moto-kulture magazine

... Challenging Conventions


Welcome to Moto-Kulture:

We are a Canadian-based, digital publication focused on bringing you stories from within the exciting world of motorcycling.

Our mission is to capture the passions that drive the motorcycle community. The personalities, the bikes, the places and the business that all make the riding lifestyle so very special. 


Welcome to the NOVEMBER 2020 Issue of Moto-Kulture!

As we start to feel the first indications of winters’ icy bite, we reflect on aspects of the motorcycling world. Things are changing and traditions are being challenged.

  • THE INDIAN CHALLENGE - We ask Indian Motorcycles to see if they can challenge our perspectives on American Cruisers.  

  • BONNEVILLE BUILD-OFF - We look at the nine finalists, and give you the results of Triumph’s Bonneville Build-off competition. 

  • AMERICAN CRUISERS - They are loud, they are brash and they are everywhere. What exactly is all the fuss about with these anachronistic lumps of Americana?

  • THE HARLEY THAT BMW BUILT - In an exclusive article, we get to ride the BMW R18 and provide our opinion. 

  • SOME OLD SH*T - What can you expect if you ride an old bike? Frustrations, headaches or something very special?

  • 'ICH BIN EIN BERLINER - We examine the BMW R18 from an alternative viewpoint. 

  • IS $500 ENOUGH? - Can we equip ourselves with great motorcycle riding gear for less than $500?

  • RIDING WITH ROYALTY - Brian tells us what it's like to be the owner of a KTM 390 Duke.  

  • GETTING ON TWO WHEELS - We meet David, and ask him about his passion for bikes and where it all started.

  • AFRAID TO LIVE - In a departure from the norm, we publish a couple of messages from our readers that gives us their perspective on why they ride. 

  • REVISITING THE PAST - Here is Part 2 of Marcus White’s book ‘Looking for Good’. Part 1 was published in the October Issue.












Whether you are into Cafe Racers, Cruisers, Classics,

Sports or Adventure Bikes ... we've got you covered.


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