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Carole

09.14.2020

Ride America: Alaska

Trip of a lifetime
My hubby rode his 2012 goldwing to Alaska several years ago and said he could do the trip every year. He drove up the Alaskan Highway to Dawson City. Drove the Top of the World Highway (around 150 miles of gravel) overlooking the treetops into Chicken. Traveled every road in Alaska, including the Dalton all the way to Purdue Bay. What a fun time and great adventure he had. It's a bucket list must for everyone.

- No Alias -

08.26.2020

Software Update Available for 2018-2020 Gold Wings - Includes Android Auto & More

Upgrade availability for 40th anniversary Goldwing GL 1800
Does anyone know if there is an Australian software upgrade available for the 2015, 40th anniversary model GL1800 Goldwing? And if there is one, where do I purchase it? My local Western Australian Honda dealer tells me the update available is 2012 which is well before my current software. Piet56@hotmail.com thanx

THE PUNISHER

08.16.2020

How Difficult Is It To Ride A Gold Wing?

Agile, nimble & quick!
I live in southern California and have some of the best weather and mountain roads (twisties) that any sport bike rider would dream of. I purchase the 2019 Goldwing DCT (Not the Touring model) and learned this bike is a 6 cylinder behemoth that eats up the twisties to my amazement seeing though it is a 800+ bike. Agile, nimble & quick = Fun, Fun, Fun!!!

Frank & Carlene

08.09.2020

Rick's Reviews Ep. 18: Corbin Heated Saddle for 2018+ Gold Wing

Russell Day Long Saddle is the way to go!
When I ordered my new 2012 Goldwing, the very first thing I did was bring it home, remove the seat and ship it out to Russell Day Long Saddles in CA. But prior to removing the seat, Russell requested pics of my wife & I seated on the bike. So our son snapped away. They also requested our height, weight, body measurements, and to list any ailments. For me I have two artificial hips, two artificial knees, and severe back pain issues. I’m also very tall so my knees were pressed into the fairing. There was no way I was going to be able to ride comfortably, that’s for sure! About 3 weeks later we got our seat back. All I can say is WOW! Russell hit the nail on the head! The seat moved me back and up, so no more knees into the fairing. It also gave my wife more room. BUT the best part of it all, it literally feels like you’re sitting in a recliner going down the highway! On average, we used to ride 100 miles or less because of the pain I’d be in. Now with the Russell seat we can do & have done 500 + miles a day! My wife has actually fallen asleep on some rides, YES ITS THAT COMFORTABLE! It was by far the BEST investment we made on our bike. We’ve had other bikers inquire about the seat on some of our excursions, and as soon as they would sit on it, their reaction was wow, I’m getting myself one of these! The difference is the seat is custom built to fit YOU,AND YOUR WIFE! It’s not a generic one size fits all. They do allow you to return the seat for I believe three adjustments, but I never had to return mine. It was PERFECT! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND RUSSELL DAY LONG SADDLES!

michael

07.22.2020

Rick's Reviews Ep. 18: Corbin Heated Saddle for 2018+ Gold Wing

corbin seat
have one on my 2014, seat has never worked, Corbin said it's my bike not putting enough amps out, but my factory seat,passanger back rest, grips all work fine, Corbin has never worked, $1300.00 bucks, and they want fix it. Backrest i hate it, never stays in place. I do like the seat though, rides great. wish everything else worked.. will never buy a Corbin again.. Mike at Corbin said I needed to have Honda look at my bike.. and stopped answering any more questions..

John

07.21.2020

Rick's Reviews Ep. 18: Corbin Heated Saddle for 2018+ Gold Wing

$1500 down the drain
I put a Corbin seat on my 95 GL 1500. It looked fantastic but I could never get that seat to ‘break in’ in 10 years. It remained as stiff as a board. I ended up buying an air soft pad to place on the seat. I should have looked elsewhere.

RANDY

07.19.2020

Road Trip Mistakes - 5 Errors You Might Make On Your Next Trip

Too much focus on the destination
As the kids were growing up, my wife and I never took overnight trips on the motorcycle. I had taken some buddy trips during this time. Our first big trip together was out on Route 6 in Pennsylvania to “the Pocanos”. When we were stopped at the Kinzua Trestle Bridge, we spoke to other bikers who were at this destination. My wife kept nudging me and looking at me with that “it’s time to go” look on her face. We picked up a lot of valuable local touring information from them. We saw quite a few things that we would have missed had we not stopped to talk with this group. When we got home, she really realized that the journey is equally as (or more) important than the destination.

RANDY

07.19.2020

Road Trip Mistakes - 5 Errors You Might Make On Your Next Trip

Traveling with a group
Great comments in this section of article. When we used to ride with our GWRRA Chapter, you knew how everyone rode, what their idiosyncrasies were. No problem for a 3 /4 day trip. We committed to a trip with another group of 14 bikes. Very nice people, but not much on safety or group riding experience. I knew we were in trouble when the leader tried to start ride with all 14 bikes at once onto a freeway in major city suburb at 4pm on Friday afternoon. After we all got back together in a parking lot 10 miles down the freeway, we split into two groups with our closest friends leading one group and us tail gunning. The rest of the trip didn’t go well. Two bikes down in separate accidents. Both cases were people riding way above their skill levels. Thankfully nobody died, but they were pretty bad one bike accidents. Two main takeaways; - ride your own ride at YOUR skill level - keep the group in front of you where you can keep an eye on every one. Hope this helps!!

RANDY

07.19.2020

Road Trip Mistakes - 5 Errors You Might Make On Your Next Trip

Too Much Stuff
We’ve gone from a 2002 with a pull behind trailer, to a 2014 Ultra Limited to a 2018 Goldwing Tour and taken cross country jaunts on all three. What works best for us is; Wife gets trunk, I get trunk bag, rain gear, extra pair of jeans and half cover in one saddle and miscellaneous for other. We keep downsizing storage, but always seem to have enough room. It takes a while to convince yourself that you DO have enough room, but you do.

Thomas

07.18.2020

Road Trip Mistakes - 5 Errors You Might Make On Your Next Trip

Great Article
I would comment on two things: 1. Leave any destination deadlines behind. Live in the moment! 2. Good summer gear can be washed in a sink, rolled up and squeezed in a towel, and then hung up over night...and be ready to wear in the morning. This technique really helps to limit the packing issue.

CARL

07.17.2020

Road Trip Mistakes - 5 Errors You Might Make On Your Next Trip

Stuff Bags
I have found stuff bags, the kind that back packers use to be a great tool for packing in compact places, like your Wing, especially if you have a 2018+ that Honda forgot to put storage on. I can fit 3 days worth of everything that I need except for Levis in a small stuff bag. Give them a whirl and let me know how it works for you.

GgrizzlyBare

07.17.2020

Road Trip Mistakes - 5 Errors You Might Make On Your Next Trip

The Great Grand Canyon!!!
First of June 2018, Oh what a trip this is going to be. Two week trip clear around the Grand Canyon. Start in Boise Idaho on my new 2018 Wing. Packed to the hilt. Everything stuffed to the brim, Including the huge bag on the trunk and the back pack that my wife had stuffed with more clothes between us. You know its going to be cold??? Full riding gear for both of us. And it was pretty chilly the first couple days. from Boise down to Salt Lake, Bryce canyon, Grand staircase, North rim grand Canyon, Lake Powell. Already getting to hot. Mail a box of clothing home.$50 Then we started heading South. Why did we bring all this cold weather gear? And where are we going to put all the nicknacks? Another package going home at least another $50. By the time we stopped at the West Rim of the grand Canyon we were over full again. but we decided we were just not going to buy any more stuff. Still to many clothes. Making it over and through Vegas the weather changed from really warm to oh my its 115 out here. Good thing we have a thing about riding geared up. Cuz there was no place to put it. It was a great trip though. Around 2000 miles and 2 weeks. Guys if she says I need, Be prepared to over pack!!!!!

Paul

07.17.2020

Road Trip Mistakes - 5 Errors You Might Make On Your Next Trip

Negative packing
I never throw away any article of clothing when it starts getting ratty, I always put it away and save it for my next road trip. I pack all the old clothes and wear then on the trip and then discard them at the end of the day. By the time I get home, I will have no clothes in my bags, maybe a souvenir or two but no dirty clothes. Your load gets a little bit light each day.

Eric

07.17.2020

Road Trip Mistakes - 5 Errors You Might Make On Your Next Trip

Duffle bag
I've found that if I stuff a duffle bag full of softer stuff, I can strap it on to the rear seat, mainly so I have something to lean against on that long trip, like the 8,200 mile trip from L.A. to North Carolina last September. It also frees up trunk space. I had enough room for a tent, sleeping bag, and a gallon of gas, just in case. Luckily, I didn't need any of those 3. When stopping at a restaurant, I can keep an eye on that bag, or take it in with me. Another important one, especially through hot areas is a cup holder. I can't tell you how many times I filled it with McDonald's ice coffee. BTW, I had a perfect trip there and back.

Russell

07.03.2020

How-To Do An Oil Change On The 2018+ Gold Wing DCT

Change your own oil
Why take your bike to a dealer with the money you pay the dealer you could buy Fred’s videos and still be paying less then you would pay your dealer to change it.. Fred’s videos have taught me so much and have saved me hundreds if not thousands of $$

Russell

07.03.2020

How To Install Muth Signal Mirrors on the 2018+ Gold Wing

Installed
I installed the Muth Mirrors using Fred’s video. Fred once again made it so easy. Fred has saved me so much $$ with his videos and has made working on my bike so much easier and fun. And I have learned so much with his videos. Thanks Fred,
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