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Best motorcycle magazine?

Postby ram11397 » Sun Jul 06, 2014 9:00 am



Hi,
I apologize if in wrong place didn't know where to place this question. What is a good magazine for motorcycles the ones I seem are all about Harley's or rice rockets looking for about baggers cruisers etc any suggestions?

Rick


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Re: Best motorcycle magazine?

Postby SteveB123 » Sun Jul 06, 2014 11:34 am

ram11397 wrote:Hi,
I apologize if in wrong place didn't know where to place this question. What is a good magazine for motorcycles the ones I seem are all about Harley's or rice rockets looking for about baggers cruisers etc any suggestions?

Rick


Baggers
Motorcycle Bagger
American Bagger
Motorcycle Cruiser

I think the site you want I Google. ;)
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Re: Best motorcycle magazine?

Postby dingdong » Mon Jul 07, 2014 6:33 am

Motorcycle Consumer News covers all types of bikes. Good read every month.
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Re: Best motorcycle magazine?

Postby WingAdmin » Mon Jul 07, 2014 8:55 am

dingdong wrote:Motorcycle Consumer News covers all types of bikes. Good read every month.


+1 on this, definitely my favorite magazine. And no advertising!

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Re: Best motorcycle magazine?

Postby harvey01 » Mon Jul 07, 2014 10:12 am

I agree that Motorcycle Consumer News Is the best and also the most costly, but really worth the price.

My next favorite is Rider. Lots of stories about travel.

For the Gold Wing specifically there is 'Wing World which is published by GWRRA.

Finally there is RoadRunner, Motorcycle Touring and Travel, which is dedicated to motorcycle travel for the most part. It deals with a lot of different types of touring bikes, sport as well as luxury touring. Good stories and great maps of the rides they take.

Then I like to read Cycle World, Motorcyclist, and whatever I have left out to keep up with what is happening across the spectrum of motorcycling. I may never again ride a dual sport or a motorcrosser, but I like to keep up with what is available also with the sport bikes.
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Re: Best motorcycle magazine?

Postby rottiman » Mon Jul 07, 2014 6:12 pm

Motorcycle Mojo is a Canadian mag that covers the full spectrum of riding both in Canada and the U.S. Good read also.

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Re: Best motorcycle magazine?

Postby tandem54 » Mon Jul 07, 2014 8:06 pm

harvey01 wrote:I agree that Motorcycle Consumer News Is the best and also the most costly, but really worth the price.

My next favorite is Rider. Lots of stories about travel.

For the Gold Wing specifically there is 'Wing World which is published by GWRRA.

Finally there is RoadRunner, Motorcycle Touring and Travel, which is dedicated to motorcycle travel for the most part. It deals with a lot of different types of touring bikes, sport as well as luxury touring. Good stories and great maps of the rides they take.

Then I like to read Cycle World, Motorcyclist, and whatever I have left out to keep up with what is happening across the spectrum of motorcycling. I may never again ride a dual sport or a motorcrosser, but I like to keep up with what is available also with the sport bikes.


1+ On the Roadrunner, great mag, and I like the Cycle world and Rider magazine.


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