Motorcycle Helmet Headsets

In the past few years motorcycle helmet headsets have now become mainstream amongst riders. My uncles and grandfather had headsets in their helmets since the early 1980s but outside of those on touring bikes, headsets were the exception instead of the rule. When I first acquired my Yamaha FJR1300 I looked into adding a J&M set up to the bike similar to what my uncle runs on his Gold Wing but elected not to bother. Why? Because by the time

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2017 KTM 690 Enduro R Review

Big thanks to Ride On Moto of Winchester, VA for allowing me to review the 2017 KTM 690 Enduro R. If there’s anything else you’d like to know be sure to ask me in the comments section. To see the bike in person please visit Ride on Moto. Ride on Moto 540-722-7100 4110 Valley Pike Winchester, VA 22602 http://www.rideonmoto.com

Mail Time Episode 3

Thank you to Touring MidWest, BigBadWoldMoto and Broncoride. Be sure to check below for links to their channels. Touring MidWest https://www.youtube.com/user/TouringMidwest BigBadWolfMoto https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6LebWcbiGHnW5zoKBZmuVQ Broncoride https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsiV7JTdgFVRJXGsY9AkIDA

I Wrote A Book

In this video I talk about my recently released book, Motorcyclist’s Guide To Travel while taking a Sunday ride on my KTM 1290 Super adventure.

Sub for Sub

Just a quick warning. This post will not be specifically about motorcycling. Instead, it will deal with YouTube. Since many of you who read this website, also follow me on YouTube, I figured it would still make sense to post here. What used to be every once in a while is now happening multiple times a week. As I’m replying to comments people have left on my YouTube videos, I come across the dreaded Sub for Sub request. I’m sure

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The Best $100 to Spend on your Motorcycle

In my opinion the best $100 you can spend on your motorcycle is buying the factory service/shop manual. I’m not talking about the little owner’s manual booklet that comes with the bike but instead the several hundred page and sometimes several pound book that shows you everything from the proper amount of throttle freeplay to how to remove the crankshaft. I own the service manual for each of the bikes in my garage and sometimes even hold on to them

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