Progressive 444 Series Shocks for Tri-Glide

Sep 08, 2015 View Comments by

Aftermarket Trike Suspension – In the crowded motorcycle aftermarket often times trikes get overlooked. Usually this is because trikes are, for the most part, somewhat aftermarket themselves. There’s a wide variety of manufacturers supplying trike kits for two wheelers like Gold Wings, Harleys, BMWs, and others. Harely-Davidson, on the other hand, offers two trikes right […]

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Insight Into Preloading

Mar 18, 2015 View Comments by

As those of us who ride know, motorcycles and cars are completely different animals. Each can be tamed, but the bikes tend to bite harder. We, the operators, have the final say on the safety of our machines prior to a ride. Without all the steel, belts, and bags of a car, motorcyclists are more […]

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MotoMojo: Setting Suspension Height

Mar 04, 2015 View Comments by

Many folks ride their motorcycles and never give a thought to setting up their suspension to match the weight carried on it. A few minutes spent measuring and adjusting your suspension’s spring preload can yield great results, with improved riding and handling. Street motorcycle suspensions are designed to sit with about 25-30 percent of their […]

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Motorcycle Safety: Taking a Breather

Jan 31, 2015 View Comments by

Here’s the situation: the sun is shining, and you’re carving your way down a beautiful mountain road. The curves are exhilarating and plentiful. It’s a perfect riding day. You’re humming along having a blast when you slice around yet another spectacular bend and run straight into a bunch of gravel deposited by the previous day’s […]

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