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  • Yamaha Zuma NCY Rear Shock Review

    The Yamaha Zuma YW50 2-stroke scooter has always brought me a lot of joy and has been the subject of a lot of upgrades, some for performance and some that I thought were funny. But one thing I’ve never been able to solve was a reasonably priced option to upgrade the rear shock and one that actually works. Freaking scooters ...
  • Tools You Need for your Motorcycle

    Even if you are not really into working on your bike, every rider should know how to do a few fundamental tasks. Stick around we are going to show you a few things we’ve found over the years that make these basic tasks easier. Every rider should know how to check tire pressure, lube a chain, adjust a chain, remove ...
  • DSSales Tool44 Ducati Crankshaft Turning Tool

    Adjusting valves on your Ducati may not be for everyone, but if you take this task on there are a few things that will make the job a lot easier. A top quality set of feeler gauges is a must, but a tool to turn the engine over, setting it to top dead center makes it a lot easier. Sure, ...
  • AGV AX-8 Dual Evo Helmet Test and Review

    II’ve been wanting to try one of those cool ADV helmets with the neat dirt-bike style brim ever since watching Ewan and Charley ride around the world. I finally got one! And I’ve been riding around in it all summer. So, the AX-8 started life as a dirt bike helmet, but it was so popular that AGV basically drilled two ...
  • Single Sided Swingarm Chain Adjustment Tool

    Bikes with single-sided swingarms may not be all that common, but even less common are quality chain adjustment “spanner” tools. Some bikes will come with a chintzy stamped spanner in the tool kit. But some bikes don’t even give you that (Ducati). Dennis Stubblefield Sales is an american manufacturer of motorsport specialty tools – mostly flywheel pullers and stuff like ...
  • Nelson Rigg CL-1060-S Tail/Seat Bag

    Tankbags are amazing but come with a whole batch of problems. First, unless you are extremely careful, and even if you are meticulous, the risk of scratching or damaging your paint is fairly high. Unless you have a metal tank and are able to use a magnetic tank bag, you need to find ways to attach mounting straps and half ...

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