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 »
This video covers how to test motorcycle turn signals, very similar to what we did last week with testing a motorcycle headlight. If your motorcycle turn signals are not flashing, this is a really quick way to determine if the problem is with your signals themselves, or with your wiring. This is also a great thing to do BEFORE you start installing motorcycle turn signals to make sure they aren't dead on arrival, and it's super easy to do!Read More »
For those wondering how to test a motorcycle headlight, this is the easy way to do it. It’s not just something you should be doing if your motorcycle headlight isn’t working, to test if the headlight is broken. This is ...Read More »
Wondering how to get a Daymaker-style LED headlight on your Harley-Davidson V-Rod? Or wondering how to upgrade the lighting on your V-Rod or upgrade the lighting on your Night Rod? Check out our video and step by step instructions!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 »
So, I finally had the “closure conversation” with my ex, that I probably should have had, literally, years ago, and… I knew it had been way too long, so I picked up the phone, and thankfully, she picked up. This is how it all went.Read More »
Sure, there are millions of roadside toolkits out there for sale. They range from the low-quality and bulky (think Harbor Freight) to the ultra-expensive and not quite applicable (think Sharper Image). Honestly, making your own roadside toolkit is the perfect DIY situation. ...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.
In December 2003, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) introduced new rules for motorcyclists to follow. These regulations established more stringent emission requirements for highway motorcycles. In this article, we’ll talk about what increasingly stringent EPA emissions requirements will mean ...Read More »
If you’re curious what life’s like when I’m not writing for YouMotorcycle, this is it. Welcome to my motovlog. For some, motorcycling is a method of transportation. It’s a way to get from Point A to Point B. For others, ...Read More »