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Report: Electric Motorcycles Gaining Popularity

2012 Zero DS - Electric Motor

In the world of motorcycle manufacturing, like any industry, bike producers are scrambling to meet the needs of a younger generation and more importantly, Millennials. Providing a motorcycle that fits with everything a younger person would want in a motorcycle is no easy task, but the transition is starting to show that electric motorcycles could be […]

Arai RX-7V Helmet Continues To Impress With Slight Re-Designs

Arai RX-7V

For some of the most top of the line motorcycle helmets on the market, Arai continues to be a well known name. With newly evolved motorcycle helmets released from Arai, there are plenty of options for beginners to the most extreme motorcycle racing experts. Recently, Arai released its newest model, the RX-7V, which uses a […]

Beating The Heat While Riding This Summer

Cruiser Parked Under Sunset

The summer months bring on a lot of additional threats to motorcyclists that many riders are completely unaware of. For instance, the summer heat can cause serious dehydration for riders spending multiple hours on their bike in the sun. Additionally, riders can have overly-thick leathers, boots and gloves, which leads to more distractions from being […]

Preventing Motorcycle Theft: Part II

Motorcycle Lock

While it’s important to know the basics of who is most vulnerable for motorcycle theft and which locations and times see the highest number of crimes, it’s also critical to know what you can do to prevent it. Simply letting your motorcycle go unprotected without any additional locking mechanism or security feature is a recipe […]

Preventing Motorcycle Theft: Part I

Police car lights

Motorcycle theft is a serious issue in the U.S., and it’s always recommended to lock up your bike as much as possible when left unattended. According to a report by the National Insurance Crime Bureau, the summer months from June to September are highest times for motorcycle theft in the U.S. Additionally, July and August see the […]

Summer’s Almost Here: Do You Have The Right Gloves?

Vented Motorcycle Gloves

The temperature is getting much warmer for motorcycle riders on the East Coast and in the Midwest, which means more time out on the bike. With the temperature change, it’s important to adjust your riding gear to the different weather. One piece of motorcycle equipment that riders tend to avoid switching is their gloves. However, […]

How To Teach Motorcycle Riding Basics

New Rider

Do you have a friend or relative who constantly bugs you about your motorcycle and wishes he or she had one as well? The one thing that might be stopping them is your ability to teach them how to ride on their own. Motorcycle teaching takes a lot of responsibility, as those who learn from you will eventually take your knowledge […]

5 Things You Need To Know About Your Motorcycle Tires

Sport Bikes out at night

Most motorcyclists know their tires are an extremely important part of their ride, but how much do riders truly know? As a rider, you were most likely taught early to keep enough air in your tires and to inspect them before you take to the road. However, there’s a lot to know about motorcycle tires that […]

Staying Safe On Your Motorcycle With The Increased Holiday Traffic

Memorial Day Riders

Holiday traffic brings a plethora of additional risks for motorcyclists, and this year could be even worse. With gas prices reaching some of their lowest figures in years over the Memorial Day weekend, the amount of traffic is expected to be extremely high. According to estimations from the American Auto Association (AAA), more than 37.5 […]

5 Tips On How To Ride A Motorcycle In The Rain

Wet Motorcycle

While riding a motorcycle in the rain is never a good option, sometimes it’s the only one. The best advice you’ll ever have toward riding in wet conditions is to not do it at all. You put yourself in a dangerous position when you try to tackle slippery surfaces with just two wheels. Your balance […]