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Posted on 06. Dec, 2012 by Coach.
By Coach and Scooter Tramp Scotty Kerekes Do you know anyone who has experienced catastrophic bearing failure inside the primary chaincase of their 2007 or up Harley Davidson? Maybe they lost a clutch, transmission, or even engine crankcase bearing? Well I do. In fact this has happened to virtually everyone I know who owns […]
Posted on 23. May, 2012 by admin.
by Rob Lobitz, motorcyclehidxenonlights.com Whether you restore and ride classic or you are tearing up the pavement on the next year’s Ducati, there are a few upgrades that you should consider making for your motorcycles. From the headlights to the tires, tweak the performance of your bike to make sure you are getting the best […]
Posted on 30. Apr, 2012 by admin.
As you know, there is no better feeling than driving your motorcycle on the open road, feeling the wind in your hair, admiring the beautiful scenery and having a great time with your fellow bikers. If you have recently recruited a new member to your biking group, then it might be worth giving them a […]
Posted on 09. May, 2011 by admin.
Harley-Davidson Maintains That You Use Their “Genuine” Oil, yet Harley Davidson Doesn’t Even Make Their Own Oil. Learn The Facts About Harley-Davidson Oil in this Eye-Opening Article written by A.J. Amatuzio, President and CEO of AMSOIL INC. “A situation my daughter, Lyn, told me about recently got me to thinking about how good it is […]
Posted on 26. Apr, 2011 by admin.
Product Description AMSOIL INC. revolutionized the filtration industry with its introduction of AMSOIL Ea Air and Ea Oil Filters. For the first time exclusive nanofiber technology – the same technology used in the Abrams M1 tank and other heavy duty applications – was made available for automotive applications. Now, AMSOIL has made this outstanding new […]
Posted on 14. Nov, 2009 by Coach.
Anyone that has spent significant hours on their bike quickly realizes the need to “dial in” the comfort level of their bike. This is done in all manner of methods. Common methods include adding tour pegs, changing the handlebars, adding a custom seat or maybe just a backrest, and even altering the suspension height of […]
Posted on 07. Sep, 2009 by Coach.
As summer comes to an end, it is time to start taking inventory of our fall/winter riding gear and making sure that is still fits and is in good shape. Just my own gear, a broken zipper on my leather jacket, I need better winter riding boots, MUCH better winter riding gloves, and this year […]
Posted on 19. Aug, 2009 by Coach.
I arrived home from Sturgis to a large box sitting on my dining room table. “Cool!” Rocky Top Leather sent me a pair of Harley-Davidson Bandera boots. These boots have a western cut to them. I like a good western boot, especially when I am kicking it with friends on a night out or at […]
Posted on 28. Jul, 2009 by Coach.
For anyone that has ridden in urban or city environments (that should include just about all of us), we all know that the greatest danger to us while we are riding is from other drivers. Those people that believe they can talk on their cell phones, text message, read magazines, or just not pay attention […]
Posted on 16. Jul, 2009 by Coach.
Like many of us who ride baggers, I find myself at a crossroads between my desire to be comfortable on the road (especially roadtrips), and wanting my bike to keep that lean look that comes from a low, smoked windshield. I always ran a 6″ smoke windshield. And while it gave me the look that […]