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  • Gift Ideas for Motorcycle Riders Starting at $10

    Before getting started we should quickly mention what not to buy the motorcyclist in your life.  Avoid buying them oil, tires, chain lube, helmets, visors, gloves or any riding gear as a general rule.  We, motorcyclists, are incredibly fickle about such things so unless you know exactly the size and type of kit they want, don’t do it. Fit is ...
  • 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 ...

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