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    Forget the days of jury-rigging projects with duct tape and hope. Today’s consumers are embracing professional-grade tools for everything from home improvement to creative pursuits. These tools not only streamline the process, making tasks less time-consuming and frustrating, but they also unlock a level of quality that was previously reserved for the pros. Whether it’s a precision miter saw for ...
  • How Do Motorcycles Actually Turn

    Countersteering is probably the most misunderstood concepts in motorcycling. When I was learning to ride, it was widely dismissed. Then when I became a riding instructor, it was believed that it only worked above a certain speed. Now we know that it works at every speed. So it’s often cited as the one perfect solution to every cornering problem. Running ...
  • Learn How to Gain Confidence In Your Tires

    You want to be able to trust your tires? Yeah? You want to know what it feels like to be able to lean into a corner or go to the brakes and know they will stick. Tires are crazy complicated things that are constantly being improved. Nothing improved the quality of the motorcycle riding experience quite like the insane improvements ...
  • How to Wash/Detail A Motorcycle

    I really like to put the motorcycle up two stands so I can spin both wheels, to clean the wheels. Because, to me, clean wheels are like a clean floor in your house. When you clean the floor, the whole house looks clean. It’s important you put the bike in the shade, not in the sun. Don’t ever let anything ...
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    What if I told you that what you read on the internet, or maybe what you were taught was totally wrong? What if us as a motorcycle community have been looking at corner entrance the wrong way? Let me show you what I mean. We are on the most epic road in all of America. This is Beartooth Pass. Highway ...
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    You’ve been thinking about your tires the wrong way.  I know we get all caught up in compounds and carcass construction and all that, but that misses the most important thing about tires.    Now, it’s pretty well understood, or at least it should be, that tires are the most important part of your motorcycle. It’s the last thing we ...

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    Forget the days of jury-rigging projects with duct tape and hope. Today’s consumers are embracing professional-grade tools for everything from home improvement to creative pursuits. These tools not only streamline the process, making tasks less time-consuming and frustrating, but they also unlock a level of quality that was previously reserved for the pros. Whether it’s a precision miter saw for ...
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    Countersteering is probably the most misunderstood concepts in motorcycling. When I was learning to ride, it was widely dismissed. Then when I became a riding instructor, it was believed that it only worked above a certain speed. Now we know that it works at every speed. So it’s often cited as the one perfect solution to every cornering problem. Running ...
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    Learn How to Gain Confidence In Your Tires

    You want to be able to trust your tires? Yeah? You want to know what it feels like to be able to lean into a corner or go to the brakes and know they will stick. Tires are crazy complicated things that are constantly being improved. Nothing improved the quality of the motorcycle riding experience quite like the insane improvements ...
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    How to Wash/Detail A Motorcycle

    I really like to put the motorcycle up two stands so I can spin both wheels, to clean the wheels. Because, to me, clean wheels are like a clean floor in your house. When you clean the floor, the whole house looks clean. It’s important you put the bike in the shade, not in the sun. Don’t ever let anything ...
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