recently discovered, the cull apparently includes the Bronx.” data-reactid=”21″>Late last year, Harley-Davidson took its new Bronx naked streetfighter to Milan’s EICMA show. The

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