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!
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Nothing beats the feeling of the sun on your face or the pleasure felt after a long day riding on clean, dry roads. Nonetheless, the high reaching temperatures of summer present their own challenges especially since we need to wear our protective motorcycle gear while trying to stay cool.
If you’ve decided to buy a two-wheeler of your own, here’s a list of Motorcycle Buying Tips to help you narrow things down and get the right motorcycle for you!
This might surprise you to know that your motorcycle helmet is more fragile than you think. Taking care of your helmet and keeping it in tip-top shape will not only help protect you to the best of the helmet’s ability, but help extend the life of your helmet!
Washing your motorcycle isn’t just about vanity (although who wants to be seen with a dirty bike?) it’s also a very important part of motorcycle maintenance. How to wash your motorcycle and the process of washing your motorcycle will help you get to know it better.
Even if you never ride in the rain, being prepared is part of being a proficient motorcyclist. How to ride your motorcycle in heavy rain will keep you safe!
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 even a long daytime motorcycle ride can often turn into a ride in the dark. Being seen and seeing the road in front of you is crucial to your safety and operational ability. With these tips you can boost your visibility when riding your motorcycle in the dark!
To help you join in on this global phenomenon and to make the most of your own local, regional or solo ride on International Female Ride Day, we’ve compiled a list of ideas that’ll help to get you started.
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.