Harley Davidson Accessories for Safety: What Should I Do?

Safety when riding your Harley-Davidson motorcycle must be the number-one priority. The reasons are many and obvious. Riders often travel at high speed and yet they do not have the protection of an automobile or truck body around them. Exposed to Nature’s elements and to the potential of an accident, Harley-Davidson owners require safety gear, […] More »

  Comments | By - February 3, 2010

Harley Motorcycle Security Options: Don’t get stolen!

Harley Davidson motorcycles are among the least likely to be stolen, according to the latest insurance reports. (The most-likely-to-be-stolen motorcycles are small displacement “crotch rocket”-type motorcycles preferred by a younger group of riders. In addition to being owned by more mature riders, the larger, heavier Harley-Davidsons are simply more difficult to steal because of their […] More »

  Comments | By - January 29, 2010

Harley Davidson Accessories Guide – Accessories For Storage

Storage options for a Harley Motorcycle are much more diverse and easy-to-manage than many might think.  Long rides out through the mountains or desert can easily mean the need to have a little more room for food or personal items.  Don’t get caught out in the middle of nowhere because you didn’t have enough room […] More »

  Comments | By - January 28, 2010

Harley Davidson Maintenance — Repair Tank Dents

Repairing a dent in a Harley-Davidson motorcycle gas tank is different from using PDR techniques to repair a dent on a metal car body. Firstly, the metal is heavier and thicker. This makes the dent more difficult to manipulate. Also there is a large amount of pressure going to the outside of the tank. This […] More »

  Comments | By - January 20, 2010

Harley Davidson Review — Passenger Safety

When you are considering being a passenger on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, there are many things to consider. Number one is safety. You deserve to know about the driver’s knowledge and experience. (For convenience, this article will address the driver as male.) It is your right to know who is doing the driving. He should be […] More »

  Comments | By - January 19, 2010

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