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Progressive Heavy Duty Fork Springs for GL1500
ITEM CODE: TR771522,   SKU: TR771522

06.30.2022

5 Stars

Ordered a seal/bushing kit for my front suspension and decided to include a progressive spring upgrade. Both the seal kit and the progressive springs showed up ... more
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OEM Factory Fork Seal/Bushing Kit for GL1500
ITEM CODE: HOGL15FRK,   SKU: HOGL15FRK

06.30.2022

5 Stars

Purchased the seal bushings kit after noticing my left fork leaking. The kit has everything you need to replace both left and right seals and worn bushings as ... more
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F4 Scratch Resistant Windshields for 2018+ Gold Wing
ITEM CODE: PG37951

06.30.2022

5 Stars

Super easy install - less than 5 minutes to uninstall & install if you just read the included instructions. Improvement of windflow over the rider in both ... more
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Saldanha

06.27.2022

Rider Etiquette: The Group Ride

Passeio em grupo
Muito corretas as observações do artigo. Com certeza andar em grupo ou bonde como denominamos no Brasil não é fácil. As regras, o tempo das paradas, se alguém tem uma situação de saúde (diabetes por exemplo), a estrada a percorrer; se existem ou não pedágios no trajeto; enfim, dentre outros pontos, são importantes para que o passeio ou viagem deixe boas recordações a todos.

SteelBreeze

06.22.2022

Advice for First Time Riders


I've been teaching the rider education classes for 32 years for the MSF and now Motorcycle Ohio and can definitely agree with the concept of rider training for both new riders and recurrent training for experienced riders. Self-taught riders often don't pick up certain components of techniques and that's where we come in. You don't know what you don't know means more than you think sometimes. Plus we have lots of fun. in the process.

SteelBreeze

06.22.2022

Advice for First Time Riders

I second the motion for rider training.
I've been teaching the rider education classes for 32 years for the MSF and now Motorcycle Ohio and can definitely agree with the concept of rider training for both new riders and recurrent training for experienced riders. Self-taught riders often don't pick up certain components of techniques and that's where we come in. You don't know what you don't know means more than you think sometimes. Plus we have lots of fun. in the process.

- No Alias -

06.20.2022

Rider Etiquette: The Group Ride

Biggest key is the leader letting people know expectations.
I go to GWRRA rallys every-so-often. It seems that every time, some geezer doesn't understand riding in formation, and screws everything up. I prefer to ride alone, or with maybe one or two friends that actually know what they're doing. I'm there to enjoy a ride, not educate people on staying in formation.

- No Alias -

05.26.2022

Rider Etiquette: The Group Ride

Group Ride
My wife and I usually ride alone rather than wait on other riders while prescious riding time is being wasted.

- No Alias -

05.26.2022

In Memory of Bruce Baker

Great Guy
I love the part of the last video where they wer sitting in the diner and talking about getting pulled over by the cop because 'You're not from around here are you?