There are countless handbooks, YouTube videos and advanced training options on how to be a good motorbike rider, in fact, you even have to take a test before you are allowed free on the open road. Yet there is no such thing for a pillion. Virtually anyone can put a helmet on and sit on the back of a bike with no guidance, experience or training. The result can often be havoc and cause great problems for the rider.
It is almost Christmas but it is always Riding Time! So, what better post this month that recommending some of our favourites for Xmas presents. We know there are tons of bits you could buy to a biker so this are just some of our recommendations from a couple of our favourite retailers.
I have found the hunt for motorbike gear exhausting. Finding out about Hideout and encountering the brilliant work that they do and the amazing service they provide, makes me rejoice and jump for joy!
A pillion at the back not only means you can share your experiences; it means there will be some extra weight that will affect how your bike behaves. Obviously, the bigger and more powerful the bike is, the less it will be affected, but absolutely any bike is affected when it carries more weight on it.
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This kit has superseded all expectations. At just shy of £400.00, I would certainty recommend it for any touring lady out there!