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Watch Your Six with Better Fitting Motorcycle Mirrors

Watch Your Six with Better Fitting Motorcycle Mirrors

Posted on 25 Jul 2017 in Motorcycle, Powersports | 0 comments

Ryan

Ryan is one of the lucky ones who gets to combine their passion with work.He has enjoyed powersports his whole life and now gets to write about it.Ryan has been around the industry since starting to work at Dennis Kirk in High School and continues to enjoy learning and sharing aboutpowersports with others in his role in DK content.

Who has your back when you’re out riding?  Unfortunately, the answer is not really anyone.  Motorcycle riders need to have a heightened sense of awareness, especially with today’s distracted riders.  Knowing what’s around you at all times is crucial in keeping the rubber side down.  That includes what’s coming up behind as well.  But with the wrong mirrors, you could be oblivious to what is actually back there.  By choosing mirrors that best fit you and your bike, you can better watch your six to be able to get the hell out of Dodge if you need to. Motorcycle mirrors aren’t always at the top of everyone’s aftermarket list.  And many stock mirrors are chosen to best fit the “average” rider.  You’re not average, though, are you?  […]

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How to Change Wet Motorcycle Clutch Plates

Posted on 13 Jun 2017 in Motorcycle, Powersports | 1 comment

Ryan

Ryan is one of the lucky ones who gets to combine their passion with work.He has enjoyed powersports his whole life and now gets to write about it.Ryan has been around the industry since starting to work at Dennis Kirk in High School and continues to enjoy learning and sharing aboutpowersports with others in his role in DK content.

Your clutch.  You often don’t have to think about what’s going on down there.  Simply pull the lever, shift gears, and you’re on your merry way.  But when the clutch plates start to wear out, you will begin to take notice and wonder what really is happening under the clutch cover. Fortunately, fixing a wet clutch, found on many motorcycles and dirt bikes, is not too difficult of a task to complete on your own.  With the use of some common hand tools and a small part of an afternoon, you can have your clutch pack swapped out with a new one.  No need to have your bike sit in a shop and accrue those high rates that can eat into your gas money and riding time. So how do you know when it’s time […]

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Fresh New Harley Parts: Spring ’17

Posted on 21 Mar 2017 in Harley-Davidson, Powersports | 0 comments

Ryan

Ryan is one of the lucky ones who gets to combine their passion with work.He has enjoyed powersports his whole life and now gets to write about it.Ryan has been around the industry since starting to work at Dennis Kirk in High School and continues to enjoy learning and sharing aboutpowersports with others in his role in DK content.

Spring has sprung, Daytona Bike Week has now passed and we’re all ready to hit the open road.  With much of the country experiencing Parked Motorcycle Syndrome, the need to get on your bike is real.  If you still can’t get on your bike, though, you can still get into the swing of things by updating your ride.  Fortunately, this time of year is also when many of the new aftermarket Harley parts are released.  Just in time to get your bike ready for prime riding.  Listed below are some of the more interesting new parts that can make your a bit more fresh this summer. Magnum Handlebar & Cable/Line Kits One of the most common aftermarket upgrades is to swap out the stock handlebars for an aftermarket […]

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Klim Takes it to the Streets with New Motorcycle Helmets

Posted on 10 Feb 2017 in Powersports | 0 comments

Ryan

Ryan is one of the lucky ones who gets to combine their passion with work.He has enjoyed powersports his whole life and now gets to write about it.Ryan has been around the industry since starting to work at Dennis Kirk in High School and continues to enjoy learning and sharing aboutpowersports with others in his role in DK content.

You may be familiar with the brand Klim if you do any type of offroad riding, like snowmobiling or dirt bike riding.  Klim has built a reputation in the offroad world as the premium brand for apparel and helmets.  They limit themselves to producing only the highest of quality gear.  They are a company of hardcore riders who make gear that they would want to use.   Now, Klim has taken their passion to the streets.  With three new premium lids, they are positioning themselves in the upper echelon of street helmets.  All serious riders now have a Klim helmet to choose from, whether they are looking for a dual sport, modular or full face helmet   Before these helmets were released to the public, they went […]

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Go Automatic with the Rekluse EXP 3.0 Harley Centrifugal Clutch

Posted on 17 Jan 2017 in Harley-Davidson, Powersports | 0 comments

Ryan

Ryan is one of the lucky ones who gets to combine their passion with work.He has enjoyed powersports his whole life and now gets to write about it.Ryan has been around the industry since starting to work at Dennis Kirk in High School and continues to enjoy learning and sharing aboutpowersports with others in his role in DK content.

Riding in traffic sucks.  For one, you’re not experiencing what your bike is truly capable of.  But also, you’re clutch hand and forearm are working overtime to keep the bike rolling smoothly between stops.  For new riders, the stop and go can be terrifying.  Without having it mastered, stalling the bike at a busy intersection is a real fear. Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could meander through traffic without needing to pull the clutch lever in every time you come to a stop?  That dream can be a reality.  Clutch geniuses, Rekluse, have created the perfect solution for you.  The Rekluse EXP 3.0 kit is a godsend for beginner and experienced Harley riders alike. The EXP 3.0 clutch kit works as a centrifugal clutch, allowing the […]

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