I do and this is the one…cheap and works…as the weather warms up just like in the cold…when I wear heated gloves and a liner I try to stay cool in the summer. Makes for riding pleasure. I will bring my cooling vest as well as heated liner and gloves on my month-long x country trip. You never know what weather you might hit in any season so I like to be prepared.
Whether you search advgrrls or advgrrl you should land here. The OFFICIAL NEW address of this blog is advgrrl.com.
ENJOY ALASKA IF YOU ARE GOING IN 2014! Continue reading
I will be announcing a new blog domain and logo soon. All about new beginnings and carrying on with my own adventures! Thanks to everyone in the 207 countries that follow this blog of mine….it is humbling that so many, over 1.3 million have stopped by to either check out the posts and leave such insightful comments.
I love this virtual community and enjoy watching where you all are from around the world. Again, thank you for hanging in there during my transition from being 2 to 1.
By Blake Bos
February 16, 2014
As of the most recent report by the Department of Transportation, there were 8,410,255 motorcycles registered in the United States by private citizens and commercial organizations in 2011. To put this staggering number into perceptive, out of every 36 people you meet in the U.S., one of them probably has a motorcycle. For ranking purposes, we won’t be looking at total bikes in a state, but rather people per motorcycle (the lower the number, the more common bikes are). So what states in America have the most die-hard moto-enthusiasts?
3. Our liberties we prize and our rights we will maintain — Iowa
I love RideApart and their great articles we all can learn from….please visit their web site there is so much to read and learn about….
There you are, riding along, not a care in the world, when your bike starts feeling funny. What does it mean? Here’s what common bike breakdowns feel like. Continue reading
Read the original article at RoadRUNNER
RR: What first interested you in riding motorcycles? Continue reading
Thanks George as always for sending me this link…interesting review, seems pretty honest to me.
Suzuki’s new adventure-tourer is good but feels more the product of sales strategy than any desire to outclass the competition
by Steve Farrell
Great video, great advertisement for Aether Gear…nice gear BTW…
We’ve been a big fan of Aether’s jackets ever since they came on our radar. Why? Because they push function and aesthetics equally and do it better than almost anyone else in the gear business. We also love a good riding video as much as anyone else, and Aether really did this one right. Continue reading
2014 Honda VFR800 Continue reading
For your viewing pleasure. Go WIDE screen, sit back and enjoy this really amazing video! ;-)
from Chris Hollis
‘A Day at Home’.
A digital short showcasing Chris Hollis enjoying some downtime and
a free-ride through the outskirts of his hometown, Port Macquarie NSW Australia.
At 29, Hollis has established himself as one of Australia’s most prominent
Off-Road motorcycle racers. His unique blend of smooth-lines and
calculated-speed make him a favourite to watch, both in and out of the competitive arena.
“A Day at Home” 2013.
Filmed & Edited: Shane Fletcher
Additional Camera Operator: Lee Kelly
Music: M83 “We Own The Sky”.
Pretty good article written by a woman who rides as a passenger…
When Wes isn’t cuddling Sean on a motorcycle, it’s my job. I recently putted a Honda Shadow around a parking lot at the veterans’ center long enough for the nice folks at the MSF to declare me fit to pilot a motorbike, but that hasn’t stopped me from riding as a passenger as often as I can. T Continue reading
Not sure how “scientific” this study was but I believe it’s common sense that females are happy when riding…are they more “fulfilled” than women who don’t ride…again not sure how surveying 1000+ riders and non riders proves anything but good on Harley for planting the seed.
Not only is Jeremy the owner of AltRider but he is one hell of a rider. Watch this video and see the new WC BMW 1200 take a tumble but more importantly see how the new crash bars AltRider has developed for this bike protects the fairing. So….Jeremy and Erik where are the uppers for the F800 crash bars? ;-)