Tech Tips – You Deserve A Brake

A guide to choosing and installing new brake pads. You deserve a brake – and by that we mean a fully functioning brake system that will help keep you safe on the street or the dirt. In a rush to get out riding this spring, did you perform all the maintenance necessary? Keeping up a […]

Learn From the Pros: Clean Air In. More Power Out.

Learn From the Pros: Clean Air In. More Power Out.

An easy-to-follow guide to cleaning your air filter. A new air filter costs about $30. Cleaner and oil needed to maintain that filter will cost you a buck or two per use. A new engine will cost you about a grand. You decide. It’s not even just about the “insurance” aspects of a properly clean […]

What’s Really Important When Choosing a Tire

You may not have given your tires a second look when you bought your motorcycle. But your bike’s tires can make or ruin any single ride. The right tires will make you feel like a champ. And they’ll transport you safely and efficiently. Bad tires will leave you spinning your wheels. Or worse, they’ll put […]

75 Federal Lawmakers Now Support Kids Just Want to Ride Act

A bill that would exempt kids’ off-highway vehicles (OHVs) from a law that effectively bans their sale at the end of the year is gaining more support in Congress, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) reports. Seventy-five U.S. House members now support the bill — H.R. 412, the Kids Just Want to Ride Act, introduced by […]

U.S. Team Prepares for 2011 Trial des Nations in Italy

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), in partnership with the North American Trials Council (NATC), has announced the men’s and women’s teams for the 2011 Trial des Nations in Tolmezzo, Italy, on Sept. 18-19. The U.S. men’s team is composed of riders Keith Wineland from Fountain, Colo., Bryan Roper from Glendale, Ariz., Karl Davis Jr. from […]