Women Riding Motorcycles
The motorcycle hobby or sport is not just for men. More and more women are taking up riding. This is fantastic, isn't…
Flash Your ECU
This article will explain more about upgrading your sportbike performance by modifying the OEM motorcycle computer…
Do You Want A Dual Sport Motorcycle Or A Street
I have ridden dirt bikes or dual sport motorcycles all my life. I really don't have an explanation why but every trip…
Sportbike Gear - More Than Just the Helmet
We know the importance of helmets already and most people that ride motorcycles are likely to wear them. However, how…
Motorcycle Steering Damper
This article will explain the motorcycle steering damper. This part is mispronounced and misunderstood. It's not a…
Fault Analysis Of Motorcycle Gear Damage
There are many kinds of motorcycle gear, such as master and driving gear, change gear, start gear, rear driving gear,…
Motorcycles Articles (163)
Sportster Oil Leaks
Oil Leaking from Valve Covers You may have bought yourself a used Sportster, in great shape, but you eventually find that your Sportster has oil leaks from under the valve covers. Sometimes, these leaks become more pronounced because you have switched to synthetic oil which gets into the nooks and…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Aug 20, 2012  
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Ladies Motorcycle Half Helmets
Through my twenty some odd years of riding there's one thing that remains relatively constant, the clear and present annoyance of "helmet head"!. Even as a male motorcycle enthusiast I can appreciate the mental anguish experienced by most females and some of the guys, although we won't admit to it!,…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Jun 28, 2014  
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My Motorbike Honeymoon
Riding through a new country on a motorbike with nothing between you and the scenery is an amazing feeling. To be able to share that with someone is not always possible, but when you do get the chance, take it. I got that chance when my wife mentioned during the…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Dec 24, 2013  
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Do Police Chase Motorcycles?
Let me start by saying that you should NEVER under any circumstances try to run away from the police (hopefully this is obvious) and that this article is meant to answer a question that I hear from people all the time. I'm sure everyone has been curious at one point…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   May 09, 2012  
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Pro Scooter Parts: How to Make Your Scooter Unique
Building your own custom scooter using pro scooter parts can be a very gratifying experience. After all, now you have something that is suited to you and you alone. For that reason, you don’t want scooter to look or feel like just any other you can buy complete on the…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Jun 18, 2015  
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Glorious 70s Sports Mopeds
In the summer of 1978, the decade of the, glorious 70s sports mopeds, i was a fifteen year old teenager living in the small town of Kenilworth in central England and still at High School. A fairly typical youth of the day, possibly more of a rebel than most, but…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Feb 12, 2013  
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Sportbike Gear - More Than Just the Helmet
We know the importance of helmets already and most people that ride motorcycles are likely to wear them. However, how many times have you seen a rider go out for a casual cruise wearing a t-shirt, shorts, and flip flops? They still have the helmet on so it it's ok…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Apr 27, 2012  
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Do You Always Wear Your Motorcycle Gear When You Ride?
Since I got the GSXR750, I can honestly say that I ALWAYS wear my motorcycle gear. I do find I am more vigilant these days when operating a high performance motorbike! However, I do recall in my early years that I did not always wear my motorcycle gear when venturing…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Mar 05, 2014  
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All About Motorcycle Jackets
This is the 3rd article in the series of 6 of how to buy good motorcycle gear. Motorcycle Jackets. Where do we start? Well, if you ride a motorcycle on the dirt, you probably don't need a motorcycle jacket. You would be wearing a Jersey. Under the Jersey would be…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Jun 21, 2012  
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How to Warm Motorcycle Up In Hot Weather
In the hot summer, the temperature is generally more than 30 ℃. Due to the change of temperature, the heat dissipation performance of engine become worse, especially in the high-traffic areas of cities and towns, where motorcycle is often in a situation of starting and stopping. Working condition of motorcycle…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Aug 10, 2015  
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Which To Get: Motorcycle Or Scooter?
Motorcycles and scooters are common vehicles for people who don't want to get a car or can't afford one. Here are a few things to keep in mind when trying to determine which is best for your needs.Basically the rider is the determining factor in accident probability. If you have…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Nov 01, 2011  
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Fast Motorcycle Tires - Does it Come Down to More Than Motorcycle Tire Construction?
Since the invention of the rubber tire, manufacturers have literally been trying to "reinvent the wheel". Well thanks to technology they have been able to do so with increasing proficiency. Once upon a time "going fast" was reserved for race vehicles/teams or those owning high end vehicles (i.e. those with…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Aug 10, 2013  
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Three Braking Methods Of Motorcycle
There are generally three braking method: 1. Front and rear braking When you need to slow down the motorcycle during running, you need to hold the clutch handle and throttle back, at the same time step the brake pedal and hold the front brake handle. If the rear wheels tow…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Aug 25, 2015  
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Motorcycle Chain Drive Or Belt Drive
As we have already established, motorcycles come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and styles but they all have certain things in common. Aside from being two wheeled, obviously, they all use some time of drive system to deliver power to the large rear wheel. If you have ever…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   May 08, 2012  
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Taking Care Of Heavy Duty Mobility Scooters
Mobility scooter is a God-send for the elderly and the disabled community all over the world. It allows them to be on their own. The exciting thing about this device is that it is built to stand wear and tear to a great extent. Still, one cannot afford to neglect…
By:  in  Automotive  >  Motorcycles   Mar 19, 2015  
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Owning a motorcycle can be a thrilling experience. The joy of getting out there in the nice weather…
This is the 2nd Article in the series of Six about Buying Good Motorcycle Gear. Leather Motorcycle…
Your first motorcycle is an exciting milestone and one that you should acknowledge. You've gotten…
Does the thought of buying a used motorcycle give you nightmares? Well, maybe just anxiety… How…
What is the best first motorcycle for women? The answer is not so simple. Like motorcycles, women…
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