Continue the Ride

Continue the Ride

Continue The Ride with the Progressive® International Motorcycle Shows® all year long with powersports news and events happening in the industry. We're bringing you the latest bike news, events, rides and interesting happenings each month. With Summer here, we know you are all gearing and getting out to ride!

1961 Triumph T-100
Tuesday May 23, 2017
Posted at 11:05 am
Builder: Anthony Robinson  Build: 1961 Triumph T-100 named La Mosca (The Fly) Company: Gasoline and Coffee -Tell us about you/your shop.  My daily grind is garage doors. I own a successful Southern California based installation and maintenance company. In my
DUCATI ISLAND: A MUST-SEE EXPERIENCE
Tuesday May 02, 2017
Posted at 1:06 pm
Ducati Island was serving up a world class experience for Ducati owners and race revelers looking for entertainment, product demos, a VIP hospitality with track view and more.  We got to take a Scrambler for a “Joy Ride”, watch kids live out their MotoGP dreams on electric minis, see racer
MotoGP FANS FLOCK TO THE HONDA TENT
Tuesday May 02, 2017
Posted at 1:04 pm
For this year's MotoGP race at the world famous Circuit of the Americas, the Honda tent showcased over 50+ products including the ultra-exclusive RC213V-S and the all-new CBR1000RR SP.  They had a DCT (Dual Clutch Transmission) roller for patrons to sit on and
The Handbuilt Motorcycle Show
Tuesday May 02, 2017
Posted at 12:54 pm
The Handbuilt Motorcycle Show was an inspiring showcase of works from builders and craftsmen that combine knowledge, skill, and ingenuity to create one-of-a-kind truly hand-built machines. By sharing this work, Handbuilt adds fuel to a revolution in the making. People crave the
MotoAmerica Season-Opener at COTA
Tuesday May 02, 2017
Posted at 12:50 pm
For the second straight day, Elias scored victory at COTA, the Yoshimura Suzuki rider matching his effort from a year ago with two wins. Like yesterday's Motul Superbike race, it didn't come easy as he had his hands full with two riders for the duration of the race. The first was his teammate Roger

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