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Motorcycle Safety Class: Lessons in Humiliation, Frustration and Life-Saving Skills

Though a “newer” rider, I feel pretty comfortable on motorcycle. I’ve been very fortunate to have logged over 15,000 miles in 26 months of owning my bike. Lots of gravel, u-turns, tight parking, traffic jams for miles, rush hour traffic and construction zones, from Milwaukee to San Diego to Kansas City to Orange County, have [...]

Should Kids Be Passengers on Their Parents’ Motorcycles?

Stacy took her 9 year old boy out for his first ride this past Sunday. He LOVED it, and wants to ride more. Should kids be passengers on motorcycles? Am I an irresponsible mom by introducing my children to this sport? Should I allow my children — who I love more than anything [...]

New motorcycle riders — a small bike is not your only choice

When I was shopping for my first bike, nearly everyone told me, “Buy small. Small frame, small engine. Go bigger later.” Seemed like sound advice. But there was a big part of me that didn't want to "go small." Stevie Pedersen, of Wild Prairie Harley Davidson in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, doesn't necessarily agree with the [...]

Chaps, that fit

Wow, finding the right chaps is no small feat. Requirements: that they fit. Aside from fit, we were pretty good with anything. We love fringe (more posts on fringe to come, since we are certifiably obsessed with fringe), so finding a pair with fringe -- THAT FIT -- was a huge bonus. Fit issues for us [...]

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