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MetalArts Trumpet Motorcycle Air Horns Review

MetalArts Trumpet Air Horns

Clement Salvadori
October 16, 2008

[This MetalArts Trumpet Motorcycle Air Horns Review was originally published in American Rider magazine] I’ve never been a fan of loud pipes. Mellow, okay, but loud, never. All they do is irritate Joe Citizen and deafen the guy riding behind you. And that stupid excuse that loud pipes save lives... Read more »

Michelin Pilot Road 2 Motorcycle Tires Review

Pilot Road 2 tires

Rider Contributor
July 10, 2008

Review by Troy Siahaan [The Michelin Pilot Road 2 Motorcycle Tires Review was originally published in the September 2007 issue of Rider magazine] The world of racing is a cutthroat arena. Everyone involved has one common goal in mind–winning. The lessons learned at the track eventually trickle... Read more »

Maxxis Presa Detour Motorcycle Tires Review

Maxxis Presa Detour Tires

Rider Contributor
July 10, 2008

Review by James Parchman [This Maxxis Presa Detour Motorcycle Tires Review was originally published in the April 2008 issue of Rider magazine] Check out a tony eatery like Mr. Chow of Beverly Hills 90210 or Rabia’s Ristorante in Boston’s North End on a weekend evening, and you’ll likely find the... Read more »

Pingel Cycle Jaws Motorcycle Wheel Chock Review

Pingel Cycle Jaws

Rider Magazine
July 10, 2008

[This Pingel Cycle Jaws Motorcycle Wheel Chock Review was originally published in the February 2008 issue of Rider magazine] There are usually four motorcycles parked in my garage when they’re not out being ridden, and not one has a centerstand. This creates a problem with space–especially if... Read more »

Öhlins Motorcycle Shock Absorbers Review

Öhlins Motorcycle Shock Absorber, front

Rider Contributor
July 10, 2008

Review by Mike Miller [This Öhlins Motorcycle Shock Absorbers Review was originally published in the December 2007 issue of Rider magazine] Whether it occurs on two wheels or four, one’s first experience with really good shock absorbers is an epiphany. When they far surpass the damping performance... Read more »

Bergmen Concours Motorcycle Oil-Filter Adapter Review

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Rider Contributor
July 10, 2008

Review by Dave Bucher [This Bergmen Concours Motorcycle Oil-Filter Adapter Review was originally published in the October 2007 issue of Rider magazine] If there is a hell, I hope there’s a special place in it reserved for the guy who designed the bodywork on the 2007-and-earlier Kawasaki Concours.... Read more »

Woody’s Wheel Works Review

Woody's Wheel Works

Rider Contributor
March 14, 2008

Review by James Parchman [This Woody’s Wheel Works Review was originally published in the January 2008 issue of Rider magazine] Thankfully, most motorcycle owners realize that attention to the condition of the tires is part of being a smart cyclist. Both monetarily, and because crashing in a curve... Read more »

Morgan’s Carbtune Pro Mechanical Manometer Review

Morgan Carbtune Pro

Rider Contributor
March 14, 2008

By James Parchman [This Morgan's Carbtune Pro Mechanical Manometer Review was originally published in the January 2008 issue of Rider magazine] Modern multicylinder motorcycles typically have several carburetors or are fuel injected via throttle bodies. Carbureted or injected, if your bike has more than... Read more »

XP3 Corporation Hornet Deer Whistle Review

XP3 Corporation Hornet Electronic Deer Whistle

Clement Salvadori
March 4, 2008

[This XP3 Corporation Hornet Deer Whistle Review was originally published in American Rider magazine] Among the seemingly countless road hazards and situations that present themselves to riders daily, unexpected animals that cross the path of a traveling motorcycle can be some of the most dangerous.... Read more »

Klock Werks Flare Motorcycle Windshield Review

Klock Werks Flare Windshield

Rider Contributor
February 14, 2008

Review by Reg Kittrelle [This Klock Werks Flare Motorcycle Windshield Review was originally published in American Rider magazine] My first bagger was an early-’90s Electra Glide Sport, which came equipped with a windshield. The first thing I did after getting it home was remove the windshield;... Read more »

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