I’m in the Las Vegas area, so this post is based on that, but you can substitute the local spots for whatever you have around you. Local places are usually better, as you’re able to try things on and get help without having to ship things and wait. Wherever you get it, make sure you get what you want, and most importantly, make sure it fits. (more…)
Exciting! You’ve decided to get a bike and change your life. Bike shopping can be really fun. This is also sort of a complicated process. If you’re brand new to riding, chances are pretty good you know what you want in your head. You have a certain type of bike that you think looks good. Please, if you’re thinking about buying a bike based on looks alone, take an extra week or two, do some test rides and other stuff I listed below, and make a better-informed decision. (more…)
YouTube is an awesome place to learn from. In recent years there has been a lot of great content created there, with some real smart people jumping into the site. There are a lot of things that can’t be conveyed well in any format other than video. You have to be careful though, as anyone can put things on the internet; as always, it’s best not to follow and take advice from only one place. Subscribe to these dudes below, check back every couple days and learn some new stuff. (more…)
I’m going to start writing a few articles/posts to try to help people that are just coming into motorcycling. I think there’s a lot of questions that new folks have, and some of those answers are not easy to find. These are only going to be my opinion of course, but there’s a lot of things around bikes that are simply that. Most of this won’t be stuff that’s new to anyone that’s been on two wheels for a while, but hopefully it will save new guys some time, money, or accidents.