The electric wave is here, or at least it will be by or before the 2020 riding season. That’s when Harley-Davidson has confirmed they’ll have an electric motorcycle in production, if not sooner. The question is, will it be Harley’s ...Read More »
Last week I denounced the belief that Indian is the #1 threat to Harley-Davidson. Their market share is too small, and their brand strength isn’t yet strong enough to be an immediate threat. This week I’m continuing the four part ...Read More »
Fog on your motorcycle helmet visor is not only annoying but can be a serious safety risk. A foggy helmet visor stops riders from seeing clearly, and slows down reaction time. Luckily, there are many anti-fog solutions, and they come in four main varieties. Depending on their formulas, anti-fog solutions offer either a temporary or permanent fix. In this Ultimate Guide to Stopping Helmet Visor Fogging, we’re going to explore the four different types of anti-fog solutions.Read More »
The KYMCO Venox is a 250cc motorcycle with kick, especially with the Venox sprocket upgrade kit we sell. Stock from factory, the bike makes 28 horsepower. That’s a lot more than most 250cc cruisers. From a size/weight perspective, it looks ...Read More »
Wondering what the biggest threat to Harley-Davidson is? I'll give you a hint, it's not Indian. This four-part series by motorcycle industry expert (and former Harley-Davidson employee) tells you what's got Milwaukee feeling a little nervous.Read More »
Where did we go wrong this year? Where did we go right? And where the heck are we going from here?
Oh, and yes, that's a Ducati Panigale under the Christmas tree.
One of the coolest events in the Toronto motorcycle scene last year was the FEARLESS motorcycle photography exhibit put on Dan Lim, a.k.a. TheMotoFoto. The event raised over $10,000 for Diabetes Canada, in an event showcasing images focusing on female ...Read More »
Yesterday I had an email from a customer who was delighted to be getting her motorcycle helmet shipped from YouMotorcycle.com/shop – she had spent hours trying to find the right helmet, and we had it. In her email she thanked ...Read More »
Wondering how to make a motorcycle seat? bikerMetric just did an awesome interview with Chris Chappell of TUFFSIDE, makers of handmade motorcycle seats. TUFFSIDE just shared a video on how their seats are made, perfect for anyone looking to buy a custom motorcycle seat. The video gives a pretty good overview of the time and love that is required to do it right. In the interview, Chris explains how his push for perfection led him to make a motorcycle seat for himself, and the praise it got led him to make seats for the asses of the masses.Read More »
So you just bought a vintage motorcycle, or someone else’s basket case project bike, or maybe it’s a low kilometer barn find. It was a steal of a deal, and you had to have it. You get home with your ...Read More »