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How to Find a Number of Different Cool Motorcycles

Posted by on Oct 31, 2015 in Adventure Motorcycles, Bistro Racer, Motorcycling Tips |

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Finding cool motorcycles is a lot easier than what you might think. Thanks to the advice that a friend gave me, I was able to find quite a number of cool motorcycles.

There are many different ways that you can find such motorcycles, and some methods are better than others.

This article will help aspiring motorcyclists out in finding the motorcycle of that they’ve always wished for.


Search the Internet


A friend of mine told me that he exclusively looks for motorcycles on the Internet. According to him, the Internet is definitely the best place to look for when trying to find great designs for motorcycles. There are lots of amazing images on the Internet that showcase many of the coolest motorcycles that are currently out right now.


A simple search on the Internet with the right keywords will yield results of a number of very cool motorcycles. From there, a person will be able to find out about the many specific brands of motorcycles. He can then look at the top brands that offer cool motorcycles and perhaps inquire about each of them.


Know the Costs Involved and the Shipping Procedure


This is the tactic that I utilised so that I could purchase my own motorcycle. Indeed, I was looking at many cool photos of motorcycles on the Internet, until one particular model caught my eye. From there, I went ahead and inquired about the costs and shipping. Thankfully, the cost and shipping all fit my budget, so I purchased the motorcycle immediately.


Currently, the motorcycle that I am riding is this exact motorcycle that I’ve always wanted. It’s amazing to think that just by simply looking at motorcycles on the Internet, it led me to getting a great motorcycle that I could call my own.


I think that the Internet could be very helpful to anyone who wants to have a cool motorcycle. The truth is, there are so many truly wonderful motorcycles that are available right now. It’s just a matter of finding something that fits your requirements and budget as well.

The Best Motorcycling Tips

Posted by on Oct 17, 2015 in Motorcycling Tips |

Man seat on the motorcycle

If you want to ride your own motorcycle, there are things about it that you need learn. You will have to do your homework and learn about what it is like to ride, take care of and own a motorcycle. Riding a motorcycle takes a lot of preparation, as it is not safe to hit the road without the right skills and knowledge.

You need to learn how to ride and the rules of the road, which could be different when you’re driving a car. You will also need to secure a special licence and make sure you do everything according to the law.

Guarantee Your Safety

You should also know all about safety. You need the right safety equipment and gear to be able to protect yourself when on the road. You don’t want to suffer from serious injuries because you didn’t see the need to have motorcycle safety gear.

First, you should check if your bike has all the parts it needs to be able to function well. If it’s missing something, it could put you in danger. Next, you should make sure that you have a trusty helmet, which could protect your head in case of an accident.

Caring for your bike is also important. Be sure that it is well-maintained and that you have a place where you can store it.

Plan on How You Want to Use Your Motorcycle

Once you have mastered all of those, then you’re now ready to ride your motorcycle. It might be a good idea to find others who have motorcycles to hang out with you. You can search for great places to go or breathtaking roads to take for motorcyclists.

Some people ride for fun and others use it to get around town. The great thing is that you can do both depending on where you live and what you need your bike for. Take some time to figure out when you want to ride and how you want to use your bike.

Find the Motorcycle for You

If you have just started searching for a good motorcycle, make sure to check every shop possible; you want to find the right bike for you and your needs. There are a lot to choose from and they come in different price ranges. Stick to your budget and you won’t have to worry about spending too much money on it.

You can also spend time going to markets or fairs where other bikers meet so that you can talk to them about different bikes and riding. It is a great way to get to know others and to learn more about what it will be like to conquer the road with your motorbicycle.

Some of the best motorcycling tips will come from people who have been riding for a long time. Take advantage of the advice that they give you. It will go a long way in helping you have a good time when you are riding.

Café racer

Posted by on Jul 16, 2015 in Adventure Motorcycles, Bistro Racer, Motorcycling Tips |

More or less, a bistro racer is a cruiser that has been altered to race from a bistro to some other foreordained spot. The most renowned bistro (proclaimed caff) was the Ace Café in London.

Legend has it that bike riders would race from the bistro, subsequent to selecting a certain record on the duke box, and return before the record wrapped up. This accomplishment regularly required accomplishing ‘the ton’ or 100 mph.

Classic-Scene-1For the most part, it’s acknowledged that the Cafe Racer development began in the UK in the sixties with the “Ton-Up Boys” and British counterculture bikers. They adjusted their British and Italian bicycles to make them speedier and sleeker, with “clubman” bars, single seat transformations and deceived out engines that strived to move the bistro (or caff) racers to the enchantment ton. (The enchantment being one hundred miles 60 minutes!).


After World War II numerous in Europe and the UK searched out modest transport as their harmed economies recouped from that contention. Bikes were the best wager for some and littler bicycles were simple on the wallet. As these riders became more established, and their budgetary fortunes climbed, the thought of owning a bicycle turned out to be more a decision than a need and the magnificence days of the British cruiser industry were going full speed ahead.

In England amid the 60s, moderate cruisers that could accomplish the ton, were few and far between. For the normal specialist and bike proprietor, the main choice of getting the craved execution was to tune the bicycle with different hustling choices. Promptly accessible tuning parts made the errand simpler. Riders would include more parts as their financial plans permitted. As riders included more parts, a standard look started to emerge – the bistro racer look.

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For some riders, having the bistro racer look was sufficient. Be that as it may, when the business sector for tuning parts truly started to take off in the mid-’60s, the rundown of accessible and attractive parts developed. Other than motor tuning parts, various organizations started to deliver substitution seats and tanks.

These substitutions looked like the flow inclines in cruiser hustling: seats with mounds, and fiberglass tanks with spaces to clear clasp ons and the rider’s knees. More lavish aluminum adaptations were additionally accessible.


To include even more a dashing look, bistro racer proprietors started to fit a little handlebar mounted fairing (as seen on the Manx Norton racers). Full fairings were disregarded as these would conceal the wonderfully cleaned aluminum motor cases and cleared back chrome channels.

Albeit numerous riders fitted distinctive back stuns to enhance the treatment of their machines, the vital turning point of bistro racer improvement came when a Triumph Bonneville motor was fitted to a Norton featherbed undercarriage. Lovingly called the Tri-ton, this half and a half set new guidelines. By consolidating the best of the British motors and the best case, an urban legend was made.

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