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January 2017 Issue Out Now!
Go Getcha Some CityBike!
Miniature Motorcycles, Full-Size Mayhem!
- We narrowly avoid staying out of jail in spite of going whole-hog wild on Honda's updated Grom and Kawasaki's new Z125 Pro.
- We ride, "race" and somehow manage to avoid destroying Kymco's K-Pipe.
- Fast In Five: the first of Peter Mars' five steps to being faster.
- IMS Long Beach. Why? Because they don't do one here any more, and we owe it to you.
- Maynard: Tarryall Road.
- Hertfelder: The Agony And The Agony.
- Dr. Frazier: Broken Bone Adventures.
- Devine: The Gift.
- Uneasy Rider: Why Don't You Shop Local?
- Locals Only: Emily Wakeman of Dames Don't Care Motorcycle Collective.
- News, Clues and Rumors: BARFing on Vision Zero; More Fuzz, Please; AFM Schedule Confirmed For 2017; Couldn’t Come Up With A Better Name Than PowerLily, MIC?
- Pit Stops: RFGB 2016, We race (and stand in the rain) at the TITT.
- New stuff: Aerostich's Zero Below Zero; Shad's E-22 Semi Rigid Tank Bag; Harley-Davidson: The Complete History.
- ...and don't forget Tankslapper, Events, Classifieds, and a Last Page Photo that'll have you heading to the bike shop for a minibike of your own.
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.
CityBike is Northern California's original free motorcycling publication. Since 1984, it's provided a special brand of motorcycle news, reviews and information to hundreds of thousands of readers. It's available at over 200 locations throughout Northern California or by subscription.