Thousands of motorcycles are stolen in the U.S. each year, and fewer than 40 percent are ever recovered. So when a motorcycle has been missing for 46 years, well the chances of it ever showing up again are slim.
But don't tell that to Don Devault. His 1953 Triumph motorcycle was returned to him this week in Omaha, Nebraska - the same place it was stolen in 1967, when Don was 27.
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The National Insurance Crime Bureau today reported that in 2011, motorcycle thefts were down 6 percent from their 2010 total. There were 46,667 motorcycles reported stolen in 2011 compared with 49,791 in 2010—a decline of 6 percent. The theft rate averages out to one theft every 11 minutes. All data is from theft reports contained in the National Crime Information Center.
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MONLAU COMPETICIÓN, the School of reference in Spain, is the pioneer school in Spain as far as racing mechanic and engineers training is concerned.
Monlau Competition, lead by former 125cc world champion Emilio Alzamora, born in 1973 covered by the school group Monlau with over 25 years of experience in the field of teaching and learning.
It currently has more than 250 students in their classrooms divided between courses in racing mechanics and engineers of racing cars and motorcycles.
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After pioneering the concept of antilock brakes (ABS) on motorcycles 23 years ago, BMW Motorrad USA announced today that it will be the first motorcycle manufacturer to offer ABS as standard equipment on its entire range of 2012 model year motorcycles.
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