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 […]

2015 AMA Road Race Grand Championship To Be Held At Virginia International Raceway

2014 AMA Road Race Grand Championship

America’s Top Amateur Road Racers To Compete In The American Motorcyclist Association Road Race Grand Championship Sept. 19-20 In Alton, Va. In hopes of securing American Motorcyclist Association national No. 1 plates, amateur road racers will compete in the 2015 AMA Road Race Grand Championship at Virginia International Raceway in Alton, Va., on Sept. 19-20. […]

Some Auto Manufacturing Groups Want To Ban Home Vehicle Repairs And Modifications

Auto Mechanic

There’s no doubt that cars and motorcycles are both becoming more advanced than ever before. New technology helps car drivers with things like assisted parking, and soon, we could begin to see automated driving vehicles on the road more frequently. However, with all of this new technology invested into the auto industry, a new statement […]

Skully AR-1: Redefining Motorcycle Helmets

Skully AR-1 Helmet

While so-called smart helmets have been around for roughly a decade, in the last couple of years new technology has escalated the features of motorcycle helmets. According to many, the Skully AR-1 could possibly be the smartest and coolest motorcycle helmet ever created. The helmet’s release to the public is slowly getting closer with an expected date […]

American Motorcyclist Association Highlights May As Motorcycle Awareness Month

Motorcycle Safety

With the beginning of Motorcycle Awareness Month on May 1, the American Motorcyclist Association is issuing a special appeal to motorists to be aware of their driving environment, check mirrors and blind spots before changing lanes and, especially, to watch for motorcyclists. “The warmer weather in May brings out the riders who have been unable […]

American Motorcyclist Association Launches AMA Get Women Riding Campaign

Women cruising down road

With a series of videos, expanded online content and an event for new riders at its Ohio headquarters, the American Motorcyclist Association is launching the AMA Get Women Riding campaign. The program promotes motorcycling to women and girls. “Although motorcycling is a fun and accessible choice, riders must prepare with respect to proper training, safety […]

Oregon Could See Lane-Splitting Law In The Near Future

2014 Indian Chieftain In Action

For years, California has been the poster child of lane-splitting for motorcycles, and while it’s the only state that allows the maneuver, more could be joining the Golden State. In the past few months both Oregon and Washington state officials have been considering allowing lane-splitting on their state’s freeways and highways. Senate Bill 694 is […]