Parts & Accessories
Own a motorcycle long enough and you’ll eventually have to start replacing worn out parts. You may even want to replace perfectly good items with new ones that make your bike handle batter, go faster or just look sharper. Whether it’s new tires from Pirelli, upgraded suspension from Ohlins, or a new exhaust system from Jardine, you can learn about them all here.
Shorai claimed its batteries could last ten years. John put one in his R1 in 2010. Let’s see how it’s doing.
The SPOT Gen3 is a simple to use GPS tracking device with built-in messaging and emergency response functionality.
Some clearer instructions would’ve saved me a lot of time and profanity.
On the surface, chain maintenance seems a fairly simple task.
For those of us who own older sportbikes but don’t usually feel the need to keep up in the unending performance wars (after
The Prism’s 1080p HD video coupled with the audio capability of a Sena 20S (or other brand) Bluetooth headset makes a compelling case for the camera.
Rinse your motorcycle with this CR Spotless deionized water and let mother nature do the drying
Sena knows Bluetooth, and it just so happens that the company’s owner is a motorcycle enthusiast.
Two thumbs up and eight other comfortably elevated digits as well.
As I slide on my back, the wet Spanish dirt at the outside of Almeria’s Turn 6 rushing up to greet me, I take a moment to
We’ve oft complained about the lack of travel in the stock rear suspension of Harley-Davidsons.
The Stop&Go plug and the Dynaplug are here to keep you from having to call a tow for a flat tire.
Ride for enough years, and you’ll experience some of the immutable truths about motorcycling: Leathers get smaller when hanging
We try to improve the Harle-Davidson Street 750’s braking with ceramic and sintered pads from SBS.