Congress wants to streamline electric vehicle manufacturing and assembly in the country by establishing regulatory framework.
Honda, Yamaha, KTM and Piaggio have formed the Swappable Batteries Motorcycle Consortium (SBMC), ensuring batteries and chargers used by these brands will be compatible and possibly interchangeable.
Honda enters the entry level e-scooter segment in China with the U-GO.
Honda and Komatsu developing micro excavators using swappable batteries from electric-scooters.
BMW Motorrad's futuristic new electric scooter is now an actual production model customers can buy.
Internal combustion motorcycles will no longer be available in Indonesian showrooms by 2050.
MotoGP's Petronas SRT and kick scooter maker, Velocifero, have teamed up to create a cool new ride that you can't buy... yet.
UK-based White Motorcycle Concepts hopes to apply its technology to production motorcycles.
Zaiser Motors introduces an electric motorcycle that can take you from Manila to Laoag in one charge.
The bill wants to provide tax exemptions and discounts to LTO's MVUC for owners, and require commercial buildings to have EV parking spaces with chargers.
KYMCO Philippines launches the new KRV 180, boasting of a bigger engine and features on par with the competition.
Yamaha puts up some 'gram worthy graffiti at BGC featuring the Mio family of scooters.
Triumph taps Ricky Carmichael to show off the abilities of the Tiger 1200.
Ducati’s DesertX will be launching soon, but you can see it teased in webisodes next week.
Big bikes and show and race cars not included in upcoming ‘Anti-muffler’ ordinance of Manila.
Chinese motorcycle maker copies Honda’s Africa Twin adventure bike with an engine half the size.
The Pasig River Expressway (PAREX) is envisioned to be the first 'hybrid' expressway to allow pedestrian and cyclist access, but still not small-displacement motorcycles.
Yamaha India officially launches the R15 and R15M Version 4, packed with performance and convenience features standard on bigger bikes.
Author of the Anti-muffler ordinance, Coun. JVT Villanueva, says decibel meter will be used by apprehending officers. If not, they cannot catch offenders.