Best Motorcycle Blogs on the Web Right Now

Here are some of the best motorcycles blogs online.

Today's blogosphere has many motorcycle blogs, but few prominent and long standing amongst a diehard legion of street fighter, chopper, and scrambler fans that cover the nuts and bolts of bike culture.

Let's separate the men from the boys with our picks for the best motorcycle blogs on the web right now.


Cycleworld is one of the most trusted, authoritative motorcycle sites on the web. It is a news portal, buyer's guide, a classifieds section, and media powerhouse all in one.

Sample coverage features MotoAmerica Round 9 Championship and teasers for upcoming models like the 2018 Kawasaki Z900RS. One of its most interesting aspects is its Q&A page, a collection of thousands of questions submitted by readers on everything from motorcycle titles to replacements.

Visor Down

Visor Down is one of the most prominent motorcycle publications on the web. It covers all of the latest motorcycle news as well as reviews, feature articles, and new rider resources.

News categories include off-roading, Moto GP, general racing news, and more. However, its actual blog is a bit watered down with more motorbike fail and speed test videos and less coverage on actual model specifications and current events.

Cyril Huze

Started by Frenchman Cyril Huze, a motorcycle designer who regularly builds $100,000 custom bikes from scratch for clients, this daily motorcycle news magazine specializes in custom motorcycle news, coverage of bike companies, and features original content.


Bike EXIF is one of the most well-known motorcycle blogs on the web. With more than 16,000 RSS readers and the most visited site on this list, it is strictly for the diehards. Cafe racers, bobbers, scramblers, and classics have their dedicated sections with news and reviews on the latest. Our personal favorite is its Guides section with detailed instructions on how to paint, weld, restore, and protect motorcycles.

Pipe Burn

Pipe Burn is operated by two diehard bikers from Sydney, Scott and Andrew. Buoyed by 320,000 Facebook followers and deeply informative articles on custom motorcycles, everything from street fighters to choppers is covered with a highly engaging writing style and deep immersion into the nuts and bolts of bike construction and feature set.