Almost a decade after selling my Harley-Davidson Sportster, here are 10 things I still don't miss about that motorcycle.Read More »
The 10 things I loved and that I miss about my Harley-Davidson Sportster, since I sold it almost ten years ago. This isn't a Harley-Davidson Sportster review, but if you're considering buying one, you should still read this (or watch the video).Read More »
Motorcycles inspire feelings of nostalgia, sentimentality and freedom from the restrictions of a normal life. The decision to sell a motorcycle is a hard one, but sometimes it's necessary to take that next step. If you're going to part with your favorite machine, make sure you get a fair price for it. Here's how to sell a motorcycle for as much money as you can get for it.Read More »
We've all taken our motorcycle rider training. A weekend spent riding, sunshine, the wind at your face, it's your first taste of the open road and life on two wheels. The motorcycle course (or motorcycle safety foundation course) takes you from a complete noobie to, for all intents and purposes, a "motorcyclist", over the span of one weekend. The only problem is that there's only so much you learning you can fit in one weekend.
Here are the Top 10 Things the MSF Course Doesn't Teach You.
Over the years we’ve heard a lot of stories and ideas about how to stay safe on your bike and how to improve your experience. While there is plenty of factual basis behind some of them, there are a lot ...Read More »
Motorcycle stunt bikes are like an undead version of their former supersport selves. Mutated, mutilated, and deprecated, the stunt bike is sometimes a rattier version of what it used to be... other times, it's a much meaner, grittier, and sharper machine. The stunt bikes are as unique as their individual riders. The modifications are as bold as his or her's courage (and bank account) allow.
There are 10 key modifications stunters seem to agree on when it comes to what your bike needs to help you live up to your full potential, and we've got them here.
This winter I attended a motorcycle industry pub night. I had the pleasure of sharing tables with family-founded businesses such as KYMCO Canada and Motorcycle Mojo. I spoke with a Triumph marketer about MISSRIDER (once his band was done performing on stage, naturally). At the end of the night, CMG Online’s own Rob Harris and Brenda Cyr gave me a drive home.
Since 2007 I’ve been pushing for a stronger motorcycle riding community. Riders are the YOU in YouMotorcycle. At the pub night it struck me how tightly knit the motorcycle industry is in Canada. Everyone knows everyone. Who they work for may change but the faces stay the same. The industry is a small collection of circles. A passion for motorcycles alone won’t get you in, but you can get in. Here are 10 Ways YOU can Find a Job in the Motorcycle Industry.
You've heard all of the doom and gloom on the news: gas prices soaring, dwindling supply of fossil fuels, double dip recession, we're all feeling the pinch at the pump. Luckily for you, motorcycles can take you very far on very little gas, if you ride them the right way.
Here are 10 ways to get better gas mileage from your motorcycle and cover the most distance for your dollar.