We took a trip to Honda's Corporate Headquarters in Torrance, CA to check out the new 2018 Gold Wing. Rick and the entire team here at WingStuff are extremely excited about the new bike!
Our 2017 Holiday Gift Guide is here, just in time for the holiday shopping season. Each year we hand pick some of the most popular accessories, apparel and electronics that we think you'll enjoy. We hope this makes your holiday shopping for that special someone just a little bit easier. Happy Holidays!
Now that Honda has revealed both the Gold Wing and Gold Wing Tour, we’re going to play a little Monday Morning Quarterback and review what predictions we got right, what we got wrong and what we totally missed. So without further ado…
Honda has finally made it official and we’re here to break down all the detailed specs, changes and features of the Goldwing Tour models. This thing has been redesigned from “the road up,” so there’s a lot to discuss.
As we move closer and closer to the expected announcement of the newly redesigned Honda Goldwing (and feeling rather confident, at this point, that the rumors are true) WingStuff.com has taken it upon itself to delve in to the images that are available online and break down what we think will be on the new bike.
California is the place we call home. In this online series we'll feature some of the most desirable areas to visit and roads to ride in the state. In this special Halloween Haunted installment, we showcase the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose. Welcome to...Destination: California.
Check out our new video featuring the WingStuff brand Premium Heavy-Duty 100% Waterproof Full Cover for Gold Wing. Rated #1 by our reviewers. It's one of the highest quality covers ever made.
In this 13th installment of Rick's Reviews, WingStuff.com's President and Founder Rick Arnoldo shares his thoughts and insights on Baker Built Mirror Hand Wings and Dual Air Wings for the Honda Goldwing.
Join WingStuff owner, Rick Arnoldo, as he rides some of the best roads that California has to offer in our series, Rick's Rides. Some renowned and others a bit more obscure, they will be roads that remove you from the hectic pace of city life and move you on an adventure! In this episode, Rick's Rides heads up to the Palomar Mountain Loop with a few stops along the way.
As anticipation builds, new photos of the actual 2018 Wing may have just been leaked. If you want to be surprised when the new 2018 Honda Goldwing is unveiled later in October, read no further. You have been warned ;)
Honda is clearly getting ready to make a significant announcement regarding a new motorcycle. But is it really a newly redesigned Goldwing or something else? Read on to find out.
California is the place we call home. In this online series we'll feature some of the most desirable areas to visit and roads to ride in the state. In this installment, we showcase San Francisco. Welcome to...Destination: California.
Many riders accidentally drop their motorcycle at one point or another. When it comes to larger touring bikes, such as the Goldwing, it can be a bit of a challenge to lift it back up. You want to make sure you do it the right way. Here's how...
In this 12th installment of Rick's Reviews, WingStuff.com's President and Founder Rick Arnoldo shares his thoughts and insights on his favorite set of tires, the Bridgestone G704 & G709 Exedra tires for GL1800
WingStuff.com’s VIP Day is quickly approaching on August 1, 2017. And, trust us, you will want to be ready to make the most of all the great deals coming your way. Take a minute to catch up on all the details and let us give you some tips/strategies on how to win on VIP DAY!
Wingstuff.com's own Rick Arnoldo goes over many of the Kuryakyn products available for the GL1800 2nd Gen (2012-UP) Goldwing. It's loaded with Kuryakyn accessories, and really shines out there on the road.
In this 11th installment of Rick's Reviews, WingStuff.com's President and Founder Rick Arnoldo shares his insights on the LST Horizon HeliBars
The world is full of creative engineers, forward thinking artists, and out-of-the box designers. At the same time, it seems that so many people are simply not satisfied with the status quo. Add those together and throw in the main ingredient, bikes, and you get some of the most unusual - and in some cases, fake - motorcycles out there, in no particular order. But admit it, you wouldn't mind test-riding, if not owning, some of these, would you?
A Virginia Tech study done for the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) gives us insight into why we crash and how we can minimize the risk of a motorcycle accident.
Last year our home state of California signed a bill into law officially allowing for lane splitting. How does it affect you?
The sun is out, the weather is warm and the road is clear. It's time for your next big trip. If you're anything like me, you're so excited that you want to swing that leg over your Wing and ride. Let's go already! But let's take a minute and make sure we have everything packed and nothing's missing. Isn't it the worst when we realize we've forgotten to pack some minor yet essential item? That's why we've compiled a short list (in no particular order) of some items we don't want you to forget on your next trip.
According to RideApart, Honda recently filed a new patent for a motorcycle trike with a Hybrid engine. This newest development causes us to ask...what’s next? How long will it be until they put one into our beloved Goldwing? Find out more in this article.
Join WingStuff owner, Rick Arnoldo, as he rides some of the best roads that California has to offer in our series, Rick's Rides. Some renowned and others a bit more obscure, they will be roads that remove you from the hectic pace of city life and move you on an adventure! In this episode, Rick's Rides heads up to the Santa Monica Mountains and cruises through Malibu Canyon with a pit stop at the Rock Store.
In this 10th installment of Rick's Reviews, WingStuff.com's President and Founder Rick Arnoldo shares his thoughts and insights on the Bluetooth Smart Wireless TMPS by FOBO.
Bluetooth headsets arrived on the scene more recently than their corded counterparts and many riders prefer them because of their easy-to-use integration with cell phone and GPS units and helmet-to-helmet communications while riding most any motorcycle, without needing a built-in audio system. Of course, the biggest advantage: No annoying cords to get in the way.
And we can't wait to show you how it's done!
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