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Rider Magazine May 2017 Back Issue

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The May issue of Rider magazine kicks off with a full test of Indian Motorcycles’ new Roadmaster Classic, which pairs the touring comfort and power of its flagship model with genuine leather luggage and seats for a traditional look and feel. This issue also features a shocking tour test of Zero Motorcycles’ DSR in the wild wine country of Northern California, and riding impressions of the new Triumph Scrambler and Street Cup twins. We’re off and touring in Minnesota and Wisconsin dairyland on a pair of Indians, and braving rainstorms and unfamiliar territory in the Dominican Republic with MotoCaribe. The May issue also has just enough pages to cover the California Superbike School, riding in British Columbia’s rugged interior and Colorado’s San Juan Mountains and a look inside the Las Vegas motorcycle auctions. Gear reviews include handlebars, heated vests, brake pads, a garage dolly and riding jeans, and our columnists take on the world of motorcycling from several different vantage points, most of which are near some sort of fast-food joint. Get your issue today!
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Rider Magazine

May 2017 The May issue of Rider magazine kicks off with a full test of Indian Motorcycles’ new Roadmaster Classic, which pairs the touring comfort and power of its flagship model with genuine leather luggage and seats for a traditional look and feel. This issue also features a shocking tour test of Zero Motorcycles’ DSR in the wild wine country of Northern California, and riding impressions of the new Triumph Scrambler and Street Cup twins. We’re off and touring in Minnesota and Wisconsin dairyland on a pair of Indians, and braving rainstorms and unfamiliar territory in the Dominican Republic with MotoCaribe. The May issue also has just enough pages to cover the California Superbike School, riding in British Columbia’s rugged interior and Colorado’s San Juan Mountains and a look inside the Las Vegas motorcycle auctions. Gear reviews include handlebars, heated vests, brake pads, a garage dolly and riding jeans, and our columnists take on the world of motorcycling from several different vantage points, most of which are near some sort of fast-food joint. Get your issue today!


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The May issue of Rider magazine kicks off with a full test of Indian Motorcycles’ new Roadmaster Classic, which pairs the touring comfort and power of its flagship model with genuine leather luggage and seats for a traditional look and feel. This issue also features a shocking tour test of Zero Motorcycles’ DSR in the wild wine country of Northern California, and riding impressions of the new Triumph Scrambler and Street Cup twins. We’re off and touring in Minnesota and Wisconsin dairyland on a pair of Indians, and braving rainstorms and unfamiliar territory in the Dominican Republic with MotoCaribe. The May issue also has just enough pages to cover the California Superbike School, riding in British Columbia’s rugged interior and Colorado’s San Juan Mountains and a look inside the Las Vegas motorcycle auctions. Gear reviews include handlebars, heated vests, brake pads, a garage dolly and riding jeans, and our columnists take on the world of motorcycling from several different vantage points, most of which are near some sort of fast-food joint. Get your issue today!
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Rider magazine's goal is to provide a wealth of information for riders who are less interested in ultimate high-performance but strive to improve their riding skills and enjoyment of everyday motorcycling and motorcycle touring—through both guided and self-guided tours.

Rider is the premier motorcycle touring, travel and adventure magazine in the United States. The magazine was started in 1974 and is published monthly for readers who look to Rider for the best information on all types of street and adventure motorcycles, places to ride, accessories and maintenance.

Many types of bikes and riders participate in the street motorcycle market. Rider is the one magazine that caters to the ranks of mature, serious street and adventure motorcycle enthusiasts, regardless of the type and brand of bike they own. Rider magazine's goal is to provide a wealth of information for riders who are less interested in ultimate high-performance but strive to improve their riding skills and enjoyment of motorcycling. For more than 40 years, Rider's intelligent road tests, travel articles, and How-To features have created a loyal audience of active and informed, real-world street riders.

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