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  • Motorcycle run to aid camp for disabled

    Motorcycle run to aid camp for disabled
    Hundreds of motorcyclists will hit the streets Sunday in Homer Glen to help kids and adults with disabilities. The 11th Annual Shady Oaks Benefit Run, known as the SOB Run, will depart at 11 a.m. from Shady Oaks Camp, 16300 Parker Road, which opened...
  • John Force beats Ron Capps for his 140th career victory in NHRA

    John Force beats Ron Capps for his 140th career victory in NHRA
    John Force raced to his 140th career victory Sunday, beating Ron Capps in the funny car final in the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals. The 65-year-old Force powered his Ford Mustang to a winning pass of 4.113 seconds at 317.27 mph for his first...
  • Harley-Davidson issues recall because of braking concerns

    Harley-Davidson issues recall because of braking concerns
    Harley-Davidson has recalled 66,241 motorcycles because of concerns the front brakes might engage unexpectedly. The country's largest motorcycle manufacturer, which makes some of the world's largest motorcycles, reported to the National Highway Safety...
  • Motorcycles in a graveyard: 'Vroom' exhibit at Forest Lawn Museum

    Motorcycles in a graveyard: 'Vroom' exhibit at Forest Lawn Museum
    The Forest Lawn Museum, at the memorial park's Glendale location, is hosting "Vroom: The Art of the Motorcycle" now through Jan. 4.  The hand-curated exhibit features 13 rare motorcycles and an esoteric collection of motorcycle-themed art -- including...
  • First Times Ride: 2015 Harley-Davidson Street 750

    First Times Ride: 2015 Harley-Davidson Street 750
    Harley-Davidson's new Street 500s and 750s are the smallest and least expensive motorcycles the company has put onto the road in decades. The result is a stripped-down, basic bike — Harley in its purest, barest, most accessible form. Although they...
  • Harley-Davidson announces its first electric motorcycle, LiveWire

    Harley-Davidson announces its first electric motorcycle, LiveWire
    Harley-Davidson is poised to shock the motorcycle world with the rollout of an electric motorcycle -- a prototype of a superbike called LiveWire. The debut marks a dramatic departure for the 110-year-old motorcycle company, which is hailed or hated...
  • Review of Harley's electric motorcycle LiveWire: Fired up, amped out

    Review of Harley's electric motorcycle LiveWire: Fired up, amped out
    Harley-Davidson shocked the motorcycle world Thursday with news that it had developed an electric superbike. Riding the LiveWire is pretty shocking too. This is a fired-up, amped-out monster. With design elements borrowed from Harley's illustrious...
  • Indian Motorcycle roars back into business

    Indian Motorcycle roars back into business
    When 92-year-old Bobby Hill was a young man, he raced Indian motorcycles in Dodge City, Kan., and other tracks across the country, going toe-to-toe with Harley-Davidson bikes in a fierce rivalry. But the Indian motorcycle company, an iconic brand that...
  • The West of old, new and myth meet in Durango, Colo.

    The West of old, new and myth meet in Durango, Colo.
    Without railroads and mines, what would the American West be? Less populous, less prosperous, less polluted. And the town of Durango might not be anything at all. Durango, sporty and historic, stands 6,520 feet above sea level among the San Juan...
  • Woman arrested on suspicion of DUI in fatal Orange County crash

    An Orange County woman was arrested Saturday on suspicion of drunk driving and vehicular manslaughter after an early morning crash that left a motorcyclist dead, Fullerton police said. Deanna Marie Soto, 39 of Huntington Beach, was arrested in...
  • Quinn to sign 'poker run' law to allow rallies to give more proceeds to charity

    Quinn to sign 'poker run' law to allow rallies to give more proceeds to charity
    Charitable "poker run" motorcycle rallies will be able to keep more of their proceeds under a bill Gov. Pat Quinn is set to sign today at a Downstate Harley-Davidson dealership. In poker runs, riders typically pay an entry fee, then ride to a series...