6 Ways Drivers and Riders Can Get Along

Whether you realize it or not, many motorcycle accidents also involve automobiles. Especially during the summer months, all drivers – cars, trucks, and motorcycles – need to learn how to share the road. This endeavor involves taking protective measures and being alert. Partially as a result of the 2008 Recession, more motorcycles have ended up…

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Harley Davidson Recalls 27,000 2016 Models

At the end of July, Harley-Davidson announced its own recall concerning roughly 27,000 motorcycles over a defective clutch. The clutch of these 2016 models has trouble disengaging, which may cause unexpected movement and could increase the rider’s crash risk. Accidents or injuries have yet to be reported. However, reports indicate that this recall follows a…

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10 Tips for Planning a Safe Motorcycle Trip

By this time of year, you’ve already taken your bike out for a few short rides and possibly longer outings. As the warm weather intrigues most motorcyclists, the idea of a road trip crosses your mind. While now is the ideal time to take one, you never want to be unprepared when far from home….

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Promoting Safe Riding at Motorcycle Events

With the riding season well underway, some big events in Connecticut are getting closer. While many of us have been riding for years, there are new motorcyclists on the road every day. Some are just learning the rules of the road when riding a motorcycle and may not have the same level of experience that…

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Tips When Taking Your Motorcycle Out of Storage

It’s finally time to take your motorcycle out of storage and go for a ride. However, you can’t just throw off the cover, roll it out of the garage and head out on the road. While you likely winterized your vehicle back in November, it still needs to be inspected and possibly have some maintenance…

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