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What We Wear above the neck

April 18th, 2018|Comments Off on What We Wear above the neck

In part 2 of David L. Hough's two part series, What We Wear, Hough explores proper motorcycle helmets, the NHTSA's position on protective equipment and research showing the importance of wearing protective head gear when [...]

What We Wear (Below the neck)

April 18th, 2018|Comments Off on What We Wear (Below the neck)

Are you an All The Gear All The Time (ATGATT) rider? David L. Hough is, and explains why in the first part of the two part series, What We Wear. Based on an article published in Motorcycle [...]

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An Introduction to Stretching for the Motorcyclist

April 13th, 2018|Comments Off on An Introduction to Stretching for the Motorcyclist

Nick's Note: We can buy new tires and reflash our ECU, but what about the on-board-engineer? To continue our "Winter Improvement" series, we ask Jenn Peris of ExposeYoga.com to get us ready for riding season with Standing Hip [...]

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Staying Alive

April 3rd, 2018|Comments Off on Staying Alive

This article was originally published on LinkedIn Pulse by David L. Hough on January 13, 2016.  "Based on a column by the author published in Motorcycle Consumer News, March, 2015 Stayin’ Alive By David L. [...]

Brake Light Initiative: Braking Properly

April 3rd, 2018|Comments Off on Brake Light Initiative: Braking Properly

How to use your motorcycle brakes properly Nick Ienatsch, Jeff Allen, Michael Troutman, and John Beck wrote a Lifestyle piece on CycleWorld about using your motorcycle breaks properly. "The Pace 2.0 challenges riders to add [...]

Pace vs. Risk: Rubber Side Down, Part 2

March 30th, 2018|Comments Off on Pace vs. Risk: Rubber Side Down, Part 2

The second part of Keith Culver's two part Pace vs. Risk series, featured on Cycle World's Ienatsch Tuesday column. "We're back to discuss how to reduce the two major canyon-riding “Risks” we discussed in part [...]