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Our May 2015 issue hits your favorite bike shops and popsicle stands starting Tuesday, 4/21!
- Sweet Constance vs. El Jefe: We put Kawasaki's Concours 14 and Yamaha's FJR1300ES to the test.
- Iron Butthurt: CityBike Saddle Sore 1000—Which bike is better for a real long distance relationship, Connie or El Jefe?
- It's 4:20 Somewhere—delivering medical marijuana by motorcycle. Yeah, we did that.
- Dr. Frazier: Ultimate Adventure Bike
- Maynard: What The Parts Guy Sees
- Hertfelder: DORF
- Uneasy Rider: Activism
- News, Clues and Rumors: China buys Pirelli. Up next, Chainese and Ducommunisti. Updates on legislation: AB 334, AB 51, AB 8, and our modest proposal for motorcyclist self defense. Easter ride 2015—what about next year? Sam takes a crash course, J. sees elephants, and An finds an old Bates jacket. Maybe some more guns. Plus a bunch of other stuff that we can't mention here. Because it's TOO awesome.
- New stuff: Aerostich Kanetsu Airvantage electric liner, Tour Master Element cooling leather jacket, David L. Hough's Street Rider's Guide.
- Plus Tankslapper , Events, Classifieds, and all the moto news that may or may not be fit to print.
CityBike was started in 1984 with the idea that the Bay Area motorcycle culture was vibrant, so ingrained in daily life, so rich in history, characters, stories, racing, riding, and comradeship that it deserved to be chronicled in print.
Our mission remains the same: to deliver to you, our reader, thoughtful and provocative journalism that may lack for the gloss and polish of the major national magazines, but more than makes up with enthusiasm, participation, integrity, and loyalty to our readers and our beliefs. We're riders like you, and love riding, just like you.
CityBike is Northern California's original free motorcycling publication. Since 1984, it's provided a special brand of motorcycle news, reviews and information to hundreds of thousands of readers. It's available at over 200 locations throughout Northern California or by subscription.