By Evans Brasfield Changing a motorcycle chain is a relatively easy job for even the most inexperienced mechanic. Back in the old days, you needed little more than a hacksaw, a pair of vise grips and a correctly sized chain. Many beginning mechanics installed their first replacement chain in this manner. However, times have changed, and riveting master links, rather than clip connectors, are the standard. So, while the process is still fairly simple, you will need a specialized tool (or a friend that has one).
Harley-Davidson LiveWire Sets Speed Records at Lucas Oil RacewaySeptember 17, 2020
By Wade Thiel World-Record-Breaking Runs On September 4, Angelle Sampey piloted the Harley-Davidson LiveWire at the drag strip. She managed to sell all-new records for elapsed time and top speed by a production electric motorcycle. She was able to cover the eighth-mile strip in 7.017 seconds and the full quarter-mile course in just 11.156 seconds …
Video: Simon Crafar Talks Helmet TechSeptember 17, 2020
By Chase Hadden Moto GP Commentator and 1998 British Grand Prix 500cc race winner Simon Crafar takes us through every little detail regarding the safety of a MotoGP Helmet. On this weeks installation of MotoGP’s “Tech Talk”, Simon is on the Arai Grand Prix helmet service truck to give us a detailed look into the …
AUBUS GRANIT™ Detecto 8070 SmartX Disk LockSeptember 17, 2020
By Chase Hadden Just When you Thought Disk Locks Couldn’t Get Smarter, The ABUS GRANIT Launches into the North American Market. Personally, I’ve been looking for a new disk lock after my cheapo $50 amazon lock kicked the can. I had to take an angle grinder to get the thing off – but that’s a …