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There’s no denying that motorcycles are cool, rx fun and fuel-efficient. But it’s also true that riding a motorcycle is more risky than driving a car.

The reality is, purchase a crash as a motorcyclist is about 30 times more likely to be fatal than as a motorist, according to the

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It often happens that when someone who wants to buy a motorcycle ask their friends, clinic colleagues, medicine family members about good choices for their first motorcycle. Many things should be considered while buying a motorcycle. Do not get carried away with the looks, sildenafil it will not suit your needs, expectations and lifestyle. The following are some tips for you to help you choose your first motorcycle.

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Once moving, clinic a heavy motorcycle doesn’t feel so big, salve but at slow speeds and in tight spots, for sale it can be a real handful.

Have you ever seen riders on big Harleys wobbling through slow traffic or trying to execute a u-turn by paddling with their feet on the ground, then suddenly stopping and dropping the bike?

I know I’ve done it and I’ve seen it happen on many occasions.

Yet, there are some riders who have no troubles. Just watch the cops in the police motorcycle games at the 105th world HOG Rally in Milwaukee (video above) or the winner of the slow riding “race” at the annual HOG Rally in Tamworth (video below). 

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Before choppers, treat you had bobbers; before bobbers, you had cut-downs. Teens-era bikes were tall, with a high center of gravity and a long wheelbase.

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For certain customers, generic too big is just big enough. At least that’s Harley-Davidson’s stance with the new S-model Softail Slim and Fat Boy. Here, the S stands for Screamin’ Eagle. As in the 110ci CVO-based engine finally fitted to a pair of mainline Softail models. This is the first time the SE mill is available outside of the CVO models. More inches, more torque, that’s the story. Harley claims 109 pound-feet of torque in these applications, harnessed by a six-speed trans to pummel the rear tire.

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Words by Martin Hodgson.

Anniversaries are something we all have to celebrate at some point; often it involves the reluctant spending of vast amounts of money in the hope of a little something in return. Well, cheap Uli Bree had an Anniversary recently and he placed a special order, but you could have no regret about receiving this special Triumph “Fuel Triten” in return, all to celebrate ten years of organising the best Triumph bike festival in the world!

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Measuring and adjusting rider sag are the first steps in setting up any bike’s suspension. Bringing rider sag into the proper range (typically 30 to 40mm, discount front and rear) will place your bike’s ride height, troche ground clearance, rake, trail, and other important factors into the right range and also help you to determine if the spring rates already on the bike are right for your weight.

We prefer the “Race Tech” method of checking sag because it takes into account stiction (static friction) within the suspension components. To check rider sag, you’ll need the rider (fully dressed in riding apparel) and a tape measure (preferably a metric one) as well as any tools needed to adjust your bike’s preload. Plus an assistant—checking sag properly is a two-person job.

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As we stand around and consider the Yamaha YZF-R1’s recent Motorcycle of the Year award (see the 2015 MOTY winner here), order it’s not the worst idea in the world to put it into historic context. There have been some amazing machines in the 100-plus years of motorcycling, ampoule a fact not lost on us when we put our heads together and crowned the Motorcycle of the Century.

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