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Best Urban Motorcycle Gear ’19

Posted on 19 Apr 2019 in Powersports | 0 comments

Motorcycle riding apparel has come a long way over the years, and it has developed into highly specialized equipment. It is safer, more durable, and more streamlined than ever before. But, despite the indisputable benefits, wearing all of that gear on a short ride can feel excessive. Besides, you don’t always want to look like you just left the track. If you are looking for some motorcycle apparel that will look great on AND off your bike, and function well too, you are in the right place. We’ve spent some time mulling it over, and we’ve pulled all of our favorite urban riding gear into one neat little article. This is the the kind of clothing that will look great before, during, and after your next ride. […]

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How To Regear Your Motorcycle, And Why You Might Want To

Posted on 15 Apr 2019 in Powersports | 0 comments

Motorcycle regearing is a great way for riders to customize the performance of their ride. It’s relatively easy and it produces noticeable results that you can feel immediately! There are plenty of reasons that you might want to change the gearing of your bike. Maybe you want better acceleration while navigating the busy city streets. Maybe it’s better acceleration for a day at the track that you’re after. Or maybe you just want lower RPMs while riding at highway speeds. Whatever your reason might be, you are in the right place. We’d be happy to walk you through what regearing your bike actually does, and how to do it. What Does Regearing Your Motorcycle Actually Do? We’ll start with the basics. Regearing your motorcycle is the process […]

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Motorcycle Modifications To Accommodate A Shorter Rider

Posted on 09 Apr 2019 in Powersports | 0 comments

We know how it goes. You know what bike you wanted way before you ever tried it out. You saw it parked at the grocery store, you’ve heard it rumble past your house, and you fell for that bike head over heels. The engine, the chassis; the bike’s perfect. Then, when you went to test it before buying, you found that it was everything you hoped it would be. That is, except for the height. When you straddle the bike, your feet can’t quite touch the ground. You know it might be a bit of a problem, but, the heart wants what it wants, and you buy it anyways. And now, in your garage, you have the perfect bike for a person three inches taller than yourself. […]

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How To Break In Your Rebuilt Motorcycle Engine

Posted on 08 Apr 2019 in Powersports | 0 comments

Five minutes of searching the internet is enough time to see that breaking in engines is a hotly debated topic. Some say you need to, some say you don’t. Some say to do it at high RPMs, and some say at low. The safest advice anyone has given is to take it to a professional. And sure, you could take it in and have it done on a dyno, and sure, this is undoubtedly the safest option. But, if you rebuilt your own motorcycle engine, we have a feeling that you aren’t the kind of person to shirk away from this challenge. Besides, more money in your pocket means more money for goodies on your bike. So, for all of you weekend mechanics, we’ve taken it upon […]

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New Aftermarket Harley Parts For The 2019 Season

Posted on 02 Apr 2019 in Harley-Davidson, Powersports | 0 comments

As winter slowly releases its hold on the North, riders everywhere are eager to take their Harleys out of storage. While their bikes might have been deep in hibernation, the industry has been anything but! Manufacturers everywhere have continued to design innovative new products. If you are itching to undertake a little project before taking your bike out, or you just want to see some of the hot new parts that are now available for riders, you are in the right place. We have taken all of our favorite new Harley parts and accessories and compiled them right here. Go ahead and check them out!   V-Twin Manufacturing FLST Complete Front End Assembly When you took the cover off your Harley Softail, was it looking a little […]

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