Embrace The Road With Full Knowledge - Tips For Buying A Pre-Owned Motorcycle

Posted on: 1 May 2017

The open road has long been a source of romance and inspiration for countless people. If you're among them but you're limited in your financial capabilities, purchasing a pre-owned motorcycle can be a great way to get a lot of bang for your buck. However, it's important that you don't let yourself get too wrapped up in excitement without sufficient preparation. Below, you'll find a guide to a few things you should be aware of when you purchase pre owned bikes. [Read More]

Buying A Motorcycle For Your Teen: What Features To Look For

Posted on: 11 July 2016

Many teenagers hope for a car as a gift that propels them to independence, but if you have a teen with motorcycles on the brain, you might consider purchasing two wheels instead of four. However, it's easy to get caught up in the power and features available in the motorcycle market. How do you know which motorcycle features are best and safest for a young motorcyclist who is just beginning? Here are some things to consider when you start shopping for your son or daughter's first bike. [Read More]

3 Motorcycle Tire Maintenance Tips

Posted on: 17 August 2015

If you were asked what the most important part of your motorcycle was, would tires be the first thing that came to mind? Tires in good condition help keep you safe by gripping the road in inclement weather and around tight corners. Here are three tips that can help you keep your motorcycle tires in good shape. Know the Tire Damage Warning Signs Unexpected tire blowouts are one of the most dangerous accidents that can occur on the road. [Read More]

The Four Commandments Of Keeping Your Feet Dry When MX Trail Riding

Posted on: 23 April 2015

Are you tired of getting wet feet when you're blazing the trails on your motor bike? Have you tried all sorts of tips and tricks, but still come home from every off-road adventure with cold, stinky, soaking wet toes? If so, it's time to learn and abide by the four commandments of keeping your feet dry when motocross trail riding. 1.  Thou Shall Not Wrap Thy Feet In Plastic If you frequent motocross forum boards, you've likely encountered the silly stay-dry tip about wrapping your feet in plastic. [Read More]