• 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 ...
  • motorcycle handlebar ram gps phone mount
    9
    Sep

    Cheap and Simple Way To Mount a GPS or a Phone

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    The Simplest and Cheapest way to install a GPS/Smart Phone RAM Mount for just about any and every motorcycle. In this digital age, almost all of us want some way to enhance our riding experience with the myriad of devices available for us. Most common is a GPS device, but having your modern smart-phone right at your fingertips may also ...
  • Is a more expensive helmet safer
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    Dec

    Is a More Expensive Helmet Safer?

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    We try to tackle the age-old question; does a more expensive helmet provide more protection than a cheap helmet? We looked at a lot of different sources to try and come up with an educated and informed answer to this very complicated question. $10 Head / $10 Helmet We’ve all heard the maxim, “you get what you pay for” and ...
  • Motorcycle Exhaust Slipon Ducati 848 Arrow
    11
    Sep

    Does Your Bike Need Tuning After Adding A Slip-On

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    Is it important to have your motorcycle tuned when you add a slip-on exhaust system and/or a free-flow air filter to my motorcycle, or is it only necessary to have a bike dyno-tuned when I fit a full exhaust system?
  • choose a first bike
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    Sep

    How to Choose Your First Motorcycle on a Tight Budget

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    Buying your first motorcycle can be intimidating. Is it better to buy a cheap used bike that will need some work or better to buy a new bike? There are also some other things that need to be taken into consideration, such as purchasing riding gear.
  • Engine Running Hot
    5
    Sep

    My Motorcycle is Running Hot After Upgrades

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    So you’ve made some upgrades to your bike. Maybe a free-flow air filter and a pipe. But now your bike seems to be running really hot? What is causing this and how can it be resolved?
  • Motorcycle Riding Gear
    5
    May

    How to Prioritize Motorcycle Safety Gear

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    What is the most important piece of motorcycle safety gear? How do you know how to allocate your budget when purchasing new motorcycle gear, particularly for the first time or new rider. We rank motorcycle safety gear in order of importance to help guide your decision-making process.
  • Motorcycle Trackday Etiquette
    22
    Oct

    How to Prepare For and Participate in a Trackday

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    One of the most common questions we get asked relates to participating in a trackday. It seems there is a long-standing misconception that in order to access the track, your bike needs to be fully race-prepped; safety-wire, oil catch basin, etc. While this may have been true many years ago, anymore, virtually every bike can participate in a track day ...
  • motorcycle on a centerstand
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    May

    How To Get A Motorcycle Onto the Centerstand

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    Getting a motorcycle onto the centerstand may seem daunting. Particularly if your motorcycle is somewhat large, like a Goldwing or a BMW, or if you are particularly small or short. Most people try to rock the bike back up onto the stand or try to lift, mostly using arm strength. However, if you use our simple technique described in the ...