5 Tips On How To Winterize Your Motorcycle

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For many motorcycle riders, winter is just around the corner, which means it’s sadly time to put your favorite ride away. Before you do so, taking the right winterization steps will ensure you that your bike will be up and running the second the snow melts in spring. Taking your motorcycle to a shop for […]

Report: Q3 Motorcycle Sales See Healthy Increases Across The Market

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Some of the major motorcycle manufacturers reported significant growth in the third quarter of 2014. In addition, overall motorcycle sales saw a spike in the third quarter as well. According to the Motorcycle Industry Council, motorcycle sales increased by 2.4 percent through the first three quarters of the year. When compared to 2013, this year’s […]

Electric Bikes To Take Off In US

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A new trend is starting to take shape in the United States, with electric bikes becoming¬†increasingly common, according to Ecomento. Though electric vehicles have been popular overseas for years now, a push by Harley-Davidson is bringing the electric craze to North America as well. Sales of higher-end products from manufacturers like Brammo and Zero Motorcycles […]

AMA Encourages Motorcycle Lane-Splitting After Study Shows Benefits

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New studies highlighted by the American Motorcyclist Association have been released exploring the statistics on motorcycle riders performing lane-splitting in California. Lane-splitting, also known as filtering, is when a motorcycle moves between traffic and driving lanes, which the AMA said is a “relatively safe maneuver” when drivers in the lane and the motorcyclist know the […]

Motorcycle Helmets Improve Survival Chances By 29 Percent

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GEICO insurance has highlighted statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration show that people wearing a motorcycle helmet have an increased chance of surviving a motorcycle crash, a full 29 percent better chance than those who ride without wearing a helmet. Currently, there are only 19 states in the nation that require all motorcycle […]

Election Day Brings The Opportunity To Vote Like A Motorcyclist

AMA Vote Like A Motorcyclist 2014

With Election Day less than a week away, the American Motorcyclist Association is urging everyone to “Vote Like A Motorcyclist” this year. “Elections are the voting public’s opportunity to select their leaders — leaders who will make laws that may expand or limit the riding community’s freedoms for years to come,” said Wayne Allard, AMA […]

Philadelphia Has The Most Bike Thefts

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If you’re looking to move to Philadelphia, you might want to think again if you’re a biker. Police Department data in the city states that bicycle theft is on the rise, according to Philadelphia Magazine. In 2011 there were 1,849 bikes stolen. In two years that number rose to 2,122. Projections for 2014 are expected […]

California Studies Highlight Advantages Of Responsible Lane Splitting

Lane Splitting in traffic

Riding a motorcycle between two lanes of stopped or slowly moving traffic — a tactic known as lane splitting — is a relatively safe maneuver when both the motorcyclist and nearby drivers know the law and adhere to “safe and prudent” practices, according to two California studies released this week. One report is a crash […]

Lower Gas Prices Means More Bang For Your Buck

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The average cost of gas in the U.S. has dropped to a new low, that hasn’t been seen in over several years, according to the American Automobile Association. The national average, as of Oct 20, stood at $3.10 – the lowest price since February 1, 2011. In some areas of the country gas has fallen […]

AMA Warns CDC Focus on Ebola, Allocate Funds Towards Disease, Not Motorcycle Helmets

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With Ebola on American soil and one U.S. child lost to the enterovirus, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control is trotting out its tired old arguments that it needs more money to respond to such crises, but the American Motorcyclist Association believes the CDC’s problem is misallocation, not insufficient funds. “Instead of focusing on infectious […]