How Does A Tyre Pressure Monitor Work

As the number of motorcyclists increases, more safety systems have been gradually been added to motorcycles. In recent times, tyre pressure monitoring systems have been increasingly common as an OEM feature. However, if your motorcycle does not have one equipped, fret not, as there are aftermarket options that can be retrofitted! Being able to know …

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Motorcycle Luggage Options

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Some of us own a motorcycle as a weekend ride, while others use one as a main means of transport. Either way, a situation may arise where we will have to carry additional baggage, be it grocery or running errands. Of course, the simplest solution will be to carry a backpack! But if you have …

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How to install a Motorcycle Camera?

Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, meaning I get a commission if you decide to make a purchase through my links, at no cost to you. First and foremost, some of you may still be on the fence deciding whether to get a motorcycle dashcam installed, wondering “Why would I need a motorcycle dashcam?” …

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How To Align Motorcycle Wheels

Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, meaning I get a commission if you decide to make a purchase through my links, at no cost to you. Have you been feeling that your motorcycle handling feels slightly off? Are your front and rear tires not wearing equally? Hearing odd sounds from your chain and sprockets? …

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Motorcycle Brake Pad Comparison

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Choosing the right brake pads for your motorcycle can be confusing, but fret not!We will cover all there is to know about them for you to make the right choice. Types of Brake Pads Sintered Brake Pads Organic Brake Pads Semi-Sintered Brake Pads Sintered brake pads are made of compressed metallic particles. They are by …

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Time To Get Ready For Riding Season!

Getting ready to hit the roads again after an agonizingly long period without your beloved motorcycle? Make sure your ride is in proper condition before doing so! Batteries It is good practice to disconnect the batteries, or hook them up to a battery tender when your motorcycle is stored for extended periods. In the scenario …

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