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.
Food Review - The Abercrave Inn - Warm homely atmosphere, good homemade dishes, welcoming staff and plenty of parking; all at a fair price.
Overall the SC1 is a good Bluetooth device. But, is it worth £284.99? My honest answer is...
Review of the new Schubert C4. Overall, the Schuberth C4 is a brilliant helmet. It is expensive but worth the money. Something to consider is that Schuberth will give you 5 years warranty which adds extra value to it.
Food Review - The Nags Head - Great fresh food, well presented, nice staff and plenty of parking, all at a fair price.
20 motorcycles. 40 bikers. London to France; Rouen to be precise. Natalia’s third group ride and first continental adventure. Riding on the opposite side of the road. What could possibly go wrong?
Nowadays, most of us use Sat Navs to travel around on our motorcycles. Personally, I use a BMW Navigator VI manufactured by Garmin, but others may use the popular Tom Tom. Last week, going through Facebook, an interesting question appeared - "Does anyone know if or how you can export a route on basecamp onto google maps?"
So, what are the options for a 21-year-old student who has completed her CBT but spent all her savings on motorcycle gear and consequently has no money left for the actual motorcycle itself?
We all love that feeling of riding smoothly along the road. We live for the thrill of the throttle. We desire to dominate that stomach lurching corner, riding off into the distance with utter ease. But the real question is, do we do so with our leather jacket, open face helmet and classic style? Or, do we sacrifice all that for top performance?