Star Football Player Wrecks Bike, Out for Season

Marcus Benard, a defensive end for the Cleveland Browns, has pled not guilty to two charges stemming from his October wreck of his Can-Am Spyder. Benard broke his hand and sustained other injuries in the wreck which has ended his 2011-2012 season.

A witness told police that Benard was traveling at “a high rate of speed” before he crossed four lanes of traffic and slammed into a guard rail, where police estimated Benard traveled over 200 feet in the air after impact.
The team has decided it will keep Benard, despite his contract violation which forbids him from sky diving and riding motorcycles. A pre-trial hearing has been set for Nov. 21, 2011.


Do You Mind if We Share This Taxi Ma’am?

 

Entrepreneurs in foreign countries have already been using motorcycles as taxi cabs for years especially in the heavily congested parts of Asia.  It’s a trend that never caught on in the US.  But now Moto Limos believes American’s are ready and they’ve chosen the two cities with the densest populations,  New York and Los Angeles.

Moto Limo hopes to lure the busy business traveler to it’s services by pitching that when others are stuck in traffic, you’ll get to your destination on time.  blue Tooth helmets will be provided for productivity and they’ll provide rainsuits during inclimate weather and a blanket for those New York winters.

Moto-Limo says they can also carry some luggage for you.  Click here for luggage carrying ability

You can  also request a trailer with the taxi and will come with at least 15 year professional experienced rider. This is a club service so you can expect to pay a membership fee of  $125 to $150 depending on your choice of bikes and services.  It could cost you around $90 for the Gold Wing, that also depends on your membership status.

 

BRP Recalls 160 Can-Am SPYDER RT SM5

Recall affects 160 2011 model ROADSTER SPYDER RT SM5

BRP is recalling about 160 model year 2011 SPYDER RT SM5 ROADSTERS. According to the recall, a defective reverse actuator cable may allow the Roadster to inadvertently engage reverse without depressing the reverse button during down shifting.

Owners should be aware that if this happens while the vehicle is moving forward, the rear wheel could lock and cause a skid, and the engine stall. If this happens while the vehicle is stopped, the vehicle could back up without warning, increasing the risk of a crash.

Dealers will check the proper operation of the reverse actuator and if defective will be replaced free of charge.The recall began Feb 11, 2011. OWNERS MAY CONTACT BRP AT 1-888-638-5397 or the THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION’S VEHICLE SAFETY HOTLINE AT 1-888-327-4236