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 »
When the sun begins shining daily in the spring and flowers are blooming along the roadways, it seems natural to drift away into thoughts of buying a new, or even used, motorcycle to complete the joy of the arrival of ...Read More »
We all know that motorcycle rides are good for the soul. After spending a few hours swooping around your favourite motorcycle roads, you’re an entirely new person. Your problems are smaller, your grin is broader, and all is right with ...Read More »
Which Harley-Davidson is right for you? There’s a notion in the Harley-Davidson world. The four distinct families of Harley-Davidson can be classified as Miatas, Corvettes, Cadillacs, or SUVs. A lot of first-timers will be intimidated when walking into a dealership. How ...Read More »
“When is the best time to buy a motorcycle?” – it’s a question I get, a lot. After working for a number of years in and out of motorcycle industry, it makes sense my friends would ask me. So let me ...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.
“What are the best websites for motorcyclists?” she asked me. She had been bitten by the bug. The bug that turns the average human into a motorcycle-obsessed freak, looking to learn as much valuable information about motorcycling as she could, ...Read More »