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Get Rid of the Crust with Moose Dirt Foam

Posted on 28 Sep 2015 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.

Crusty.  That’s a word that describes a lot of machines at this point in the year.  After all, who really wants to take the time to scrub down their steed after a long day of riding?  The mud and bugs get caked on and your ride becomes crusty.  It’s not appealing and it’s not good for your paint, seals, bearings and more. At some point, you do have to clean it, though.  And of course, we all love power.  Many of us wheel out the pressure washer to blast all of the crud off.  It’s fast and fun.  But it can also be damaging.  Aside from ripping off your nice graphics and stickers, getting overzealous and careless with a pressure washer can wreak havoc on your bearings, […]

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Riding on Air: Legend Air Suspension for Harley

Posted on 10 Sep 2015 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.

You’ve spent countless hours fine-tuning your Harley’s suspension sag to give you the perfect ride- smooth and responsive.  And then your lady friend says she wants to go for a long ride with fully packed luggage.  Suddenly, your sweet suspension set-up that was great for just you is now too soft for the both of you. Or maybe you’re on the other side.  Tuning the suspension is too much work and you just don’t want to tackle it.  You’ve accepted the fact that your shocks are set too hard or too soft.  Any riding is good riding, right? Sure, you can make it work with your standard coil-over springs, but it’s not the best option.  Rear air suspension kits can give you a level precision and versatility […]

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Stay Warm with a Motorcycle Seat Heating Kit

Posted on 02 Sep 2015 in Motorcycle | 3 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.

It almost hurts to write this, but fall is right around the corner.  The days of comfortable riding temps are numbered for us northern riders as the mercury continues to drop.  But, on the other hand, hopping on your bike in the fall can be some of the best riding with the backroads becoming a collage of reds and oranges.  The trick to really enjoying a fall ride is to stay warm and comfortable as the seasons change. Getting insulated gear is a great start, but sometimes it’s just not enough.  Heated seats are a great way to add some warmth, but they’re not for everyone, especially with the price tags that they can carry.  Plus, not everyone wants to change the seat that they have on […]

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