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Dual-Sport Motorcycle Accessories Guide: Getting Started

Dual-Sport Motorcycle Accessories Guide: Getting Started

Maybe you’ve heard this from a “credible” source, but that doesn’t make it any less true: dual-sport motorcycles are awesome. Really, they are. If you don’t already know, you’ll soon discover that dual sports are not only great for finding fun off-road, they make great commuters and lightweight adventure bikes, too. But as good asRead more about Dual-Sport Motorcycle Accessories Guide: Getting Started[…]

First Ride: 2017 BMW G310R

First Ride: 2017 BMW G310R

BMW is now officially, completely, deadly serious about small-displacement motorcycles. At Twisted Throttle, we’re genuinely excited about this development because lightweight bikes are easier to ride, cheaper to buy, simpler to maintain. All good things when adventure is on your horizon. For 2017, BMW will have two small-engine motorcycles, the G310R roadster and the G310GS.Read more about First Ride: 2017 BMW G310R[…]

The Best Triumph Bonneville & T120 Motorcycle Accessories

The Best Triumph Bonneville & T120 Motorcycle Accessories

Say the name Triumph and most motorcycle enthusiasts finish the sentence with “Bonneville.” Historically, the Bonnie was a cutting-edge sportbike through the 1960s and was reborn in a modern form for the 2001 model year. It was so good—and has so many motorcycle accessories available for it—that Triumph kept the basic Bonnie and the T120Read more about The Best Triumph Bonneville & T120 Motorcycle Accessories[…]

Where Does It Hurt? How To Alleviate Pain From Motorcycle Riding

Where Does It Hurt? How To Alleviate Pain From Motorcycle Riding

Where Does It Hurt? Motorcycle ergonomics are notoriously fickle. What works for one rider may not for another, which is part of the reason you should take recommendations carefully. “That seat is a plank!” “I can’t sit on that bike for more than 20 minutes.” These might be true to those making the claim butRead more about Where Does It Hurt? How To Alleviate Pain From Motorcycle Riding[…]

Triumph Daytona 675: Best Motorcycle Accessories Guide

Triumph Daytona 675: Best Motorcycle Accessories Guide

Triumph’s Daytona 675 sportbike has been a fan favorite for quite some time, mixing razor-sharp handling with the charisma of a small-displacement three-cylinder engine. The current generation, introduced as a 2013 model, is light, focused, fun to ride. Its popularity fuels a wide range of motorcycle accessories, too, covering everything from hard luggage and integratedRead more about Triumph Daytona 675: Best Motorcycle Accessories Guide[…]

What To Look For In A Motorcycle Dry Bag – Stories From The Field

What To Look For In A Motorcycle Dry Bag – Stories From The Field

It’s been pouring down rain for hours. Under your motorcycle, the roads glisten even in the late-afternoon gloom but you’re warm and dry inside your waterproof riding gear. That’s great, but even better is the knowledge that you’ll arrive at the destination with everything you’ve packed for this epic trip totally dry as well. You’reRead more about What To Look For In A Motorcycle Dry Bag – Stories From The Field[…]

What Are The Best BMW Motorcycle Accessories?

What Are The Best BMW Motorcycle Accessories?

Travel and adventure are synonymous with BMW motorcycles, especially the round-the-world R 1200 GS. BMW’s adventure-touring machine is capable of crossing continents from the comfort of pavement or the “hard way,” climbing mountains and fording streams. The GS’s capabilities have created a massive range of motorcycle accessories from the top brands in the world. BuildingRead more about What Are The Best BMW Motorcycle Accessories?[…]

Motorcycle Crash Protection – Basic to Extreme – For Your Adventure Tourer

Motorcycle Crash Protection – Basic to Extreme – For Your Adventure Tourer

No one likes to crash. Not even your motorcycle, believe it or not, which is why crash protection is a vital part of building a durable adventure-touring machine. Logically, crash protection gear is designed to protect the parts of the motorcycle that would hit the ground in a slow-speed tip-over or even a moderate low-sideRead more about Motorcycle Crash Protection – Basic to Extreme – For Your Adventure Tourer[…]