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How to Gear Up Your Passenger

How to Gear Up Your Passenger

Despite what you may see in the movies, your motorcycle passenger should never hop on with a flowing dress, tuxedo or with their street clothes. Some bikers seem to think that their protective gear somehow will protect their passenger when rubber meets the road. This...
How to Ride in Wet Weather

How to Ride in Wet Weather

Rain got you down? While many riders tend to be a wet blanket when the weather turns sour, a little bit of water never hurt anyone. Hurricanes aside, it’s still possible to enjoy a cruise in wet weather. With proper precautions and preparation, you’ll have just as...
How To Change Motorcycle Brake Fluid

How To Change Motorcycle Brake Fluid

Having well-maintained brakes is essential to safety on the road. That means changing your brake fluid every one to two years or when you notice your brakes are getting mushy. Luckily, this process is something you can do yourself. It’s fairly easy, although there are...
How to Diagnose and Fix an Intake Leak

How to Diagnose and Fix an Intake Leak

Your motorcycle hasn’t been performing at its usual level, and you’re worried there may be a problem with its mechanics. An intake air leak is a sudden onset issue that can make your bike go from running normally to roughly almost instantly. Learning the...
How to Calculate your Bike’s Load Limit

How to Calculate your Bike’s Load Limit

Your motorcycle is not a semi truck. We all throw on a few too many bags or tend to overpack for a long trip occasionally, but maxing out your bike’s load limit could have serious consequences. Treat your bike’s shocks and frame right and you’ll enjoy long-lasting...
How to Install Slip on Exhaust

How to Install Slip on Exhaust

Few mods turn heads quicker than an aftermarket exhaust system. Whether you need to replace a beat-up muffler, improve the fuel efficiency of your ride or simply project your bike’s power and authority, it’s time to pick up a new exhaust system. For many bikes, the...
Air Filters 101

Air Filters 101

If your motorcycle is like most on the road, track and trail today, it has either a two-stroke or four-stroke internal combustion engine. For internal combustion engines to function properly, they need a steady supply of air. That is, to get the most out of your...

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