Your motorcycle tires offer you much-needed road grip important to your road safety and riding pleasure.
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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!
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.
It’s not always obvious that the time has come to trade in your motorcycle boots for a new pair. Even when your boots are falling apart at the seams- it can be difficult to part with your favourite moto kicks! But being sentimental can compromise your safety, cause ride stability problems and even discomfort – down the road.
It’s tempting to put style, colour nd price ahead of dull features such as, safety when buying a motorcycle helmet. But the reality is, you need to measure the standards and performance of the helmet foremost.
The fact is, motorcyclists could easily prevent many of the problems they encounter with their motorcycle or scooter. That’s the message from motorcycle mechanics who shared a list of the common problems seen in their shops.
How to pack and prepare for a motorcycle trip means you need to ensure all essentials are included, yet space is limited so you need to travel light. The guiding rule truly is ‘less is more” which is also a fun part of the adventure of motorcycle touring!
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.
It pays to be more organized when getting committing to another year of motorcycle insurance. Before renewing is a great time to review your policy and explore other quotes.
Motorcycle riding gear is as huge a part of motorcycle riding as the ride itself. You’ll need to ensure your gear keeps you safe and that it’s comfortable. Riding in the cold, extreme heat or a downpour of rain can be distracting to your focus to the road.
If you look at the G 310 R you can’t believe it’s a small CC bike. It appears large. And when you sit on it, you’ll feel proportionally suited. And though you might think this is for the smaller person, the sit position doesn’t feel cramped.