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9 Tips For Long Motorcycle Rides

Posted by ROGER HEUMANN

If you love your motorcycle, the longer you ride, the better. But if you haven’t gone on a long ride before, you might be surprised at the challenges you face. Here are a few tips for long motorcycle rides in order to make the ride as pleasant as possible for as long as you want to ride. more Tip#1: Consider a Windshield If you only ride your motorcycle for short distances, you may not really need a windshield, but they are great for longer rides. Riding for several hours in a row at high speeds can leave you feeling wind blown...

What Motorcycle Riders Should Learn From The Tour De France

Posted by ROGER HEUMANN

Ah, yes, the Tour de France. Cyclists ride at lightening speeds at great length. But those are bicycles and you ride a motorcycle. They both have two wheels and that’s where the resemblance ends, right? Actually, there’s quite a bit you can learn from the tour de France, even as a motorcycle rider. Here are a few items:more   Wear Protective Gear Tour de France bike wrecks are never a good thing. They look like a train wreck with the bikes piling up upon each other from the high speed. Riders who want to stop and avoid it often can’t....

Long Distance Motorcycle Riding Tips, Part 3: Route, Rest & Refuel

Posted by ROGER HEUMANN

This is the third in a 3-Part Series: Part 1:  tips on choice of motorcycle related to riding style.   Part 2:  tips on improving long distance riding comfort. Today … contributor Marilyn Elmore Bragg wraps things up with tips on route, refueling and more.  Check out Marilyn‘s advice as you plan your next long distance motorcycle trip. more Planning A Smart Route Creating a route isn’t rocket science. But it’s advisable to start by considering the reasons for your ride and time constraints as you begin planning your journey. Devise a wise game plan: Which is more important to you … winding through the...

Long Distance Motorcycle Riding Tips (Part 1) – Planning

Posted by ROGER HEUMANN

Now that spring is almost here, it seems like a good time to revisit the topic of long distance riding.  If you’re planning your next motorcycle trip, here are distance riding tips from expert rider and blog contributor Marilyn Elmore Bragg to help you get ready. Note: This is Part 1, of a 3-Part Series on long distance motorcycle riding. Long Distance Motorcycle Riding Tips:  Part 1 (Planning) Take a good look at Marilyn’s sportster above … all packed and ready to hit the road … Let’s start with an overview of 5 key factors to consider when planning your trip....

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