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  • 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...
  • Commentary: Remember Kelly, and help increase penalties for drunk driving

    As long as I walk this earth, I will never forget the exact moment, 11:45 p.m. June 1, 2013, when the call came in. It was Chanel Fugnetti with news that just moments earlier, Kelly Blue Morehouse had succumbed to injuries suffered in a motorcycle...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Erik Buell unwraps his new street bike, the EBR1190SX

    Erik Buell unwraps his new street bike, the EBR1190SX
    Motorcycle design legend Erik Buell has taken the wraps off a new street bike, which he's dubbed the EBR1190SX. The East Troy, Wis.-based designer and builder announced Wednesday that the new street version of his race-winning EBR1190RS will be headed...
  • St. Charles delivers blow to mixed martial arts proposal

    St. Charles delivers blow to mixed martial arts proposal
    A St. Charles committee Monday night unanimously recommended against allowing a mixed martial arts event in the Fox River Harley-Davidson parking lot, citing concerns about minors' access to alcohol and the event being outdoors. At a Government...
  • Vanilla Ice, Jackyl, Uncle Kracker to headline Leesburg Bikefest 2014

    Vanilla Ice, Jackyl, Uncle Kracker to headline Leesburg Bikefest 2014
    Far from its roots as a one-day festival with garage bands, this year's Leesburg Bikefest is set to feature rapper Vanilla Ice as its headlining artist alongside countless vendors, contests and more. Motorcyclists and spectators will ride into this 18th...
  • Bears wide receiver kicks off mental illness benefit ride in Naperville

     Bears wide receiver kicks off mental illness benefit ride in Naperville
    Brandon Marshall knows first-hand the pain of mental illness. Treated for borderline personality disorder after a 2010 diagnosis, the Chicago Bears wide receiver offered support and his personal narrative as he helped kick off a 60-mile motorcycle...
  • A convention that really could put Chicago on the map

    A convention that really could put Chicago on the map
    Hey, Chicago. Think we can be on our best behavior for a few days in early April? You know, be our charming Midwestern selves. That's all we can do. It's too much to hope for blue skies and 70s, though it would be helpful if we went a few days without...
  • Grief hangs over department as LAPD mourns fallen officers

    Grief hangs over department as LAPD mourns fallen officers
    It was Friday afternoon when Los Angeles Police Cmdr. Andrew Smith noticed the voicemail, a message from a friend in the Fire Department. His friend was at the scene of a crash in Beverly Hills. "I'm really sorry to hear about the death of your officer,...