Indian Motorcycle, America’s first motorcycle company, just introduced the 2020 Indian Scout Bobber Sixty – a 999cc version of its popular Scout Bobber. This lightweight Indian Scout Bobber features stripped-down, blacked-out styling and a 60 cubic-inch, liquid-cooled engine.
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Is it safe to go for a motorcycle ride? Coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting every aspect of daily life across the world. Self-isolation and social distancing pose practical problems, which most people have never experienced before. But this doesn’t mean all your individual motorcycling needs might have to stop.
Riding ever westward along its shores, not only the lake’s glittering views held my attention, but also the fault-free surface of its winding roads! The Triumph bowed as Highway 123 left the shore and twisted back through the illuminated emerald greens of Tahquamenon Falls State Park.
Whether you’re picking up your motorcycle from its winter storage at a dealership, or you’ve winterised your bike yourself, use these 10 plus awesome tips to be ride ready for another motorcycle season.
Grab these five essential motorcycle tools! You’ll save money and easily perform more complex tasks such as replacing your chain or changing your motorcycle oil.
The main rule for fog conditions as a rider, is don’t ride. Delay your ride until it clears. However, that’s not always possible. So if you’re caught in fog or in a situation where you must ride in it, these are the challenges you’ll need to prepare for.
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.
There’s a blending of olden routes and modern passages on The Cabot Trail making it a motorcycle ride experience that’s really quite distinctive. Like any motorcyclist, I’ve always known of The Cabot Trail.
Need an uncomplicated getaway or a destination to slow your fast paced life? Hop on your motorcycle and let the lazy road take you along the easy-riding St. Clair River’s coastal banks.
Higher-end motorcycles can easily rival what it costs for a new automobile. But no matter what you’ve paid, if you own a motorcycle or scooter, you’ll be tempted to save money buying the lesser expensive fuel – but this is going to cost you more in the long run.
You’ve already noticed that motorcycles, unlike automobiles, need additional owner attention and care to keep them running smoothly and, most importantly, safely. And because of that, you’ll need another set of tools in your motorcycle tool box to ensure good performance.
There’s lots to learn and insuring your motorcycle, or scooter, is a significant part of riding and your riding budget. Equally important are the details to getting the right motorcycle insurance coverage.