Yup, this time the video intermission is of yours truly! In the past I’ve done written reviews of bikes (and don’t worry, there’s one of those coming up for the Scout in a few days), but thanks to the talents of my friends Aaron Schasse and Nathan May, I’ve also got a video of our adventure to share. Hope you …
First Look – Velomacchi Speedway Roll-Top BackpackView Post
Silence is Golden – Bike Review of the 2016 Zero FXSView Post
Bike Review – 2015 Indian ScoutView Post
About a week ago, I shared a trailer for a documentary of Erik Buell called the Ragged Edge. I was lucky enough to get a screener copy of this film, and wanted to share my thoughts on what is basically a modern tragedy.
Riding Impressions of the new Motus MSTView Post
As I explained in my review of the BoosterPlug, one of my complaints with the BMW K1200R is with the clutch feel. Even with the OEM adjustable levers, I felt that the engagement point was too far out, and the travel in the friction zone was rather abrupt. Here’s my attempt to resolve that.
I’ll say it…I think this bike is gorgeous. With that said, despite 3 weeks and 900 miles with the Honda NM4, I’m still not sure what I think of it.
Review of the Viking AXE Saddlebags for Sports Bikes by Gary Ng.
As a resident of sunny Los Angeles, I occasionally ride by a giant building next to the 405 with “EagleRider.com’ plastered on the side. I had heard about EagleRider before, but as I’ve never been much of a cruiser guy, I had always disregarded the company because I was under the impression that they only rented Harleys. Turns out I …
I should start this off by noting that I’m not much of a cruiser guy. But I’ve been very excited by the revival of Indian and the presence of a legitimate competitor to Harley-Davidson, so I figured it was time for me to finally get on one of Polaris’ new bikes for a little trip.
The most fun you can have with someone else’s bike…probably.
The Honda Grom has become quite the internet sensation – I feel like I’ve seen a tremendous amount of press on it, and owners are a passionate group who have created a loyal community (and amusing internet memes):
I couldn’t tell you exactly why, but whenever I see a motorcycle with a sidecar, I’m always hoping to see a dog inside of it. Even though I down have either of them, I love dogs and I love sidecars – they just seem like the perfect match. With that said, I wouldn’t know where to start if I wanted …
My trip to Alaska caused me to do something very, very rare in my life – I actually had to plan for something in advance. The horror! And while sites like ADVRider make it easier to prepare by giving you a peek at what other successful travelers have done, there was one aspect of my trip that I was concerned …