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Should I Listen to Manufacturer Tire Advice?

BY: CHRIS COPE, Editor-at-large - Courtesy RideApart Ask RideApart: Should I Listen to Manufacturer Tire Advice? Dear RideApart – “I have a 2003 Kawasaki Voyager 1200. Kawasaki says not to use radial tires. Why is that?” – Larry – We like your style, La...

November 16th 2018

How to Prepare for Your Long Distance Motorcycle Ride

by Michael Padway Humans are competitive, and we like a challenge. Whether it’s mental or physical, we want to do what we believe can’t be done. Or at least done easily. If you’ve never ridden cross-country, see the sites, and find the best, hidden diners along the way, you&r...

July 23rd 2018

Motorcycle Safety Tips: How to Perform an Emergency Stop

Motorcycles are fun and fast, but bringing a bike to a stop quickly and efficiently is a skill that can save your life and prevent a crash.  BY SAM BENDALL   One incredibly important and life-saving skill on a motorcycle is learning how to properly and effectively bring your bike to a d...

May 16th 2018

Top 5 Tips To Improve Rider Visibility On The Street

Ride safer with these ways to be seen on the street. By Ken Condon Intersections are dangerous. The reason drivers collide with motorcycles is because they either don’t see us or they misjudge our approach speed or distance. Here are some tips to help you become more visible at intersec...

January 30th 2018

10 Biggest Dangers to Motorcyclists on the Road

Riding a motorcycle can be a lot of fun, but it’s also dangerous. A lot of it has to do with inexperience, but it’s not always inexperienced riders who end up in the hospital. Just last week, a friend of mine who has been riding for ten years without incident found out the hard way that ...

January 16th 2018

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