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February 2016 Issue Out Now!
Go Get Your CityBike!
Aw yeah! In this issue:
- Motus! Moto-love, American Style. Sam and Max go for a ride with Lee Conn and Brian Case, founders of Motus.
- We finally get around to "officially" riding Kawasaki's Ninja 300. Max, Sam and Gwynne break it down. (but didn't break it, phew!)
- The Teacher's Last Lesson: Jason Potts tells us what we should learn from searching for Ed Cavanaugh.
- Higher Viz? Michele Appel weighs in on the MIC's "Hey, more women are riding" PR efforts, in her CityBike debut.
- Locals Only: Justin Martens. ￼￼￼￼￼
- Devine: Gettin' Air.
- Dr. Frazier: Adventure Rider Very Important Paper.
- Maynard: Orphans.
- Hertfelder: Beehive Stings.
- Uneasy Rider: What Happened To Us?
- News, Clues and Rumors: Tour de Cure, Team Lov(Ed), Goodbye, Tom Perkins, William Sam Crum charged with aggravated assault for running a motorcyclist and passenger off the road, Marin Moto Works closed, The Junction closing January 31st, tax credit for electric bikes, Dainese space suits, EBR sold to Liquid Assets, Doc Frazier back on the road, naughty Kangaroo bits, Bay Area Stupid-Moto, new laws for 2016, and more.
- Pit Stops: Part Of The Solution: we ride to the 2016 Unification Rally, and bitch about the poor attendance.
- New stuff: Nexx X.R2 helmet, Revved: Obsessions of a Midlife Motorcyclist book review, Bull-It Ladies SR4 Slate jeans, Trials Frontier game.
- Plus Tankslapper, Events, Classifieds, and of course, a bitchin' Last Page Photo!
CityBike was started in 1984 with the idea that the Bay Area motorcycle culture was vibrant, so ingrained in daily life, so rich in history, characters, stories, racing, riding, and comradeship that it deserved to be chronicled in print.
Our mission remains the same: to deliver to you, our reader, thoughtful and provocative journalism that may lack for the gloss and polish of the major national magazines, but more than makes up with enthusiasm, participation, integrity, and loyalty to our readers and our beliefs. We're riders like you, and love riding, just like you.
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