The Brake Free helmet light shines—quite literally—by making it easier for drivers to see us. And it does it well.
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With the holiday gift season in full swing, we decided to share our favorite motorcycle-related gift ideas with you. We hope to inspire your own wish list or provide ideas of what to give your …
Homage To A Classic As a devout dirt rider, I was so excited to learn about the film, Any Oregon Sunday, a 15-minute documentary about three women off-road riders in Oregon (note homage to On …
Riding motorcycles exposes you to the elements which is part of what makes riding so thrilling and rewarding. But this is also why it’s important to make a first aid kit part of your motorcycling “essentials.” My Medic’s Moto Medic kit includes first aid supplies applicable to the specific needs of the most common injuries and ailments that occur both on the road and trail in a neatly organized waterproof case.
Schuberth product expert and Women Riders Now Co-chairwoman, Sarah Schilke, reviews the third generation of the popular modular helmet specifically designed to fit a woman’s face. This latest version gets updated comfort, construction, and visibility features while maintaining the previous version’s trusted safety, ventilation, and aerodynamics.
The first thing to do when buying any motorcycle is make necessary ergonomic adjustments to the handlebars, levers, footpegs and foot controls, seat, and suspension so you can easily reach the grips with a relaxed bend in your elbows with feet and hands comfortably able to use all the controls. We show how we changed a Harley-Davidson Street 750 to better fit a short woman rider.