As a motorcyclist who drives a car, when pulling out into traffic, I have gotten into the habit of leaning forward while looking left the second time.
Answers to the technical questions in this month’s Workbench were provided by Stu Oltman, Wing World’s Senior Technical Editor.
For GWRRA Members Only Each month this year, we are sharing details about one of the many benefits that come with your GWRRA membership and explaining how the benefit works. We have realized that many of you are not aware of the numerous benefits provided with your membership. For February, we will look at all… Read more »
Installing a CB on an 1800 When I bought my 2012 GL1800, the CB radio was a factory option that listed for $1,100. I thought that was a bit pricey since I knew that the bike was prewired for the CB radio, and the controls were already present on the handlebars. In fact, since the… Read more »
Preparing your motorcycle is one aspect to entering a bike show, but it is also a good idea to know how they judge the motorcycle.
A color that looked close to a match inside was nowhere near the right color in direct sunlight.
Reno by Way of Beantown: Boston to Reno, Nevada The Northeast corner of the United States holds some of America’s richest history and features incredible landmarks that most of us only read about in textbooks when we were kids. Boston, specifically, is a magnet to history buffs as it features the Freedom Trail — a… East Coast Exploration”>Read more »
Why is sidewall stiffness such an issue? It’s mainly due to a phenomenon known as camber thrust…
This place isn’t some sort of mirage or some far off mythical paradise — The 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa is the real deal.
A few months ago we had a shiny and new GL1800 sitting in the front lobby of the Home Office, ready to find a new home.
This trek takes us through some of Oklahoma and Arkansas’ most beautiful scenery. There are hills and curves everywhere, plus multiple turnouts for pictures.
Become a safer rider with a little reverse engineering. As safe riders, we understand that we could be safer. When we get on a motorcycle, we need to do so with the correct mental attitude and a mindset that is fully ready to ride. Along with proper riding gear — which is a must —… Read more »