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.Read More »
Just as Winter eventually loosens its icy grip on Spring, and Summer eventually makes way for crisp Fall days, there is a subtle and slow shift occurring in the motorcycle world – in North America at least. We ‘Americans’ have ...Read More »
A look at the ten 10 fastest motorcycles in the world.Read More »
Thinking of planning a motorcycle trip? Here's some advice from Happy Gilmore. He's no world traveler, but he's gone on more than a few thousand mile rides and when he's on his meds his advice on motorcycles is second to none.Read More »
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.
In a past life I had the opportunity to interview Sabina Heilman, Director of Finance & Communication at KYMCO Canada. Ms. Heilman was on the road, visiting KYMCO dealers across la belle province. She's in a position that's all too uncommon in the power sports industry: a woman with an upper management level position.
I asked her questions about her thoughts on riding and on her experience as a female director in the motorcycle industry. As we cruised down the road listening to the tunes of 97.3 FM, Quebec's Worst Radio Station, the conversation went a little like this...
YouMotorcycle is a lifestyle motorcycle blog. If you can't figure out what that means, maybe this snazzy video will help.Read More »
Every motorcycle business has something special about it. From the ill-fated motorcycle dealership that would publicly post their customer complaints online along with their own nasty retorts, to the successful dealership with a mechanic who's been working on motorcycles since the 1980s. There's something a little special about the motorcycle industry. Today I came across a tool that really benefits motorcycle dealerships and garages in the service they offer customers. This post shares details about the product, reflects on how far things have come, and shares funny stories from along the way.Read More »
Jess Gardiner turned 20 years old this past March. She’s far from your typical young female motorcyclist. Jess is a full time dump truck driver in addition to her pursuit of the World Championships where she finished in the top ...Read More »
We get up close and personal with Florida motorcyclist and alternative model Freyja Van Siren. In this little game of 21 questions Freyja talks about the model life, growing up around bikes, and her favorite rides.Read More »