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DON'T ROCK THE BOAT: Two-Up Motorcycle Rider Training Train your passenger to go with the flow and you'll both enjoy the ride more

DON'T ROCK THE BOAT: Two-Up Motorcycle Rider Training Train your passenger to go with the flow and you'll both enjoy the ride more

Anyone who's ever ridden with an "untrained" passenger knows that their weaving and bobbing on the back of your bike isn't just annoying—it can be dangerous. That's because the 100- to 200-pound hunk o' burning love you've got riding pillion is what engineers call a "live load"—mass that can...

Published on June 25 2015, 19:53
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

"I need more time, leave me alone, please!" Mascara runs down her cheek, shoaling in an alluvial, Revlon-delta at the base of her nose. This isn't any way to start our New Zealand motorcycle tour. High on the twelfth floor of Auckland's Sky City Grande hotel, my wife, Colleen, is sitting on the... 

Today's guest post is written by our good friend Shelina Moreda (Facebook & Twitter), an FIM eRoadracing rider for Team Parker Brammo, an AMA Pro Harley Davidson Vance & Hines rider with Team Spyke's H-D / She'z Racing, and the first female to have raced a motorcycle at the famous Indianapolis... 

Back to Basics With The Cardo Qz by Rick K. and "Burn" for webBikeWorld.com Summary The Cardo Scala Rider Qz is a simple and basic "Bluetooth entertainment system" for motorcyclists. The Qz does not have an intercom function but its 2 channels allow you to listen to music and/or GPS and talk on... 

A Survey of Motorcycle Toll-Tag Holders by Bill P. for webBikeWorld.com Introduction They're known as "highway toll-collection transponders". They are the used in highway transportation systems throughout the world. These include systems such as eFlow in Ireland, Telepass in Italy, and others... 

Safety and training; two words that tend to elicit a yawn or an eye roll from most people. Motorcycling, though definitely not the safest activity you can choose, is pretty exciting and challenging, yet for the most part, the safety training associated with our sport is quite boring. Riding... 

So, you're considering joining the ranks of motorcycle riders. Congratulations! Motorcycling is an activity that many riders immediately fall in love with and even claim to be life altering. You won't hear any of the MO editorial staff argue with that. After all, we've devoted the bulk of our... 

Eight years ago we were the first to get a ride on a Zero electric motorcycle, the 2008 Zero X. Back then Zero was a very different company than it is today – Neal Saiki is gone, the machines are immensely more evolved, and they now look like motorcycles rather than converted mountain bikes –...