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Tips for New Motorcycle Owners

So, you are buying your first motorcycle. What do you need to know before you bring your bike home from the dealership? Before you enjoy the freedom of the open road on your first new bike, there are a few things you may want to consider. Take a Rider’s Course A motorcycle safety course can help build your confidence prior to purchasing your bike. Designed for novice riders, a safety course often waives your state’s motorcycle test as well as introduces you to basics of motorcycles. It can also help you decide which type of bike you purchase. Taking a course like this may result in your insurance company offering a discount on your premium, as well. Do a little online research to find novice courses near you. Gear Up Consider proper riding gear, even in warm weather.

Simple Steps to Trick Out Your Motorcycle

Motorcycle enthusiasts love riding the roads for hours, the wind in their faces and the miles both ahead and behind. Sitting in the saddle of your motorcycle can be your favorite place in the world. Whether you’re a weekend warrior or a hardened commuter, chances are you want more out of your bike than simply stellar performance on the road. You want it to stand out. Some motorcycles are totally tricked out: low-riders with handlebars so high they look impossible to steer (also called “ape hangers”); sport bikes with super-low windscreens to create a streamlined moving bullet; and huge trikes with extra-fat tires. Each of these unique rides are often one of a kind and fit their riders to a tee. Customize Your Bike What can you do to trick out your ride?  The


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