In many parts of the world helmets are optional. Unfortunately, not all of us have the freedom to choose whether or not we put on before going out for a ride. So if you’re going to have to wear one, ...Read More »
A 6 minute video review of the Yamaha Raider XV1900S. Yamaha's custom-inspired cruiser with a chopperesque attitude.Read More »
The Clandestine is a free biker TV show about a group of middle-aged working class motorcyclists who come together to form their own misfit motorcycle club.Read More »
I bet when you read the title you were expecting to read about bags, cargo nets, tie-down, and riding your motorcycle home with awkward weight distribution. You'll get none of that here. Sure. you can do a full week's groceries on a motorcycle, and I did that for years! This week I got lazy, or maybe just smart. You be the judge.Read More »
Book Review: TT Full Throttle Author: Nicole Winters Typically I’m the kind of guy that thinks if a novel is worth reading I’ll wait till it comes out in theaters, why spend days readying one book that you could just ...Read More »
There's a new player in the Sportster big bore game. S&S Cycle's new big bore Sportster conversion kit will bump up your 883cc up to 1,250.
They say half a foot of snow is falling today, and they aren’t talking about the stuff you smoke, snort, or shoot. Mother nature’s own genuine white wet fluff snow. On Saturdays like these there’s not much you want to ...Read More »
So you're looking for the best motorcycle apps for your iPhone, Android phone, tablet, or other gadget. Well aren't you fancy. Luckily, we are too, so here are our top 7 motorcycle apps for your mobile devices.Read More »
Viking Bags makes an exceptional large sissy bar bag. It works with or without a sissybar by mounting under your back seat, has huge hard shell 4080 cubic inch capacity. Motorcycle House sent me the bag for free in exchange for a fair and honest review of the bag, no asses kissed, no punches pulled, no holds barred. Here it is.Read More »
Special guest David G.'s review of his Hyosung GV-250 (a.k.a. Hyosung Aquila 250 Review)
Say you are between 5' - 6'4" tall and are at least 16 years old, but, probably less than 75, and, you either want to learn to ride, start riding again, or just need a dependable commuter bike to save gas money. The Hyosung V-Twin Aquila GV250 is the Leatherman, or, red Swiss Army knife, of motorcycles - you definitely need one. I promise, you'll definitely use one, and, for some unknown reason, you will love it beyond any of its specifications, as it's so much more than your "first real motorcycle" or your "getting back in the saddle, now that the kids are grown" motorcycle. Every errand is another reason to make use of it.