... 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 businesses that all make the riding lifestyle so very special.
Welcome to the MARCH 2021 Issue of Moto-Kulture!
Not Long now!
FUELL FOR THOUGHT - We chat with Erik Buell - yes, the Erik Buell - and find out about his latest venture. Fuell Motorcycles.
THE MAN AND THE MACHINES - In a complementary article, we find out more about Erik Buell, his motorbikes, career and passions.
2021 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLES - We look at the updates to the Triumph Bonneville range and provide help with how to select the one that best suits you.
THE FALCON FLIES AGAIN - Suzuki have just laughed generation 3 of the Hayabusa. But what’s it really like?
WHAT’S IN A NAME? - Some bikes are given model names, but do we know what that means?
GROWING OLD DISGRACEFULLY - We interview the lead singer of BigMotorGasoline (who?) and discover a passion for bikes and southern rock.
READY TO RIDE? - The new season is almost upon us. Here are some tips to prep your bike.
POPULARITY OF ADVENTURE BIKES - It’s the most popular sector of motorcycling and its growing consistently, but why is it so?
THE GOOD THE BAD AND THE UGLY - The Harley-Davidson Pan America adventure bike is finally here. Here’s our extensive first impressions review.
ERIK’S LEGACY - In the third article related to Erik Buell, we look at the new company that continues his legacy.
TWO UP - What are the best bikes for riding two-up? This list may surprise you.
ALL THE NEW BIKES FOR 2021 ... well not quite!
In this special supplementary issue of Moto-Kulture Magazine, we feature many of the new bikes for 2021.
Despite the impact of the pandemic, It seems that the manufacturers have been very busy indeed. Just about every on of them have announced new bikes for the 2021 riding season. There's plenty of new sports bikes, tourers, cruisers, cafe racers and a whole host of adventure bikes.
It is virtually impossible to cover every single new bike in this issue, but why would we want to? Many of the 'new' models are actually enhancements to existing models to make them Euro 5 compliant. These bikes are not included in this list at all.
Please let us have your comments, and let us know which bikes you want us to cover in detail in forthcoming issues.