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Cooler temperatures may put a frown on your face. As a rider, you can start to see the motorcycling season winding down. Generally, though, for a majority of riders the riding season ends in late October or early November. Right now is a perfect time to think about winterizing your motorcycle. If it’s your first time storing your motorcycle for winter hibernation, here are some helpful tips to guide you…
REMOVING MOTORCYCLE BATTERY
Effective motorcycle maintenance includes performing regular upkeep and replacing certain part when needed. That includes your bike’s power plant: the battery. Conventional batteries typically last two to five years, according to Yuasa Batteries. If you believe your battery may need to be replaced, consider motorcycle enthusiast Matthew Bochnak’s tips for doing it right. Watch more videos by…
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You might think you know a lot about motorcycles, but do you know the correct lingo to fit in with the chopper crowd? Take this quiz to find out if you know common motorcycle terms.
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A motorcycle’s handling is a key component for a safe and smooth ride, and when something’s not quite right on the bike, that handling can be compromised. A bike’s handling can be affected by a number of different components including the grips, handlebars and front fork, but one of the concerns might be a misaligned…
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Motorcycle riders stay safe and secure on their bikes, in part, because of the control they have over maneuverability and handling. One of the main ways a rider controls his or her bike is through the handle bars and grips, and making sure they’re in proper working order should be a part of a regular…
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Even though it was pretty cold here in Michigan a few weeks ago, I took my motorcycle out for my first quick ride since the winter. Sure, it was cooler then I had hoped, but my 10-minute ride down the road sure felt good. It also reminded me I have a few loose ends to tie…
Drive Safer by Increasing Awareness of Motorcyclists [INFOGRAPHIC]
Drivers of cars, trucks and vans are conditioned to look for other large vehicles on the road, especially when changing lanes and making turns. But with so many motorcycles on the road, especially in the summer months, drivers must pay extra attention to be aware of riders on two-wheeled vehicles. Motorcycles are obviously smaller, faster…
motorcycle safety awareness
Warmer weather can entice motorcyclists to get back on their bikes and out on the road. And since May is National Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, it’s particularly relevant for riders to take the proper precautions to help ensure that each ride is both safe and enjoyable. Consider these tips on protective gear and safe riding techniques before…
spring motorcycle checkup
Regular motorcycle maintenance can help keep your bike running smoothly. That can be especially important in the spring, when many riders bring their motorcycles out of winter storage. Beyond simply cleaning it up and filling the fuel tank, spring is a great time to do some simple checkups to make sure your bike is road ready. To…
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You’re ready to hit the road on your motorcycle. It’s a beautiful day, you’ve got a tank full of gas, your helmet and leathers on, and your afternoon is free and clear. You get on your bike to fire up the engine and…nothing. Just that sinking feeling. You try again and again, but your motorcycle…