• Motorcycle Touring
    20
    Apr

    It’s Time You Did Some Motorcycle Touring

    This is my actual, first bike. How young was I when I was that little? My mom would complain that I was on it so much the two of us would somehow become attached if I wasn’t careful. More than 45 years after I started riding this little thing, I’m still on two wheels at every opportunity. But if there ...
  • how to buy a used motorcycle
    10
    Feb

    Don’t Get Cheated

    Ten Tips On How To Buy a Used Motorcycle There are a lot of benefits that come from buying a used bike. But there are a lot of pitfalls and opportunities for things to go wrong.  So, the first step we need to take if we want to win at buying a used bike is to figure out which one ...
  • Motorcycle hitting a perfect apex
    5
    Dec

    Why Street Riders Need This Track School

    Street riders sometimes think that a track-based riding school wouldn’t be applicable to them, and in many cases, they are correct. But after taking the online Champ U online courses, I suspected that the Yamaha Champions Riding School might be different. So we made our way to Inde Motorsports Ranch to see for ourselves. In this video, I’ll discuss why ...
  • Mountain Biking on a Ridge
    3
    Nov

    One Exercise Changed Everything

    Over the years there have been three specific things that fundamentally improved my riding in a dramatic way.  The first was learning how far I needed to look down the road, what I needed to be looking at and looking for. Using vision as a way to slow down time, time that is used to make a plan for every ...
  • Kids are infultrating my driveway
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    Aug

    How I Deal With Kids In My Driveway

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    Every night I would get an alert from my driveway security camera, and at first I was a bit annoyed, but then I found myself looking forward to the evening alert. And then inspiration struck, in the form of my wife giving me this great idea. What transpired has turned into the best part of an otherwise dreary pandemic summer. ...
  • Utah Highway 12
    2
    Aug

    Motorcycling Along Utahs Highway 12

    A Love Letter To Our Favorite Motorcycle Road This video is something totally different. This is the road from whence CanyonChasers was born. Think of this as a love letter to our favorite stretch of tarmac. Utah’s majestic Highway 12 and The Burr Trail. Way back in the early ’90s, we would chase down every canyon from here to there ...
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    May

    Your Bike Isn’t Causing Hearing Loss. Riding It Is.

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    Are you suffering from Noise Induced Hearing Loss? You probably are. Noise-Induced Hearing Loss can be immediate or it can take a long time to be noticeable. It can be temporary or permanent, and it can affect one ear or both ears. Even if you can’t tell that you are damaging your hearing you may have trouble hearing in the ...
  • motorcycle sunset utah
    21
    Dec

    Which Bike is Right For You?

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    It’s one of the most common questions we’ve been receiving; “What the difference between all the bike types? And which bike is right for me?” Or, “Help me decide which bike is right for me.” We decided to have some fun with this question and thought we’d compare the major motorcycle types with space ships from popular science fiction movies ...
  • Clean motorcycle visor faceshield
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    Oct

    Clean Your Visor or Faceshield on the Go

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    Bugs on your visor or facesheild are not only a safety risk, but they are also extremely irritating. Today, we reveal one of our favorite Moto Life Hacks for getting a perfectly clean visor when you are out and about, without any special cleaning supplies. This works at most any gas station using just the windshield cleaning station, and most ...
  • Alta Shockguard D3O Knee Armor Carhartt
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    May

    Add D3O Armor to Double-Front Work Pants

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    Our love of Carhartt’s 14oz Double Front dungarees as riding pants has never really faded. The dense canvass is far more abrasion resistant than denim. They are very affordable. Come in a wide array of sizes (and now four colors!) and are relatively warm when it’s cool and plenty breathable when it’s hot. They are a snap to launder and ...