Easy Tips To Changing Your Motorcycle’s Oil

Oil Change Supplies

As a motorcyclist, if you didn’t change your oil before the winter, it might be time to do so in early spring. Just like a car, oil maintenance is an essential part to keep your motorcycle running smoothly. While a car’s oil changing guide is every 3,000 miles or four months (whichever comes first), for […]

Motorcycle Riders Beware! Possible Sabotage on Glendora Mountain Road


Is someone intentionally pouring motor oil onto the roadway of one of Southern California’s highly popular motorcycling spots? There are two videos on YouTube suggesting so and the situation has caught the interest of the California Highway Patrol. A video posted to YouTube on March 8th, by guser210, shows several spots in which it appears […]

Helmet Review: AGV AX-8 EVO Naked Helmet

Touring Bike on Curve

AGV has been a powerhouse in the motorcycle helmet industry for years and they constantly update their older helmets to meet riders’ growing needs. Recently, AGV released the AX-8 EVO Naked Helmet to give riders a dirt bike terrain helmet, but also a piece of equipment that could be worn by any type of rider. […]

Modular Versus Full-Face Helmets: Which One Is Right For You

Modular vs Full-Face Helmets

Your helmet is one of the most important pieces of equipment to keep you safe on your motorcycle, and that’s why helmet manufacturers provide various options to fit your specific comfort needs. While there are several types of helmets, they are not all created with the same intentions, and that even goes for the level of […]

AMA Officials Support Both Oregon And Washington Lane-Splitting Bills

Lane Splitting in traffic

Lane-splitting for motorcycle riders has long been a debate among many state transportation and safety departments. According to Rider Magazine, the American Motorcyclist Association recently announced it would support the lane-splitting legislation, which is currently being debated in Oregon and Washington. The two states are strongly considering allowing motorcyclists to maneuver between cars while on […]

5 Things To Check On Your Motorcycle Before You Ride This Spring


Getting your bike out of winter storage is possibly one of the greatest feelings in the world. However, that good feeling can turn sour in a heartbeat if you don’t inspect your ride before immediately hitting the road. While it’s hard to hold back from simply hopping on and taking off at the first sign […]

Baby Boomer Generation Embracing Motorcycle Culture

2015 Indian Roadmaster Action

It’s a common misconception that most motorcyclists are speed-loving riders, but in fact, the U.S. motorcycle industry is primarily made up of baby boomer riders in their 40s, 50s and 60s. The baby boomer generation is a lot wealthier than what cult-classic biker movies of the 60s and 70s made motorcyclists appear to be. Many in […]

Important Safety Tips To Follow Before New Riders Become Road Warriors

Handlebar View

You just got your first motorcycle and even just passed the motorcycle driver’s license test, so maybe you think you’re ready for the road. However, before you take off on the open road, you need to consider some extremely vital things that might have not been discussed in your training. While owning and riding a […]

5 Tips To Follow When Moving Your Motorcycle Across The Country

Open Road

For some the idea of 1,000 mile Iron Butt ride doesn’t sound appealing, and maybe you don’t have the luxury of a leisurely ride across country. If you have a new job opportunity or simply decided to move across the country on a whim, bringing your motorcycle with you can be a stressful ordeal for […]

5 Reasons Why Storing Your Motorcycle Indoors Is The Smartest Choice


If you want your motorcycle to last for years to come, you have to take care of it and keep it away from harsh outdoor environments. Not all riders are able to store their motorcycles in a garage or storage space, but making the decision to move indoors could be the best idea. Here are […]