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H-D Brawler vs. Mustang Vintage Motorcycle Seat Comparison

Harley-Davidson Brawler

Rider Contributor
July 31, 2009

Review by Reg Kittrelle [This H-D Brawler vs. Mustang Vintage motorcycle seat comparison was originally published in American Rider magazine] To many, maybe most, motorcycle riding is a two-up activity. The big touring rigs from both Harley-Davidson and Victory have outfitted the passenger area with... Read more »

Metzeler Roadtec Z6 Interact Motorcycle Tires Review

Roadtec_Z6_INTERACT

Rider Contributor
June 22, 2009

Review by Rich Cox [This Metzeler Roadtec Z6 Interact Motorcycle Tires Review was published in the August 2009 issue of Rider] Last March Metzeler conducted an overnight press launch in Palm Springs, California, to introduce its latest sport-touring tire, the Roadtec Z6 Interact. I definitely lean toward... Read more »

Laminar Lip Motorcycle Windscreen Extension Review

Laminar Lip Windscreen Extension

Clement Salvadori
June 22, 2009

[This Laminar Lip Motorcycle Windscreen Extension Review was originally published in the August 2009 issue of Rider magazine] With winter coming on last year I decided I wanted to get a little more protection behind the fairing of my Honda ST1100…build the bubble, so to speak. I could always ride over... Read more »

Park-n-Move

Park N Move 2

Rider Contributor
May 19, 2009

By Joe Michaud I can’t speak for everyone’s garage but mine looks as if someone picked it up and shook it. The hassle of moving multiple bikes while perched on their centerstands makes access to my bench and bike lift difficult. Aaron Zimmerman at Legal Speeding has a cure. His Park-n-Move is a heavy-duty... Read more »

Race Tech Suspension Review

Race Tech Suspension Kit

Rider Magazine
April 28, 2009

[This Race Tech Suspension Review was originally published in the June 2009 issue of Rider magazine] Motorcyclists come in all shapes and sizes: Tall, short, thin, not-so-thin and everywhere in between. And their riding styles vary from easy cruising to hard charging, from two-up touring to racing. People... Read more »

Kenda K270 Dual Sport Motorcycle Tires Review

Kenda K270 Dual Sport Motorcycle Tires

Rider Magazine
April 28, 2009

[This Kenda K270 Dual Sport Motorcycle Tires Review was originally published in the June 2009 issue of Rider magazine] Since completing the MotoVentures dirt-bike school last year (see Rider, November 2008), dual-sport riding has been my new jam. Even with excellent OHV areas nearby, I prefer riding... Read more »

RoadLok Arachnid M1 Brake Calipers Review

RoadLok Arachnid M1 Brake Calipers

Rider Contributor
March 17, 2009

By David Mittleman [This RoadLok Arachnid M1 Brake Calipers Review was originally published in the May 2009 issue of Rider magazine] Everyone knows that they should lock up their bike when it’s parked anywhere outside the living room. Even something as simple as a disc lock will discourage the casual... Read more »

Pirelli Scorpion Trail Motorcycle Tires Review

Pirelli Scorpion Trail Tires

Rider Magazine
February 25, 2009

April 2009 Pirelli Scorpion Trail Tires Dual-sport and adventure-touring bikes are always A compromise. They tend to work better on the street or in the dirt, with hard riding on the less-favored surface becoming a test of one’s mettle and skills. Street-legal enduros are usually buzzy at speed, squirrely... Read more »

Motorcycle Tank Armour Review

TankArmour Motorcycle Gas Tank Protector

Rider Contributor
February 12, 2009

Review by Reg Kittrelle [This Motorcycle Tank Armour Review was originally published in American Rider magazine] Priced a paint job on that Harley gas tank of yours? Here’s a sure bet, it’s a lot more than $124.95. That’s the price of Tank Armour, an Australian bit of clever handiwork... Read more »

Glpro With ATRE Aftermarket Gear Indicator Review

Glpro With ATRE

Rider Contributor
February 4, 2009

By James Parchman [This Glpro With ATRE Aftermarket Gear Indicator Review was originally published in the March 2009 issue of Rider] The Glpro With ATRE aftermarket gear indicator installed In honor of GearLab’s first Hungarian product, let’s start by mentioning several famous exports from this beautiful... Read more »

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