Unfortunately, bad advice spreads through the motorcycle world like an epidemic. Misinformation is a problem faced by a lot of passion-based niche groups and motorcyclists are definitely not immune to it. New riders soak up the bad info like bad ...Read More »
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly I tow motorcycles a lot, and in the world of motorcycle towing in Toronto, there’s good, bad, and ugly. I’d say 20% of us are good. We not only take pride in our ...Read More »
Alexis: Will it be easy for me to use my motorcycle riding experience and use it to learn to shift gears in cars? I’ve only been riding for a year and driving an automatic car for a year, so can you explain?Read More »
These top 4 motorcycle gear must-haves are designed to keep you safe, especially when you're a new rider just starting out. And new riders are exactly who this article is aimed at, so let's get started.Read More »
The short answer is, of course! A liquid cooled motorcycle engine works just fine in the winter! Just look at your car, or if you have one, a snowmobile. If both are fairly modern, they are definitely liquid cooled, and they definitely run in the winter. Here’s a little more info on how liquid cooled motorcycle engines run in the winter time.Read More »
Consider this your very own personal spring motorcycle to-do checklist. Follow these 5 simple maintenance suggestions and you'll be all ready to de-winterize your motorbike and get a nice smooth start to a sunny new season. Have a look!Read More »
User Submission: Al Wells shares his experience and offers advice on how to avoid road rage and traffic accidents.
Education is sometimes defined as a “planned experience, designed to bring about a change of behaviour.”
We are all teachers! Don't believe me? Check your self-talk the next time that idiot in the cage cuts you off! You will likely find yourself saying “I'll teach that ... .... a lesson” with some added colourful and graphic expletives that would make a sailor proud! Our imaginations then go into overtime to find some creative “plan of action” that will “bring about a change of behaviour” such as a heavy boot finding its way through the driver's side window.
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 »
Why is it that motorcycles run on gas, and not on diesel? Sure, we’ve seen some Diesel motorcycles in the past from Royal Enfield, and other more recent military motorcycle experiments. In most cases however, you’ll find that motorcycles are ...Read More »
Speed can mean many things when it comes to racing a motorcycle, and what one racer considers fast, another may feel is positively pedestrian compared to their chosen discipline. Regardless, one thing’s for sure: whether they’re racing across the desert, ...Read More »