Supermoto motard motorcycle

Supermoto motard motorcycles buyer’s guide

Supermoto or motard motorcycles can be great for commuting, so power is not the critical feature when selecting motards. As with any motorcycle, what matters is how you comfortable you feel on it and whether the bike caters to your riding needs.

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Shinya Kimura's 1915 Indian C3 motorcycle in Cannonball Run 2010

Motorcycle Cannonball Run at Pat Rogers Harley-Davidson

The motorcycle cannonball event allowed me to see several pre-1916 motorcycles. To see these antique motorcycles actually running with their riders and the hundreds of motorcycle fans was this was truly a special event to witness.

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Victory trike motorcycle from Lehman Trikes

Trike Motorcycles and Conversion Kits

Trike motorcycles are really getting better as manufacturers are making better engineered conversion kits, more attractive body panels and more dealers networks to build, support and service trike motorcycles.

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Magnolia Pointe at Myrtlewood golf club in Myrtle Beach South Carolina

Myrtle Beach vacation without motorcycle

We stayed at a 3 bedroom condo at Myrtlewood golf club just a mile or so from the ocean on the north side of Myrtle Beach. There was plenty of space to relax with flat screens in each bedroom and the family room, a full kitchen, and comfortable furniture. No motorcycles allowed at the condo though.

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Power Commander lcd screen for motorcycles

Power Commander for motorcycle performance

A Power Commander is used for altering the electronic “brain” that controls the way your motorcycle runs. It is used for controlling the fuel and ignition curves that make your engine perform. Normally, the motorcycle manufacturer’s program is optimized for things like fuel efficiency, exhaust emissions standards compliance, performance for typical street cruising rpm, and to function well with all the factory engine system components, including semi-restricted air intake flow, and semi-restrictive exhaust flow, etc.

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