- January 10, 2018
Truthfully, writing a guide to choosing the right tire for your bike is difficult – do you have a dirt bike that runs knobbly tires at low pressures or a high-performance missile that uses semi-slicks and multi-compounds?
The one common thread that runs between all bikes is choosing right – a motorcycle has a tiny contact patch, the only thing between you being safe or eating tarmac is choosing just how that contact patch behaves or indeed … ‘contacts’ the road – no Ditchfinder™ tire should ever find its way onto your bike if you have any sense.… Read more
- January 4, 2018
As with all vehicles, it’s important for motorcycles to have brakes in top condition in order to prevent accidents. Below are the three main considerations when it comes to motorcycle brakes, and tips on keeping your motorcycle brakes in top shape.
Bleeding the brakes every two to three years:
If you don’t know what “bleeding your brakes” means, here’s a great brake-bleeding guide.… Read more
- November 2, 2016
Riding a motorcycle is, without a doubt, one of the most fantastic ways of travel in the world. Unfortunately, with motorcycle ownership and the thrill of the ride also comes a major negative aspect. Thieves. Bike thieves work diligently to grab the bikes they like and the ones they know will make them the most money on the streets and if you want to prevent them from stealing yours, you can do a few things to help deter thieves from implementing ways to take your bike once they spot it.… Read more
Something about turning left just ain’t right. Left turn collisions are among one of the most common traffic collisions out there (simply reverse directions if your location on the world map sees you driving on the left side of the road).… Read more
Getting hit from behind is probably one of the most annoying things that can happen out on the road. On a motorcycle, however, it can be deadly. Avoiding this simple type of collision is important, but much more crucial if you are on a motorcycle.… Read more