Whether shopping for yourself or for your friends and family, motorcycle-themed books always make a great gift for motorheads and their kids. Here are some of our favorite new releases (and one preorder) available this holiday season.
When Nicole Bonza had to give up her beloved motorcycle after experiencing mechanical failure and having a brand new baby, she went into a “hibernation” of sorts. After six years of not riding, the 44-year-old mother of two bought a new Honda CBR650R. Able the “breath again,” she feels her life coming back.
The team at Women Riders Now (WRN) is celebrating the success of its first ever “bike build” with its custom two-wheeler Strider balance bike called “Progressions.” The Strider will be auctioned off in January to benefit the All Kids Bike program, which places kindergarten physical education learn-to-ride programs into public schools with the proceeds.
I’ve always enjoyed taking passengers and sharing my passion for riding motorcycles. But when my young daughter, Kaia, started asking me to take her for rides, I would immediately dismiss the idea. It’s one thing to accept the risk of injuring my own body, but to put my own daughter at risk was unimaginable.
“All set?” The sound of my fathers voice was muffled against the angry roar of his Honda Magna 750cc V4. Its a question Ive heard thousands of times before. I flashed a thumbs-up, my heart picking up speed as his foot pounded against the kickstand and his right hand twisted the throttle. We set off into a whole new world, a journey of the mind and soul as well as on the road itself.
Motorcycle riders have handlebars to hold on to when they ride, but what about the passenger on the back of the motorcycle thats not equipped with armrests? A sissy bar helps, but its still a struggle to get comfortable for the long haul. Now an Albuquerque company has come up with a solution. Love Handles Motorcycle Armrests are uniquely designed to help make motorcycle passengers feel more relaxed