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  • How Motorcycle Trailers Enhance the Riding Experience

    Kendon Offers Advice on How Motorcycle Trailers Enhance the Riding Experience Is it possible to ride less in order to ride more? How many great riding areas are out of reach to bikers today? Is there a solution? Kendon Industries president offers expert opinion for motorcyclists on how to reach n...
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  • Why Won't the Red Light Turn Green for Motorcycles?

    Why Won't the Traffic Lights Turn Green for Motorcycles? By: Mike Canchola, AMA,  KBA/KMA member and KY Transportation employee Have you ever sat at a red light, that will not turn green, with no other traffic around? Maybe the light is broke, but maybe it's not the lights fault...
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  • What Gives a Harley-Davidson Its Unique Sound

    There are a bunch of different engine sounds out there... cars, airplanes, boats, lawnmowers, motorcycles and more.  Motorcycle though are probably the most unique because virtually no two sound alike.  Not only does each style of motor have a distinct sound, but even identical motors are ...
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  • Motorcycle Wind Chill Chart

    Ever Wonder What The Temperature Is At Riding Speeds...    
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  • Motorcycle Accident Checklist

    IN CASE OF ACCIDENT … A CHECKLIST OF THINGS TO DO AFTER A MOTORCYCLE CRASH Call 911 For Police & Paramedics: Those who call the police to investigate an accident or crash typically obtain more information, including a crash report on record. Likewise, be sure to give all of your complaint...
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  • The Legend of the Ride Bell (Gremlin Bell)

    Sometimes called by different names Ride Bells, Guardian Bells, Gremlin Bells, Motorcycle Bells and others, the legend of the Bell attached to your motorcycle remains the same.  Though there are slight variations out there, this one seems to be the most common... THE LEGEND OF THE RIDE BELL ...
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  • The Biker - a must read for everyone that drives!

    The Biker When you see us moving past you quickly: Don't take offense or think we're trying to "show off". Ninety five percent of the time, we're trying to get out of your blind spot or taking ourselves out of a potential dangerous situation that has evolved around us. Dista...
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  • Riding a Motorcycle in the Rain

    Motorcycle Rain Riding For most motorcycle riders the first time riding in the rain is normally not intentional.  They takeoff on an all day ride when the sun is shining and by afternoon they realize they're going to get their first taste of wet asphalt, like it or not. Riding a motorcy...
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  • Motorcycle Hand Signals

    When riding with a group communications between riders can be difficult. The following is a list of hand signals for communicating between motorcyclists. Use them as you see fit. Note that they all require that you take a hand of foot off of the controls and this may not always be a good id...
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  • Motorcycle Camping - Tips, Equipment and Motorcycle Campgrounds

    This area is to help you with all of your motorcycle camping needs, including Planning Your Trip, Finding Motorcycle Friendly Campgrounds, and Finding Motorcycle Camping Equipment.  Motorcycle camping is one of the greatest ways to get out and enjoy this beautiful country of ours. Riding in th...
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