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Lady Bikers – A great helmet is your best accessory

By T on

Scorpion EXO-100 Tribal Black Medium Open Face Helmet is one of the most popular helmets according to my Ladies of Harley friends. The retractable face shied is perfect for riding casually riding beachside then drop it back down when you’re ready to hit the highway again… We highly suggest the motorcycle women in our lives …

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Deep Lube 2: It’ll Loosen Your Nuts

By Ken Aiken - the Gear Guy on

It’s easy to be excited by this product—if you’re a mechanic. Compared to the familiar product in the blue can, Deep Lube 2 has better penetration and greater lubrication properties. Furthermore, it contains no Teflon, silicon, graphite, fluorocarbons, or turpentine, which makes it suitable for applications above and beyond motorcycle maintenance. The base compound is …

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Nolan’s New N104 Modular Helmet

By ldidsbury on

                               Modular, or “flip-up,” helmets are essential for moto-photographers and simply convenient for most touring riders. Many, many years ago the only option was BMW’s Modular I, but since then I’ve owned a succession of this type of helmet and each has been an improvement over the previous one. This includes over a decade …

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Wraps of Hope and Savvy Threads Announces New Additions “Butterfly Collection” of Head Wraps, Head Bands and Woman’s Apparel

By John Dwyier on

Great Bend, KS – DesignWraps BrandsTM, the world leader in superior quality “Made in the U.S.A” headwear and woman’s apparel has announced new additions to the “Butterfly Collection” of their product line. Marketed under their Wraps of Hope and Savvy Threads brands, the “Butterfly Collection” consists of head wraps, head bands, riders’ beanies, woman’s tank tops …

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2012 Star Motorcycles, Capturing a lifestyle

By ldidsbury on

Star Motorcycles, a division of Yamaha Motors Corp. was created to distinguish Yamaha’s sport bikes from their fleet of cruisers in order to hone in to the needs and preferences of the vast cruiser market. Has this branding decision paid off? That question is still being determined. However, one thing is certain, the decision-makers at …