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The 2013 Honda Gold Wing Navi XM

2013 Honda Goldwing Navi XM

Since it debuted as a road bike in 1975, the Honda Gold Wing has gone on to define what it means to be a top-of-the-line touring bike for nearly three decades. It has set the standard for two-passenger long-distance cruising, becoming one of the most popular bikes of all time. Offering an unmatched combination of power, comfort and agility, it continues to delight its riders to this day.

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5 Tips To Securing The Best Motorbike Loan Interest Rates

Motorcycle Dealership

Everyone wants to get the best motorcycle loan interest rate possible.

With all the different motor financiers available, and a wide range of products with completely different criteria, it can make the task of securing the best available bike loan interest rate very confusing.

Here are some tips that may assist you in securing a sharp interest rate for your new motorbike.

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How to Safely Use Jumper Cables

The Mid-Day Jump-Start

One of the most basic parts of motorcycle ownership is caring for the battery. At the same time, we need to work with it so seldom that it's easy to forget some of the basics. In particular, many people quickly forget how to properly and safely use jumper cables. At most most of us will only need to use them once in any given handful of years. That's just enough time for anyone to get a little fuzzy on the details. So, how should one properly use jumper cables?

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Insuring Your Motorcycle: FAQs for Canadians on Two Wheels

Worcester Sidecar

The wind in your hair. The sunshine on your face. The freedom of the open road. There are few things as awesome as cruising down a straight stretch of road, taking your chances on twists and turns, and feeling the wind brush by your legs. It's just you and the bike - and the insurance company. Yuck. Most people hate to think about insurance, but it's something you need if you're going to enjoy riding. Fortunately, you don't have to pay an arm and a leg for coverage.

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5 Steps for Shopping for a Motorcycle Cargo Trailer

Motorcycle Trailer Couple

If you are a first-time buyer, a look at the hundreds of motorcycle trailer models on the market is likely to make your head spin. How large a model should you buy? What kind of construction makes for the best trailering experience? Is a trailer likely to catch the wind and slow you down? These are all valid questions. Here’s a quick rundown of the five most important points to keep in mind while looking through trailers for sale.

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How to Clean Your Motorbike and Biker Gear: Tips You Need To Know

Royal Enfield on a dirty road

If you're a motorcycle fanatic, your bike and biker gears hold a special place in your heart, The relationship is more than just cozy. Most individuals tend to spend immense time cleaning their bike and biker gear to ensure that they not only sparkle but you can also rock in the streets. Certainly, cleaning your motorbike can be very challenging especially if you're not sure of what to do or what not to do. To ensure that you clean your bike and biker gear effectively, there are up to 10 handy tips vital for motorcycling cleanliness.

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How Do Reflective Signs Work?

610 Reflective Sign

Have you noticed how popular reflective signs are? All types of industry use them from construction to road traffic safety, and these days we tend to take them for granted. However, have you ever actually wondered how they work? The most common perception is they use mirror type technology, but that’s not the case especially where road safety is concerned.

You see if you were to use mirror type technology you wouldn’t actually see the image of a road sign reflect back at you, and that certainly wouldn’t help in terms of safety! In the following few words, we aim to explain in simple terms how different types of reflective signs work.

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