Life Behind Bars: Choosing a Handlebar Style for Your Harley


The stock Harley-Davidson handlebars serve their function fairly well—to comfortably fit the “average” rider and help them safely and securely operate their motorcycle. The problem is however, not everyone is the “average” rider with average body dimensions. Some people have longer torsos while others have shorter arms. Some people may not be able leave their […]

RacerTV Premieres All-New Racer X News and Highlight Show


MORGANTOWN, W. Va. (June 24, 2014) – RacerTV, the West Virginia-based motorsports television production company, is pleased to announce the newest addition to its ever-expanding online broadcast network lineup on RacerTV.com. Premiering this Tuesday, June 24, The Racer X Show with Greg White, presented by Chaparral Motorsports, features news and highlights from the world of motocross, […]

Hold the Phone: Kuryakyn’s Motorcycle Handlebar iPhone Mount


When people think of cruising down the highway on their motorcycle they think of freedom; freedom to roam and freedom from the confinements of the office, home, or riding in a car. Usually the last thing most people want to look at or think about when on a motorcycle ride is text messages, tweets, Instagram […]

Power Up: Bikemaster 12-Volt Motorcycle Power Adapter and iPhone Charger


Motorcycle owners will often spend countless hours and hundreds if not thousands of dollars customizing their bike to make it look better, ride better, or be more comfortable. But sometimes it’s the simplest things that can make the biggest difference in the enjoyment and satisfaction you can get out of your motorcycle. One area that […]

Project LiveWire: Harley-Davidson’s first Electric Motorcycle


The motorcycle world woke up to a shock this morning as Harley-Davidson revealed its first ever electric motorcycle: Project LiveWire. On the heels of a banner year for pushing its boundaries with the launch of the Project Rushmore 2014 water-cooled Touring models and the first completely new model reveals in 13 years with the Street […]

Take a Motorcycle Ride with the World: Harley-Davidson’s World Ride Event June 22-23


A true motorcycle enthusiast never needs an excuse to go for a motorcycle ride, it’s just something they do. However, to be able to say that you participated in a World Ride and that your mileage from a two-day ride helped rack up millions of motorcycle miles across the globe would be pretty cool. Well, […]

Ride Safe: ATV Safety Week June 8th-15th


This summer, for one week, June 8-15, the ATV Safety Institute (ASI) will be rolling out ATV Safety Week throughout the country. The ASI is working with partners all across the country who have volunteered to provide free ATV RiderCourse training and other ATV Safety education opportunities to help educate ATV riders young and old […]

Ready for Battle: Street Bike Protective Gear Essentials


We’ve fully entered into the motorcycle riding season and with that comes an army of two-wheeled soldiers ready to battle against cagers for their fair share of paved turf. And with the evolution of motorcycle riding gear we’ve now entered a world where we can cover ourselves in protective wear like futuristic bio-mechanical robots. From […]

Ride in Comfort: How to Measure Yourself for the Correct Motorcycle Jacket Size

Joe Rocket Resistor Vented Jacket

If you’re just getting into motorcycle riding you’re probably on a quest to find all the right gear that not only looks good, but suits your riding style, and fits comfortably. While picking motorcycle gear based on looks and riding style are somewhat subjective, finding gear you feel comfortable and safe in is easier to […]

Wheeling into May: Celebrating Spring on Two Wheels


The month of May is all about making two-wheeled transportation a safer and more widespread activity across the nation. If you’re into traveling by motorcycle or bicycle May is your month to take pride in your ride and help others become cognizant of the health, economic, and environmental benefits motorcycling and bicycling can bring. It’s […]