CityBike Magazine, September 2016


  • We hustle ’round town on Harley-Davidson’s Forty-Eight and Yamaha’s Bolt C-Spec.
  • Sam Devine sings us the Ballad of the Bikester.
  • We sit down with the team behind the Santa Rosa Mile Flat Track-aganza: Terry Otton of Ramspur Winery, Steve Delorenzi of SDI Insulation, and Randy Kremlacek of California Flat Track Association.
  • 2 Wheel Safety Training’s Total Control Advanced Rider Clinic.
  • Maynard: Hooray for UJMs!
  • Hertfelder: Rites of Passage.
  • Dr. Frazier: Adventure Riding Unterhosen.
  • Devine: What is a Biker?
  • Uneasy Rider: The Price of Cool.
  • Locals Only: BMW Motorcycles of SF’s “HPT” R Nine T custom build.
  • News, Clues and Rumors: 2016 CMSP Advisory Committee meeting—be there, be square, or at least dial in; the MTC needs you; Moto-safety update from The Budman; AB 51 in the home stretch; CityBike is to blame for the “homeless problem” in SF; Skully: not so smart now, huh? There’s more, too!
  • Pit Stops: Sisters Centennial Ride: An & Gwynne catch the last leg of the ride.
  • New stuff: An reviews The Complete Book Of Ducati Motorcycles—and you can win a copy! Sam tests Nexx’s Bad Loser helmet, Fish reads Indian Motorcycle – America’s First Motorcycle Company, and Editor Surj checks out HJC’s Marvel-licensed The Punisher CL-17 helmet.
  • …and don’t forget Tankslapper, Events, Classifieds, and a killer Last Page Photo shot by Jeff Ebner.

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