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  • 12 Essential Items for Your Snowmobiling Survival Kit

    When it comes to snowmobiling, you have to be prepared for anything. One minute you're enjoying the pristine scenery and fresh powder, and the next minute you're faced with a broken-down, overturned, or stuck snowmobile. Having a survival kit can make all the difference if you're stranded due to a mechanical breakdown or an accident. Continue reading

  • The Dos and Don'ts of Motorcycling During Winter

    There are many good reasons that many people put their motorcycles in the garage during the winter months in favor of other methods of transportation. However, it is possible to safely ride your motorcycle during the winter months in many spots across the United States. If you decide to ride when the temperatures start dropping, follow these dos and don'ts.

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  • 7 Rules of Snowmobile Trail Etiquette for Riding in Groups

    Sure, you know how to ride your machine, how to accelerate over various types of terrain, and how to stop safely. But do you understand the rules of riding in groups and on trails where other outdoor enthusiasts share the pathways?

    There are seven rules that experienced riders may forget to teach new snowmobilers or that old riders themselves may simply forget over time. Beyond the basic personal-safety rules, there are community-oriented rules that serve to make winter sports enjoyable for the maximum number of people. Continue reading

  • How to Deal with Inclement Weather on a Motorcycle Ride

    You may plan the majority of your motorcycle trips for sunny days, but when you ride frequently you are likely to end up in a situation where you need to account for rain, snow, low visibility or other characteristics of inclement weather.

    For that reason, you should know how to deal with inclement weather while on your bike. Continue reading

  • Is a Leather or Textile Motorcycle Jacket Right for You?

    When you purchase motorcycle gear, you're shopping for more than just your signature statement look. Your gear also protects you against weather extremes, road rash and other potential hazards.

    One of the most important pieces of equipment you need when you ride is your jacket. In this blog, we compare the two most common motorcycle jacket materials: leather and textile.

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  • Breaking Into Motocross: Tips for Women

    In 1971, Kerri Kleid became the first woman to hold a professional motocross rider license. However, she was barred from racing when officials discovered she was a woman, and her license was revoked. Determined to compete, she won her license back in court. Her courageous move paved the way for other female motocross racers.

    As an aspiring woman motocross racer today, you don't face quite as many barriers as Kerri Kleid did. But getting into motocross as a woman can seem more difficult than it would be for a man. You may struggle to find appropriate motocross equipment, and you might not know where to turn for help to progress in the motocross field.

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  • Motorcycling This Summer? How to Keep Cool on Warm-Weather Rides

    Summer is one of the most popular seasons for motorcycle riding—enthusiasts participate in hundreds of rides in the United States during warm weather every year. However, summer can also be one of the most hazardous periods for motorcycle riders, especially those who take to the roads unprepared.

    In this blog, we provide tips for keeping cool and getting the most out of your summer rides, whether you plan to ride competitively or to travel the scenic route to your favorite camping spots. Continue reading

  • How to Clean Your Motocross Equipment

    After a high-paced motocross race, you feel like you're on top of the world. But your clothing and boots look a little worse for wear—actually, they're caked with mud and dirt.

    Fortunately, cleaning your motocross equipment isn't a difficult process. Follow these steps to remove the mud and restore your boots, clothing, and goggles to their former state. Continue reading

  • 6 Essential Tips for Your First Motorcycle Ride This Spring

    Along with baby birds and flowers in bloom, motorcycle riders taking to the road is one of the first signs of spring. If you're a new rider or are just out of practice, spring may be the perfect season to get out your bike and on the road.

    However, spring motorcycle travel also comes with a set of challenges unique to the season. In this blog, we list six crucial guidelines to help you stay safe and comfortable on your first ride this spring and on many rides to come before summer arrives. Continue reading

  • New ATV Rider? Here's What You Need to Know

    You've always wanted your own ATV. Maybe you imagine bringing it on family camping trips or off-roading adventures. Maybe you want to use it for work around your home or farm. Or maybe you hope to learn new jumps and tricks or prepare for a competition.

    Whatever your reason for buying an ATV, you're excited about the prospect of owning a new vehicle. But before you actually take the plunge and buy an ATV, there are a few important things you should be aware of. Continue reading

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