Protect Your Motorcycle and Yourself From Theft

It’s what keeps motorcycle owners up at night - theft. The idea of having your bike stolen is heart wrenching. Not only would you miss riding the open road for a few months, but you’d lose the motorcycle you’ve invested so much into. The hassle and pain of reporting the theft only adds insult to [...]

Around the News – August 5 2016

  Here are five things that appeared this week in the clutter of information overload that I found worthy of sharing with our readers: A great response to the claim "I didn't see him" - Windsor Star On August 1, lane splitting in CA got one step closer to becoming legal - LaneSplittingIsLegal.com The Harley-Davidson [...]

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Around The News – July 1 2016

  Here are five things that appeared this week in the clutter of information overload that I found worthy of sharing with our readers: Let's here your thoughts about these 11 "myths" of riding - Motorcycle Cruiser Blog Triumph increased sales 31% over the same period, taking the lead in US markets for European cycles [...]

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Early Spring Commuting Does Have Its Drawbacks – But It’s Worth It

Climbing on my bike in the early weeks of spring is something I look forward to every year. It’s nice to get out and do some riding after a long winter of sitting around waiting for the weather to break. If you’re like me and you have a busy lifestyle, you might find yourself doing most of your two-wheel riding in your commute to and from work.

Unfortunately, the change to spring weather can bring a whole new set of problems to that morning ride. My day usually starts at 6 a.m., so when I get on the road, I find myself confronted by quite a few challenges. For one … Continue Reading

Stay Safe! Sign Up Now for This Popular Bike Forum

At one point or another, all motorcycle riders experience genuine concern for their own safety on the roadway. It’s the nature of the beast that the potential for real tragedy is just an intersection away.

Maybe it’s an inattentive four-wheeler chitchatting on his cell phone while merging into your lane, or some other idiot who pulls out in front of you. Maybe your quick reaction time has averted a disaster so far. But nothing gets your heart rate up and your serenity down faster than a near mishap on the highway.

Because biking isn’t table tennis. It’s a dangerous undertaking. That’s why the Iowa Traffic Safety Alliance is sponsoring its … Continue Reading