Savvy Motorcyclist E-zine gives you practical information and stories about motorcycles and riding presented with an enjoyable delivery.
Each month I reach into my years of experience as a motorcycle rider and enthusiast, and into current information about riding and products for riders.
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What it feels like when one of your tires is suddenly losing air and what to do about it.
Most motorcycle jackets are made of leather, synthetic materials or cotton denim. Which one best suits you and the way you ride?
I was on the back roads of Maine and pushing hard to reach my destination when I saw a ghost. Or did I?
With the right clothes you can stay toasty, keep riding when the weather turns cold and enjoy less crowded roads.
The weather isn't the only thing you should consider when you go riding. Make sure your head's straight.
Here's the answer I gave to a friend who was thinking about buying a motorcycle.
You don't want to get stuck on the road with someone who takes your mind off your driving and makes your trip tedious...and maybe even dangerous.
Use "target fixation" to put your motorcycle on the right path and avoid trouble.
If you ride a motorcycle, chances are you'll eventually get stuck or experience some sort of trouble on the road. It's happened to me a bunch of times, and I've benefited from the kindness of strangers who have stepped up to give me a hand.
Roadside diners are an American phenomenon. They draw motorcycle riders to them with no-nonsense menus, easy atmosphere, convenient locations and late hours. Here's their story.
My pleasant ride on a woodland road through a state park would have been ruined big time if a guy on a Harley hadn't warned me of trouble ahead. His simple gesture was enough to put me on guard.
I came across an isolated grave in a country cemetery near the Delaware River in northern New Jersey. For some unknown reason, people are drawn to this grave of a young girl who died in this area well over 150 years ago.
Year's ago, a riding friend and I camped out in a closed-off and isolated lookout area in Yellowstone National Park. The experienced captured, for me, lots of what motorcycle riding is all about.
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