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Lane-splitting is no more dangerous for motorcyclists than motorcycling in general, says a UC Berkeley study

A UC Berkeley study released this week provides some possible answers.

Excerpt from an article by Anh Do, from the Los Angeles Times
For years, there has been debate about whether the practice of motorcyclists beating slower traffic by driving between lanes is dangerous.
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Right-of-Way Violations without Education Misses the Mark

Right-of-way (ROW) violations against motorcyclists have become an increasing problem over the years.

By Tony Sanfelipo
Many states have inadequate penalties for violating another’s right of way. Most times, it’s a minimal fine.
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Let’s See Some ID…And Can I Search Your Vehicle?

So exactly what are your rights and how can you invoke them?

By Tony Pan Sanfelipo, with some photos from the Bob T. Collection.
There’s been a lot of discussion lately about motorcycle only checkpoints, DUI checkpoints, intimidation by the TSA and questionable border security checkpoints that are nowhere near a border.
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An Interview with the Emperor of Exhaust

About the Business of the Pope of Pipe and Exhaust Regulations

By Bandit, Dave Rash, and photos from Jennifer Barnard
In 1972 David Rash had a problem. He could not find the Exhaust Pipe he needed for his race bike. He knew that the proper exhaust for his engine configuration would give him an edge over his competition. However, no such pipe was available. So he did the only thing he could do. He fabricated his own pipe. Suddenly the industry faces severe regulations and we needed to share insights.
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What’s Cool?

The people we aspired to be decades ago.

Compiled by Jim Waggaman
The people we aspired to be decades ago were much different than the celebrities young people looked up to today.
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What the hell is CSAL?

Continuing the awareness campaign that hopefully will save lives of motorcyclists on the Tennessee roads.

By D Mac with photography by Rogue.
While we were in TN we met up with Jim "Rebel" Henderson, a Florida transplant to TN. Rebel has been up to some good, and hooked up with MAFT-Motorcycle Awareness Foundation of Tennessee, about 3 years ago.
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2014 Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame Breakfast

Honoring six new inductees to the Hall of Fame and one new Freedom Fighter.

By Rogue, official Bikernet photographer. Past Inductees photos were taken by Dee Mac.
The Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame holds a breakfast during the Sturgis Rally to honor a Motorcycle Freedom Fighter and six other people who have had an impact on the motorcycle community.
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The Road to Paloma Movie Bike (Interview with Jason Momoa)

“I’ve had that bike since I was nineteen, it’s the first thing I ever bought.” ~Jason Momoa

Posted by Zack Coffman on August 12, 2014
I recently had a chance to sit down with Jason Momoa (director, co-writer, lead actor of “ Road to Paloma”) for a couple minutes and ask him about his inspiration for the story and get some specifics on the cool custom bike he rode in the film.
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