There seems to be a lot of buzz these days about becoming a do-it-yourselfer with the help of instructional DVDs. Weve seen DVDs providing instruction on learning how to ride, and found it is possible if we follow the instructions carefully. Now we can learn how to fix our motorcycles by observing how its done while watching a DVD. See what we learned with this weeks selection!
“Streetbikes” is a must-have for anyone just starting out in motorcycling. It’s also a great book to have around the house for us veteran riders who want a clearer understanding of certain aspects of motorcycling, say, like linked braking, or the difference between drum and disc brakes. Check out this weeks selection to learn more about motorcycling!
At the 2005 Indianapolis 500, this rookie driver not only became the first woman to lead a lap at the Brickyard, she was in contention to win in the last few laps of the race. With auto racing being just as male dominated as motorcycle racing, I figured motorcyclists would have a lot of interest in who Danica is and where she came from.
When I first received the DVD of Ride Like A Pro IV, I wondered how I could learn to ride a motorcycle better from watching a DVD. Dont I have to be on the bike watching, then practicing the maneuver right after I see it? Im used to instructional videos, like exercise tapes where you work out along with the video while watching it on TV.
There are road trips and then there are rides. Harley-Davidson has teamed with mapmakers Rand McNally to produce a motorcycle specific atlas. Cars take to the interstate for a road trip and bikers hit the back roads for a ride. For the millions of motorcycle enthusiasts looking for adventure, Rand McNally introduces the first-edition Harley-Davidson Ride Atlas of North America.