Women are no longer just hanging on to the guy driving the bike. Today, they’re discovering the fun of motorcycles on their own, and they want to outfit themselves for safety, comfort and fashion. So what do they need?
Hot weather is a blessing and a curse for motorcyclists. You can hit the open road virtually any time you'd like, but it's difficult to stay comfortable under the blazing sun. Here are some key items to help you avoid a sweltering journey.
If you're wondering if you need tire warmers for your motorcycle, there's just one question you should ask yourself: street or track? For one of these, tire warmers are an important piece of safety equipment. So which one is it?
The bottom line, when shopping for motorcycle tires and accessories, is to know your bike, know your style and know how to match these two with a tire type to boost safety, performance and comfort. So what are some of the different types of tires?
On one hand, it seems obvious that a little extra padding and the rigidity of a carbon-fiber rod here and there would do good things for you when bouncing along the pavement. But is full-on body armor really necessary for motorcyclists?
Often, riding a motorcycle comes down to physics. A frame slider can stretch out the time it takes for a collision to occur, spreading out the force of the impact by letting the bike slide to a more natural stop. So how can this help save your bike?
The fact that driving a motorcycle is more dangerous than driving a car is no news flash. What is newsworthy is that, increasingly, motorcyclists can do something about the dangers they face. How can body armor help keep them safe?