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March 2017 Issue Out Now!
Go Getcha Some CityBike!
True Adventure? True Story...
- We finally get some serious quality time on Honda's Africa Twin DCT.
- The AFM centerspread returns: Round 1 race program inside!
- Peter Mars: Fast In Five, part 3.
- TJ wraps up his examination of why we ride? Why do you ride?
- To Baja, With Love & Wrenches: Risa Rides The Baja 4000
- Maynard: Continental GT.
- Hertfelder: Spare Me (the details).
- Dr. Frazier: ADV SPS Prescription.
- Devine: Surface Scratches.
- Uneasy Rider: Good Night & Good Luck?
- Locals Only: Nicco Eneidi's Healing Road.
- News, Clues and Rumors: AMA’s Outstanding Road Rider Of 2017, new lane splitting guidelines coming soon, spring CMSP meeting—are you in? EBR calls it quits... again, 3 more years for SCRAMP, more lane splitting legislation, profiling is wrong, mmmkay? And of course, lots more!
- New section: Shop Rag!
- Pit Stops: AFM 2016 banquet, Vegas moto-auction week, Sac moto history.
- New stuff: Mosko Backcountry Duffle, book review: Knucklehead, Alpine Labs' Pulse.
- ...and of course, Tankslapper, Events, Classifieds, and a kickass 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.
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.