It takes a certain type of person to be a biker. Bikers are known for being brave, independent, adventurous, and freewheeling. Whether traveling solo or in a pack, bikers still look out for each other and it’s one of the greatest aspects of being a motorcycle owner. Thankfully, becoming a member of this tight-knit community has never been easier thanks to technology.
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It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that 9 times out of 10, a motorcycle rider is being more eco-friendly than a cager. By sheer virtue of its size, motorcycles get better fuel economy and produce fewer polluting gases. But it may come as a surprise to learn that motorcycles these days are becoming even more fuel efficient than ever before.
Russ Brown Motorcycle Lawyer - More to look forward to at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
We’ve all been there—having to take off your riding gloves when you want to text someone on your touchscreen smartphone or check something on your tablet (not while driving of course). It’s a hassle, no doubt about it. What’s worse are the gloves that are touchscreen friendly—are not very functional or stylish. Well, that’s exactly what the folks at AnyGlove thought and they figured it was time someone came up with a solution. The result?
You’ll notice a few more motorcycles on the road this year on June seventeenth because it’s the twenty-second annual ‘Ride to Work Day’. World-wide, more than an estimated million riders become two-wheeled commuters to demonstrate riding as a fun and practical form of utility transportation.
Event: 22nd Annual Motorcycle and Scooter Ride To Work Day – Monday, June 17th 2013
Mission: To encourage record-setting numbers of riders to participate.
Action: Spread the word by every means possible - word of mouth, print ads, web banner ads, blog posts, news and magazine articles, press coverage, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube…
Help make this the largest, most impactful Ride To Work Day to date!
Spring is finally upon us. All over the country, riders are taking the covers off their bikes and tuning them up—it’s riding season again. But with the departure of winter weather comes those infamous April showers—and while, yes, they bring May flowers—they also bring a deluge of disappointment, as anxious riders must wait out the storms before hitting the open road. But Spring showers don’t have to dampen your ride! That’s what rain gear is for. And even if the rain brings cooler temperatures along, you can turn to your trusty heated gear to keep you warm on the roads.