The Perfect Vehicle for the City - /RideApart

America loves big motorcycles. But, in dense urban traffic, those bigger bikes make navigating difficult, cumbersome and downright frustrating for even the most experienced bikers, much less beginners. Grant Ray, Jamie Robinson and Wes Siler downsize with 3 small bikes under $4500, and take to the congested streets of LA to find out just how much better smaller can be. For more on motorcycles, visit hellforleathermagazine.com

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The $3,000, brand-new motorcycle - /RideApart
At just $3,195, both the Cleveland CycleWerks Misfit cafe racer and Heist bobber massively undercut every other motorcycle out there. At just 250cc, they're also smaller than most bikes. Bargain or bogus? Grant and Wes take CCW CEO Scott Colosimo riding in the California desert to find out. For more on motorcycles and CCW, check out http://hellforleathermagazine.com





How and Why Motorcycle Lane Splitting is Safe and Good - /RideApart
Motorcycles riding between cars! Calm down, the legal practice of lane splitting saves car drivers time and money by reducing overall congestion while allowing motorcycles to take charge of their own safety. Here's why everyone, including car drivers, should support legal lane splitting. Jamie and a Triumph Street Triple are joined by Harlan Flagg of electric motorcycle dealer Hollywood Electrics and Wes returns from injury on a Suzuki GSX-R600. For more on motorcycles, check out http://RideApart.com





The booming Triumphs of Garage Company - /RideApart
Vintage British bikes are the ultimate fantasy for many older bikers, especially the stylish and loud twin 650s by Triumph. And a visit to see the incredible collection at Yoshi Kosaka's Garage Company in LA is better than Disneyland. Jamie Robinson and Adey Bennett snag two of Garage Company's finest vintage Triumphs and head to the Malibu canyons to find out if vintage really is heaven. For more on motorcycles, visit hellforleathermagazine.com.





Learn to Ride Better with Jamie Robinson -- /RideApart
With bikes, it's not the size that matters, it's how you use it. Jamie takes three riders of average ability levels to the track to teach them how to ride better, safer and, yes, faster. Hopefully you can pick up a tip or two along the way.




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