Tag: buyer’s guide
Many riders want to “buy American” when it comes to motor vehicles, but that can be difficult when selecting an ATV.
Harley-Davidson is one of the most popular motorcycle brands in the country, and many riders love to be able to customize their Harleys.
If you’ve ever ridden a motorcycle, you know how loud it can get, even if your motorcycle helmet blocks out a significant amount of wind. Some helmets do a better job of keeping things quiet on the road, but many riders choose to wear earplugs as well. Motorcyclist Online reports that earplugs can be extremely [...]
We all have someone who’s hard to shop for. Let us help! Here’s your cut-and-paste gift list for Christmas. Or, if you need ideas for what to buy your uncle, brother, or motorcycling Mom, you can start shopping here. We’ve assembled a list of Holiday favorites for everyone on your list. Some can be stocking [...]
The ATV tires you thrashed all summer in the mud and rocks may work in some snow conditions. With snow, however, you can’t choose the conditions available – any more than you can choose your relatives. You get what you get, and hope it’s a smooth ride. Just like relatives, snow comes in many varieties [...]
Oh those seats. Everything on earth has at least one weakness. Superman has Kryptonite. UTVs have stock seats. Luckily, there are bolt-on solutions for the great majority of those weaknesses. Superman? Sorry, you’re on your own. Why You Need New Seats and Harnesses We know why UTV manufacturers equip these awesome vehicles with such seating. [...]
The start of sand season in Southern California is a big deal. Yes, we do know there is excellent sand dune riding in other places, and during other seasons. Little Sahara in Oklahoma packs in the people. Oregon’s coastal sand dunes, as well as Central Cal’s Oceano Dunes, offer pleasant summer duning. Choke Cherry Hill [...]
One of the more overlooked but critical components of motorcycle maintenance is the battery. Dedicated riders will pay plenty of attention to the engine and spend time modifying other parts of their bike, but it doesn’t mean anything if your bike is dead when you go to start it. Whether you’ve had your bike for [...]
When I was a kid, about eight years old, I put stickers on everything. In fact, there was a sticker factory about a mile from my house. My buddies and I would ravage through the company’s dumpster for any and every kind of sticker, to put on any and every thing we had. Doing so [...]
Start with this question: With what, or whom do you want to communicate? That sounds obvious, but when considering a “helmet communication” system, you need to give this some careful consideration. Complete this sentence – I want to: Listen to my iPod without those uncomfortable earbuds and the white cords dangling from my helmet. Hear [...]