• Viking Apex 40L ADV Touring Tail Bag Review

    Viking Apex ADV Touring Duffel Bag Review

    We are excited to be working with Viking Bags to try out their Viking Apex Large Ducati ADV Touring 40L Duffel Bag. It’s a 2400 cubic inch luggage made of ballistic nylon and 100% waterproof TPU fabric. It has two roll-top openings, MOLLE webbing, mesh pocket, cylindrical pocket, and a detachable water-resistant pocket. Be sure to check back as we ...
  • 10 Motorcycle Items I Can't Live Without

    Ten Motorcycle Things I Can’t Live Without

    I just learned something, and I’m having a hard time wrapping my brain around this. Did you know that for some people, motorcycles are just a phase. I just don’t get it. Does it make any sense to you? Well, for the for the rest of us, those of us for whom riding a motorcycle is as embedded in our ...
  • Moto Lift ML-12 Motorcycle Table

    Moto Lift ML-12 Motorcycle Lift Review

    Forget the days of jury-rigging projects with duct tape and hope. Today’s consumers are embracing professional-grade tools for everything from home improvement to creative pursuits. These tools not only streamline the process, making tasks less time-consuming and frustrating, but they also unlock a level of quality that was previously reserved for the pros. Whether it’s a precision miter saw for ...
  • motorcycle couple riding together

    Ensure a Smooth Ride With A Buddy/Spouse

    Motorcycling is an individual sport, often done collectively.  A lot of us enjoy the camaraderie riding with pals, but sharing that experience poses a whole new batch of challenges.   Riding alone, it’s easy to just want to push to the next town two-hours away, or wake up before the sun is over the horizon and ride an hour to breakfast, ...
  • Motorcycle hitting a perfect apex

    Why Street Riders Need This Track School

    Street riders sometimes think that a track-based riding school wouldn’t be applicable to them, and in many cases, they are correct. But after taking the online Champ U online courses, I suspected that the Yamaha Champions Riding School might be different. So we made our way to Inde Motorsports Ranch to see for ourselves. In this video, I’ll discuss why ...
  • riding motorcycling during fall colors

    I Was Wrong

    What I learned from Champ U One of the frustrations with what I try to do is some people criticize or dismiss a life saving technique, saying it’s not applicable to them because it’s a “race track technique”  What if I told you, that by implementing some race-track techniques, you could keep riding the exact same speed you are riding ...
  • innovv k5 motorcycle dashcam

    Innovv K5 Installation and Review

    Dashcam’s are cars have basically become a necessity for many drivers largely because they help cut down on insurance fraud. But when it comes to motorcycles, a lot of riders tend to ride with a simple GoPro. But a company called Innovv has been working to change that. Their Innovv K5 dashcam features front and rear cameras, microphone, 5HZ GPS ...
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    Gift Ideas for Motorcycle Riders Starting at $10

    Before getting started we should quickly mention what not to buy the motorcyclist in your life.  Avoid buying them oil, tires, chain lube, helmets, visors, gloves or any riding gear as a general rule.  We, motorcyclists, are incredibly fickle about such things so unless you know exactly the size and type of kit they want, don’t do it. Fit is ...
  • NCY Rear Shock Review

    Yamaha Zuma NCY Rear Shock Review

    The Yamaha Zuma YW50 2-stroke scooter has always brought me a lot of joy and has been the subject of a lot of upgrades, some for performance and some that I thought were funny. But one thing I’ve never been able to solve was a reasonably priced option to upgrade the rear shock and one that actually works. Freaking scooters ...
  • Tools you need for your motorcycle

    Tools You Need for your Motorcycle

    Even if you are not really into working on your bike, every rider should know how to do a few fundamental tasks. Stick around we are going to show you a few things we’ve found over the years that make these basic tasks easier. Every rider should know how to check tire pressure, lube a chain, adjust a chain, remove ...