Once again, Western Avenue from the South Side of Chicago to the north was packed with motorcycles today for the 37th annual Toys for Tots Parade.
Harley-Davidson, which for more than 100 years has been known for its brash, loud and powerful motorcycles, is about to do something completely different.
A motorcyclist lost control and crashed in the 1500 block of North Lake Shore Drive about 4 a.m. Two other motorcycles then drove over the debris and crashed.
Dozens of Chicago area bikers hit the road to fight gun violence.
We’ve all been there: rolling down the expressway when a group of motorcycles speed past, darting between cars.
Illinois State Police are teaming up with Skokie and Lincolnwood police to try to catch “rogue riders” – people who recklessly drive racing motorcycles on the Edens Expressway.
“I will always have this bike until it just dies or somebody destroys it.” – Justin and his Kawasaki Ninja Motorcycle.
One person was killed overnight in a motorcycle accident on the Kennedy Expressway.
Illinois motorcycles and bicycles will be allowed to run red lights starting in 2012, but only in certain instances.
“She is beautiful, she is very comfortable and she treats you with the utmost respect.” – Anton and his Suzuki Boulevard
The rumbling could be heard near Soldier Field even before more than 1,000 motorcycles rounded the corner for the end of Sunday’s Ride to Remember commemorating police officers who died in the line of duty.