Based on my personal experience and research, there is a world of difference between 100-105 F and 115 F in terms of how much water you need.
Answers to the technical questions in this month’s Workbench were provided by Stu Oltman, Wing World’s Senior Technical Editor.
For years, I’ve been working on a set of motorcycle techniques I call Fearless Riding. If you take five minutes to try the five experiments described below, you may discover a new way to control your bike at slow speeds.
When traveling on trikes, make sure enough time is allotted to talk about your machines and have pictures taken with others.
Hopefully this checklist (minus gear and personal items) gives you some guidance as you prepare for your own memorable road trip.
Arizona has a statewide program called “Touring Arizona” where you get a hanger bar by visiting Arizona landmarks and taking a cellphone picture in front of a list of those landmarks.
…great riding from the beautiful, historic downtown Huntsville to the Monte Sano State Park, and the weather was almost perfect – sunny and around 80 degrees.
Guided and self-guided tours on rented Gold Wings are available around the world. Other organizations provide motorcycle routes in their area…
As I rode the Wing along Westside Road, carving out corners, climbing up and going down the hills, and watching the beautiful scenery along with black bears, deer, California Bighorn Sheep, osprey and eagles along the route, the name Tail of the Ogopogo came to mind.
A Gold Wing Road Riders Association Member in Perth helped us a lot with all the paperwork, the immigration, the insurance, and the technical details…
…my shield fogged on my helmet and I could see or at least I thought I was seeing, little white stuff on the ground. So, I lifted my shield and got BB pellets at my face.
Summer will never be the same now that the newest big thing in motorcycle touring events is here.