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Author Archives: Brad Zerbel

  • Mitas E-09 Motorcycle Tire Review

    Posted on Jpm3000000pmThu, 17 Mar 2016 15:19:05 +000016 4, 2016 by Brad Zerbel

    The E-09s are an aggressive, open-knobby tubeless tire for big adventure tourers. They are 80% dirt / 20% street, and that’s no exaggeration. They are superb on dirt roads, offering lots of bite even when the top layer is loose. In mud, they clean out better than most adventure tires. Riding my '05 R1200GS on [...]

    This post was posted in Motorcycle Gear Guides

  • Barkbusters Blizzard Handguards Review - Utility, Comfort, Easy Install

    Posted on Jpm2000000pmMon, 15 Feb 2016 15:41:37 +000016 4, 2016 by Brad Zerbel

    Truly Universal? The Blizzard handguards from Barkbusters are sold as a "universal" product. We wanted to see just how true this claim was, so we took a set and tried them on several staffers’ motorcycles and Twisted project bikes. We also wanted to test how well they do their job of keeping your hands warm. Read [...]

    This post was posted in Reviews

  • Increase Day and Nighttime Visibility with Auxiliary Lighting

    Posted on Jam10000000amFri, 09 Oct 2015 11:52:09 +000015 4, 2016 by Brad Zerbel

    What are two of the biggest safety concerns for motorcyclists? We vote for a) other drivers not seeing you; and b) riding in the dark with an inadequate headlight. That’s why auxiliary lighting is one of the best things you can buy to enhance your safety on a motorcycle, whether you’re riding on pavement or [...]

    This post was posted in Denali LED Lighting, New Products

  • What's in Your Tool Kit?

    Posted on Jpm9000000pmFri, 11 Sep 2015 16:48:24 +000015 4, 2016 by Brad Zerbel

    For some riders, a cell phone and credit card are the only tools they need. Unfortunately, they are also at the mercy of whoever they call to bail them out of their predicament. Besides, what if your cell phone has no reception where you've broken down? What then? Contents of my main tool bag and [...]

    This post was posted in Maintenance Tips, SW-MOTECH Bags-Connection

  • Adjustable Windscreens: Best Bang For the Buck

    Posted on Jpm8000000pmFri, 21 Aug 2015 14:22:10 +000015 4, 2016 by Brad Zerbel

    Some riders try out windshield after windshield, but never seem to find the right one. For most of us, one size does not fit all situations. Your wind protection needs can change depending on how fast you’re riding; the direction and strength of crosswinds; whether you’re sitting upright, leaning forward, or standing; and how much [...]

    This post was posted in MRA Motorcycle Windshields, Product Information & Installation Tutorials

  • Chill Out with the Right Cooling Vest

    Posted on Jpm8000000pmThu, 06 Aug 2015 15:39:51 +000015 4, 2016 by Brad Zerbel

    Keeping yourself cool on hot days is challenging enough – add in controlling your motorcycle or navigating unknown roads, and you may find yourself pushing your limits. Sweat is your body's built-in cooling system, but when sweat doesn't lower your core temperature enough, you're at risk for heat exhaustion and heat stroke.   Cooling vests help cool [...]

    This post was posted in Product Information & Installation Tutorials, Riding Gear

  • Observing Observed Trials

    Posted on Jpm8000000pmTue, 04 Aug 2015 13:33:53 +000015 4, 2016 by Brad Zerbel

    Last weekend the World Trials Championship came to Exeter, Rhode Island, home of Twisted Throttle. I'd seen trials on TV and as an exhibition at other motorcycle events, and I've even putted around on a real trials bike or two, but I'd never actually seen a trials competition in its natural habitat. With Twisted Throttle [...]

    This post was posted in Events, Rides & Riders

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