Most people you’ll meet on the road riding in America are wonderful – helpful, friendly, happy to meet you and really pleased you’ve come here to experience the USA. You’ll feel safe most everywhere you go. Unfortunately, no matter where you travel in the world, there are some people who take advantage of others.
What you should check before every ride. Even is just 10 minutes ride.
Humans are competitive, and we like a challenge. Whether it’s mental or physical, we want to do what we believe can’t be done. Or at least done easily. If you’ve never ridden cross-country, see the sites, and find the best, hidden diners along the way, you’ve never experienced an extreme endurance ride like the Iron Butt Challenge. It’s a grueling ride starting at 1,000 miles minimum in 24 hours.
Here are 10 things you should do before riding your motorcycle to: A) Keep your bike in top running condition, and B) To keep you from getting stranded on the side of the road.
Whether you ride a bag-equipped cruiser, an all-out adventure bike, or a classic tourer, it is very likely that one day you will take to the road for a long trip.
Camping Checklist (and a few great tips!)
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packing for your motorcycle trip: what to bring
Since they can’t rely on the ample space of a car, motorcyclists have to pack efficiently (and sometimes a bit creatively).
1. Weather-appropriate gear
Depending on the month, you’ll want gear to deal with the sun and heat (cool neck wrap, sunglasses, sunscreen), the cold and rain (gloves, long underwear, heated vest liner, waterproof outerwear, etc.), or often both. Continue reading “24 tips to prepare for a long-distance motorcycle ride”