I love talking to people about motorcycles. Between being an opinionated guy, having worked in the industry, and having been riding for just shy of a decade, I like to think I can help people. Then I got asked a ...Read More »
As the days start getting colder you may wonder why you would buy a new bike in the winter time. Many would think that a new bike should be bought in the spring when the weather is nice and you don’t have ...Read More »
We sit behind our desks, or serve average faces coffee. We stand behind wandering eyes, always looking for the next adventure. That next opportunity to grab a moment and store it away into the archives of our mind. Women confined ...Read More »
Everything you need to know to save money riding your motorcycle.
No one said it would be cheap,
but who says it has to be expensive?
"My motorcycle won't start!" Ask the phone-jockey of your local motorcycle shop or dealership how many times a day they hear that. While motorcycles are as different from one another as their riders are, there are some common trends as to why your motorcycle isn't starting or isn't working properly. Mechanics share their insight on what the most common reasons are for motorcycle problems and how to avoid them.
A good motorcycle mechanic is going to cost you around $90/hour. Instead of waiting to learn the hard way, read this and see the most common reasons a motorcycle ends up in the shop.
How would you feel about leaving your town to your the world, making a crowd-funded documentary on kustom kulture? Three years after the hot rods, motorcycles, pinup models, and rockabilly music of Flake & Flames hit the web, we say down to talk shop with Jesper. We've got his reflection on the documentary, his adventure, the impact on his life, what he's up to now, and his thoughts on a Flake & Flames: Part 2.Read More »
I’ve been doing this this online motorcycle thing for seven years. In that time I’ve come across some sites that really put out great information or bring value to motorcyclists. I’d like to make more motorcyclists aware of so they ...Read More »
“An ounce of prevention is worth ten pounds of cure.” It’s one of those things that you hear a parent say so much as a child that long after they leave you’ll still hear it, in their voice. An ounce of ...Read More »
My friend cocked her head sideways and stared at me from across the table. “Everything you just said was a contradiction.” She said. I love it when an intelligent and attractive woman calls me out on my shit, so I smiled ...Read More »
Two years ago we covered the results of the first Motorcycle Film Festival from Brooklyn, New York. It couldn’t have come at a better time. Motorcycle videos are at a height we haven’t seen since the 1970s, and these days ...Read More »