If your motorcycle doesn’t have a tool kit, it should. And here are some of the tools that should be in it.
All you need to know to be a YouTube hero! Well, a good start, anyway.
So you’re looking at a new-to-you used motorcycle? Beware, there are a lot of potentail monsters that can make your latest purchase into a money-pit nightmare! Thankfully there’s the CMG Used Bike Buyers Guide to guide you around any potential mishaps on the road to used bike nirvana.
We may be jumping the gun a little, but after last week’s tips for your bike, here are a few for you.
Save money while riding safe with a few helpful tips.
Firstly, we need to get one thing straight – we are not condoning reckless riding, inappropriate speeding, dangerous riding, stunts or any other manifestation of potentially unsafe road behaviour – it’s not big and most certainly not clever.
My right hand instinctively tugs on the brake lever producing a pronounced plunge in the front-end of the Caponord. Speed is shed at a rapid rate. Too late, the cherries are lit and spinning and seconds later I’m pulled over on the shoulder of Hwy 12, with one of New York State’s finest pulling up behind me.