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.
Okay, I admit it. I’m a gadget guy, and quite frequently, those around me have to suffer through endless conversations about the latest shiny technology
The Smart Turn System is self-canceling turn signals the way the OEMs should have done them in the first place.
Bridgestone knows a thing or two about motorcycle tires. After all, the company supplied control tires to MotoGP for seven seasons. Another thing most
Every Harley-Davidson owner and just about every motorcyclist
Motorcyclists/digital photographers who like to travel will find this Goal Zero duo quite useful during extended trips.
Let’s see if an ECU reflash and Yoshimura slip-on can improve the Suzuki GSX-S1000’s jerky throttle response.
The Velocity Chain Maintenance System makes a messy chore much cleaner and easier.
Companies that go racing love to promote how the lessons learned at the racetrack trickle down to the products we use on the street. Besides being great
Though pricey, these modifications pay dividends every time you twist the throttle.
The new Metzeler Roadtec 01 tires place an emphasis on grip on low-traction surfaces while managing to increase the sport in sport-touring.
While Dunlop was in town to show off its new Elite 4, it went ahead and dropped its new ADV tire on us too: the Trailsmart
There are only three things you really need to know about the all-new Dunlop Elite 4, sayeth Dunlop: mileage, mileage, and more mileage.
Originally designed for racing, the SBS RS pads are now rated for street and as an affordable trackday pad for a wide variety of bike models.
The leader of that dusty, BMW R1200GS-riding pack has for years been the Continental TKC80 but Michelin has it squarely in its sights with the Anakee Wild.