There is an old saying among riders, “keep the rubber side down”. Although there are many factors that help us do that, tires are a critical component of a motorcycle. Manufacturers spend a lot of time and science figuring out which tires to put on each of their models. Although
I love my modular helmet! After I purchased my first one in 2013 I will never go back to a regular full face. Granted, there are some positives and negatives to this type of helmet: Positives: 1: Provides the same protection from elements as a full-face while giving the convenience
No one likes to talk about fatalities. Nowadays it feels as though everyone you talk to has been, or knows someone who has been, affected by a motorcycle fatality. Our mission here at Utah Rider Education is to help reduce fatalities and crashes with education, however, with numbers that seem
Like most folks, when I thought of a Scooter I imagined the flip-flop beach-bum with the classic baby blue Vespa and the cute rounded headlight riding around with no helmet, salty hair, and not one care in the world. I used to see this image and figure there was obviously
Many of us live where riding year-round is not feasible. Snow, ice, and below freezing temperatures is not fun or safe on a motorcycle. So, if your bike will be stored for a couple of months there are some things you should do to make next spring “riding time” instead