However, fresh motorcycle tires need to be broken in before they offer optimal performance for your bike. Riding on fresh rubber the same way you would on your…

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There’s several reasons, but the main ones are: Visibility for cars – Cars are more likely to spot you when you are towards the center lane, and ESPECIALLY…

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Even though the overwhelming majority of motorcycles today use manual transmissions, there’s a growing segment of bikes that don’t require any shifting or clutch operation by the rider….

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Remember, you’ll need to have a valid driver’s license with a motorcycle endorsement on file to test ride here or to ride your new motorcycle home. What do…

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Ultimately both motorcycles and dirt bikes are designed to be ridden in the rain and leaving your bike out in the rain for one day probably won’t cause…

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Usually excluded from the standard auto insurance policy are motorcycles, mopeds, motor scooters, motor homes, snowmobiles, and most other recreational vehicles. However, all states require the purchase of…

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“Yes, a new rider can start on a 600cc sportbike. It is NOT RECOMMENDED!” Learning to ride is about sharpening your motorcycle skills in the safest manner possible….

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What’s the top speed of a 50cc moped? Most 50cc scooters come with a restricted engine, which limits the bike to a top speed of 30mph (48kph). However,…

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How do I stop my motorcycle from going smooth? Press down on the rear brake with your right foot. The rear brake lever is located in front of…

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If the moped has pedals on it, it works almost exactly like riding a bike. The rider presses their feet down on pedals and makes the gear they’re…

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