Stolen Ducati Highlights A Growing Problem

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How secure is your ride?

Having your motorcycle stolen is one of the worst, most violating feelings. That’s especially true if you own a bike that’s particularly valuable and you’ve taken many wise steps to secure it. A man in Miami is dealing with just such a situation so I want to spread the word for two reasons: maybe someone will help this guy get his motorcycle back and maybe everyone reading this will understand just how far thieves will go to snag a valuable bike.

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The motorcycle in question is a 2019 Ducati Panigale V4 R, so it’s easy to see why it was targeted. After all, the estimated value is north of $60,000. The owner really wants it back and is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to its recovery, so if

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One of the fastest growing motorcycle brands has 3 wheels, not 2

Can-Am F3-S Special Series

Can-Am F3-S Special Series

Throughout the pandemic, motorcycle brands such as Harley-Davidson (HOG) saw a surprising boost in sales as Americans gravitated toward outdoor leisure activities en masse. Among the motorcycle manufacturers experiencing a heyday in growth in North American markets, Can-Am On-Road makes motorcycles that ride on three wheels instead of two.

“Can-Am On-Road [has performed] two times better than the motorcycle industry average,” Can-Am On-Road Director of Global Marketing Martin Ethier told Yahoo Finance. “So just that shows that it’s not only COVID [that is causing the motorcycle industry boom].”

Can-Am On-Road, a division of Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. (DOOO), or BRP, is a Canadian motorcycle manufacturer that specializes in three-wheeled motorcycles. BRP is also known for producing its Sea-Doo line of personal watercraft and its Ski-Doo line of snowmobiles.

As for Can-Am On-Road, its current product lineup consists of the Ryker sportbike starting

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A growing sisterhood on wheels in Indiana’s motorcycle culture – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A group quickly growing inside Indiana’s motorcycle culture is having an impact in and out of the motorcycle world.

Women are becoming a vital and influential part of motorcycle culture.

Jimmie “Tac” McMillian, president of the 317 Ryders MC, takes pride in women serving in leadership roles in the motorcycle club. “If you’ve ever been on the road with a woman and you pull up to the light, there’s a little girl sitting in that car. … The way they respond, just over-the-top eager, banging on the window waiting. So excited. It’s special.”

317 Ryder member Kim “All Out” Dennis said the sisterhood of hitting the pavement is rooted on being fiercely confident and free. “I have learned how to just be a family. I’ve learned bike tips right into care for your clothing, tips, fashions. We’re a family when it comes to our kids when

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