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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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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 to Help Your Kids Stay Safe on Their Motorcycle – 5 Things To Do

Mother and Daughter Buying a Motorcycle

The words ‘I want to get a motorcycle’ probably strike fear in the hearts of parents everywhere, so many parents do not know what to do when their own child mutters those scary words. Yet motorcycles are not always as scary as they seem, and it is possible to grant your child’s wish to ride a motorcycle and still be a good parent. In fact, if you guide your child correctly, you can help them have plenty of fun on their bike whilst staying safe and being practical.

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How to Buy Motorcycle Boots?

“Can I ride my motorcycle in running shoes?” a voice asks. It’s a sunny afternoon and I’m at Toronto motorcycle dealership Studio Cycle Group. “You can ride in flip flops if you want to, but I wouldn’t recommend it.”

In the past year, two friends of mine have broken their feet in motorcycle accidents. Neither were wearing anything more than a sneaker. I listen quietly as Dave Heilman teaches a new rider about the differences between each motorcycle shoe and boot the store carries.

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