National Home

Quick Throttle Magazine Southwest Edition – April 2018

IN OUR 17th ANNIVERSARY EDITION: Quick Throttle Magazine goes motorcycling in the Himalayas, plus we visit the NHRA Winternationals, Ed’s Ride and the Easy Rider Bike Show. We also take an in-depth look at the Royal Enfield Classic 500 and the new Indian Scout Bobber.  

Read More »

Quick Throttle Magazine California Edition – April 2018

IN OUR 17th ANNIVERSARY EDITION: Quick Throttle Magazine goes motorcycling in the Himalayas, plus we visit the NHRA Winternationals, Ed’s Ride and the Easy Rider Bike Show. We also take an in-depth look at the Royal Enfield Classic 500 and the new Indian Scout Bobber.  

Read More »

Motorcycling the Himalayas, Part 1

A Trip Through Time on Royal Enfields – Part 1 By Koz Mraz. Photos by Himalayan Roadrunners I am preparing for a motorcycle trip to the Himalayas in year 2075. Riding Royal Enfields at altitudes up to eighteen thousand feet I’ll need to be physically, mentally and psychologically prepared. What will I bring? How will I travel, where will I ...

Read More »

ROAD TEST: 2018 Indian Scout Bobber Review

Minimalist Bike, Maximum Fun! By Ray Seidel* With the end of WWII, servicemen came home with an eye for some fun & thrills, and sought out pre-war cars and/or cheap war surplus motorcycles; two different approaches to the same goal. Strip ‘em down, remove the chrome, bob or outright remove the fenders, and have a hot little number to tool around ...

Read More »

Quick Throttle Magazine Northwest Edition – April 2018

IN THIS EDITION: In our 17th anniversary issue, Quick Throttle Magazine goes motorcycling in the Yucatan, plus we visit the NHRA Winternationals and the Mecum Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction. We also take an in-depth look at the Triumph Bonneville Bobber and the new “Big Bore” Indian, and a special tribute to the late Micky Jones.  

Read More »

The Right Tool For The Job – Tinker Talk 1

The ability to improvise, adapt and overcome is a skill every motorcycle enthusiast could put to use. One area where this skill can be beneficial is easily revealed with a look into our tool boxes. Absolutely nobody owns every tool, to perform every job, on every bike out there. Not even the life long technicians who have handed their tool ...

Read More »

ROAD TEST: 2018 Indian Chieftain Limited Review

By Ray Seidel We all know the Indian Chieftain line-up of motorcycles is state-of-the-art under the vintage styling, but for those who favor a more contemporary look, the 2018 Chieftain Limited might be just your ticket. Add the Stage 3 Performance 116 ci. Big Bore  Kit to the engine, and “The Joneses” will have to keep up with YOU. These ...

Read More »

ROAD TEST: 2018 Triumph Bonneville Bobber Review

By Koz Mraz. Photos by Christina Fior The Triumph Bonneville Bobber is the most successful new model launch in Triumph’s 115-year history, with more customers taking delivery of the Bobber in the first 30 days than any previous Triumph motorcycle. A ’Bobber,’ originally called a ‘bob-job’ from the 1930s through 1990s,  typically involved stripping excess bodywork from a motorcycle; removing ...

Read More »

Story of a special Sportster

By BFC Squint, Ohio I met Tony in elementary school and we quickly became best friends – a friendship that has lasted throughout the years.  As fate would have it, we married sisters; so we have always shared major life events together as family. My wife Pam and I had two daughters. Tony and Tina, had one boy and one ...

Read More »

Motorcycling Mayan Mysteries: Ek Balam to Rio Secreto

By Koz Mraz. Photos by Koz & Christina (The Boss) The Yucatan peninsula is well known for its party life in Cancun, the Mayan ruins, beautiful beaches and incredible resorts. I’ve ridden Harleys in Asia, Europe, Jamaica and Bali, so why not here?  The upside is: the toll roads are amazing, secondary roads pretty well maintained and generally the drivers ...

Read More »