If you live in a country where cold, snowy winters occur, with some preparation and good gear there’s not much stopping you from riding all winter long. If you do plan to keep riding your motorcycle in cold weather, the following tips and preparations will keep you and your motorcycle in tip-top condition.
The new Low Rider S model brings aggressive style and all-out performance to 2020 Harley-Davidson models which also include the all-electric LiveWire model and new CVO Tri Glide model, the ultimate three-wheel motorcycle.
the women’s new Gunmetal Mia jacket offers together a premium riding jacket bike protection and off bike wearable, classic silhouettes. Classic Café Racer styling on the outside, with a removable and separately wearable waterproof hoodie on the inside.
Many motorcycle riders have a habit of holding tension in the arms and shoulders while riding. Here are nine ways to lighten up on those arms and hands!
Be Visible . . .
Some drivers do not see motorcycles because they're not looking for them. To make yourself more visible, wear bright reflective clothing, position yourself so other drivers can see you, signal before turning or changing lanes, and use your horn when it will help others notice you.
A weekend motorcycle tour or a long daytime ride can often turn into a ride in the dark. As we head home or to our next destination, we need to adjust our riding technique and prepare for the changes occurring to our surroundings – particularly how we appear within the darker environment we ride.