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Think About It. Why Do You Ride?

Think About It. Why Do You Ride?

This is a great article from LeatherUp.com. It not only reminds us of why we ride, but it really puts things in perspective while comparing riding a motorcycle to riding in a car. Sure, it’s stuff we all know, but how often do we really think about it. I think sometimes we forget why we […]

January 24, 2014 | By More
6 Things To Do After a Motorcycle Accident

6 Things To Do After a Motorcycle Accident

Motorcycle accidents are often some of the deadliest accidents that occur. Motorcycles offer little protection to riders in the event of an accident and the resulting injuries are often severe, requiring long recovery periods. If the rider is not wearing a helmet, injuries can include massive head injuries and even brain death. Often, motorcycle accidents […]

October 26, 2012 | By More
DIY Motorcycle Tech: Servicing Your Brakes

DIY Motorcycle Tech: Servicing Your Brakes

Motorcycle Brakes Maintenance Does your front brake lever touch or come close to your grip? Are your brakes a little mushy or just not quite what they used to be? If so, you may need to have them serviced. If your brakes seem okay, but the lever comes back too far, the information below may […]

June 19, 2012 | By | Reply More
Interesting Facts About Harley Davidson Cross Bones

Interesting Facts About Harley Davidson Cross Bones

by Steven Harrison Harley Davidson fans out there are always on the lookout for the next greatest motorcycle release. Harley Davidson Crossbones is like the Holy Grail you’ve been looking for. This bike is drop dead gorgeous if you could consider a bike to be such a thing. This is a bike that even the […]

June 18, 2012 | By | Reply More
Tips For Painting Your Motorcycle

Tips For Painting Your Motorcycle

by Sarah H Here are some instructions to help you paint your motorcycle yourself and save a bunch of money by doing so. Materials Needed Reducer Plastic Filler Flowable Putty Primer and Hardeners Epoxy Sealers Base Color Paint Clear Coat/Hardener 80,120,400,600,1500,2000 grit wet/dry sandpaper 2 Paint Guns Respirator for the Type of Paint You Are […]

June 18, 2012 | By | Reply More
The True Difference Between Motorcycle Oil and Automotive Oil

The True Difference Between Motorcycle Oil and Automotive Oil

By Chris Nicholas To some people, changing the oil in your car is just like changing the oil in your motorcycle. Just drain out the old oil, install a new oil filter, and pour in the desired amount of new oil and your done. So when it comes time to change your motorcycle oil, why […]

June 18, 2012 | By | Reply More
Harley Davidson Enthusiasts

Harley Davidson Enthusiasts

by Hamm K Morgan The infamous James Dean in the long-gone wildcard of the movie Rebel without a Cause could well be attributed with making the riding of a motorcycle a statement instead of a mere form of efficient transportation for the masses. Nothing comes closer to these two-wheelers when questions of fuel efficiency are […]

June 18, 2012 | By | Reply More
Motorcycle Insurance

Motorcycle Insurance

by B Corcoran Motorcycle insurance. We don’t like to think about it, but you can’t ride without it. In certain states, you can’t buy a new motorcycle without insurance. Shop Around The more you shop around, the better your chances of getting a better rate. There a tons of insurance companies to pick from. I […]

June 18, 2012 | By | Reply More
Starting Out on the Right Foot When it Comes to Motorcycles

Starting Out on the Right Foot When it Comes to Motorcycles

By Thomas Haney Motorcycle riders start out their motorcycling careers through a variety of paths. For example, many retirees take up motorcycling after they retire from a long career, and realize they want something they can enjoy and be passionate about in their golden years. Others realize they’ve been missing a passion and thrill in […]

June 18, 2012 | By | Reply More
Planning for Custom Motorcycle Parts

Planning for Custom Motorcycle Parts

by Aaron Leslie Most bike owners want to add a personal stamp to their machines. After market motorcycle parts make this easy no matter what your technical skill is. However before slapping on custom chrome everywhere, you want to have a plan. You want your bike to have a consistent look and feel, not a […]

June 18, 2012 | By | Reply More
Pursuing a Motorcycle Accident Claim

Pursuing a Motorcycle Accident Claim

by Gary E Rosenberg You can ride safer by following these quick tips on motorcycle safety: Always assume that you and your motorcycle are totally invisible to other drivers. Leave plenty of space in front and back and to the sides from all other vehicles. Beware of motorists turning left in front of you at […]

June 18, 2012 | By | Reply More
Motorcycle Safety: Ten Top Tips

Motorcycle Safety: Ten Top Tips

By Alan Liptrot We all know that riding a bike carries a few more risks than sitting behind the wheel of a car, but by applying a few simple strategies, we can reduce that risk significantly. I’m not here to preach; you’re going to do what you want anyway, and so you should. I’d just […]

June 18, 2012 | By | Reply More
Are You A Biker?

Are You A Biker?

by Linda Carruth You’re on a vigorous blast of a ride, and it almost seems a shame that it’s rushing by so fast. There is open country road ahead of you, as far as you can see. Although it’s late in the day, you can feel the warm sun on your arms and a balmy […]

June 18, 2012 | By | Reply More
Motorcycle Training Part 2: Before You Get On The Road

Motorcycle Training Part 2: Before You Get On The Road

by Linda Carruth Once you have taken all the steps towards learning to ride a motorcycle, there are some things to consider before actually getting on the road. First, make sure you are familiar with your state’s laws regarding motorcycles. Learner’s permits often have certain restrictions that prohibit carrying a passenger, riding after dark, riding […]

June 18, 2012 | By | Reply More
Motorcycle Training Part 1: Tips for the New Rider

Motorcycle Training Part 1: Tips for the New Rider

by Linda Carruth If you are thinking about throwing a leg over your own motorcycle, there are a few things you may wish to consider first. First, gender. Yes, you read that right, gender. Men and women are so different when it comes to motorcycles and riding. Men just go out and do, without much […]

June 18, 2012 | By | Reply More
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