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.
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.
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.
A bit of chilliness can be invigorating, but prolonged cold is dangerous for any rider and may even lead up to frostbite. And, staying warm while riding is more important than you might imagine.
Riding alone can offer enjoyment – the peace and quiet of the road plus some “me time”. The challenge for many is working up the motivation to ride alone. But once you’ve spent some time out there on the open road, freely leaning around your favourite corners you will start to crave that solo ride time.
Good motorcycle braking technique is not a strong point for many riders. Simple use of the brakes are generally operated well, but when a motorcycle emergency stop needs to happen – far too many motorcyclists get into trouble.
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.
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!
Some of the best roads to ride are enjoyed in autumn. Riding amidst autumn’s conditions can be challenging however, with preparation and planning your autumn motorcycle rides will be awesome, and safe!
Fatigue contributes highly to automobile accidents; fatigue is certainly a greater danger for a rider. And if you’re riding with other people it’s definitely a topic which needs to be discussed. To avoid falling asleep and overcome fatigue on motorcycle rides, follow a few of these basic guidelines.