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Viking Bags – Storage options for your bike!

We took our fun bikes to Sturgis this year. No front fenders no windshields and no saddlebags. It’s always a challenge to carry a few items with you when you have no saddlebags. I bungee things to my handlebars and I shove what I can in my pockets but as I head out for the...
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Riding Belts

Riding Belts for Motorcycle Passengers

Riding Belts (Otherwise known as “Buddy Belts”) are growing in popularity. It might be due to the fact that younger children can not hang on tight to their parent’s waist or it might be to position the rider so that they are aerodynamically positioned to assist the driver of the motorcycle as they negotiate curves....
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Motorcyclist

Technology Changes Motorcycle Crash Outcomes

In the latest report released from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 4,668 motorcyclists were killed during 2013, a slight decrease from the previous year of 4,986 motorcycle deaths. Because there are more motorcyclists riding each year, this is a promising trend. Fortunately not every motorcycle accident results in a fatality, but according to...
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Warm motorcycle riding gear

Staying Warm in Cold Weather

  Author – Vicki Sanfelipo – Reprinted with permission from Allstate Rider News Staying warm when the weather gets cold can be a challenge for motorcyclists. We are not only dealing with the physical outdoor temperature but there is no getting away from the effects of wind chill, sunshine, and wet vs. dry weather. For...
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Motorcycle

Six Equals Zero

In winter of 2011 and of April 2013 I had the opportunity to introduce new ways of looking at motorcycle safety to over 800 people. One of those events was a motorcycle safety day at Eglin Airforce Base in Florida. My husband and I left Wisconsin on our bikes in the snow knowing that if...
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How to Commute on a Motorcycle in Safety and Style

Jamie Anderson Jamie is a freelance writer and editor from Oregon. So, you’re thinking about commuting to work on a motorcycle. It makes good sense – according to ridetowork.org, commutes go quicker on two wheels, it’s easier to find a parking space and you’ll save a bunch of money on gas, too. Here are some tips...
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How to Commute on a Motorcycle in Safety and Style

Jamie Anderson Jamie is a freelance writer and editor from Oregon. So, you’re thinking about commuting to work on a motorcycle. It makes good sense – according to ridetowork.org, commutes go quicker on two wheels, it’s easier to find a parking space and you’ll save a bunch of money on gas, too. Here are some...
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