Manufacturers like Harley-Davidson and Honda are constantly improving electric motorcycle regenerative braking. Find out what they're up to.Read More »
Jefe Smith breathes new life to his Harley-Davidson Twin Cam and makes it better than ever. Here's how he did it and how it all worked out.Read More »
The prevailing belief is that during the first months of pregnancy you can do sports and thus ride a motorcycle. I decided to expand on this topic and say more about it.Read More »
The Many Motorcycles of Michael Scott.
Michael Scott has owned many motorcycles in his 57+ years riding. Others have owned more motorcycles than him, but no one has had as much fun!
A quick few words of appreciation to you guys who, nine years later, continue to check out and support this website. You're the best!Read More »
Yesterday I had an email from a customer who was delighted to be getting her motorcycle helmet shipped from YouMotorcycle.com/shop – she had spent hours trying to find the right helmet, and we had it. In her email she thanked ...Read More »
Got a comment in from Ronald H. Ronald decided it was time to get back riding again after a 25 year hiatus. He turned to a motorcycle training school thinking that it was the right move to help him get ...Read More »
Generally we like the feedback we get from the site. Unfortunately, we get some strange emails sent in sometimes too. Like the one that bicycle freak Michael K. sent us.
Michael has a website dedicated to his happiness of bicycle riding. This may or may not have something to do with why he can't seem to understand what skulls and wings have to do with motorcycling. He seemed to imply that the use of skulls and wings in the YouMotorcycle logo was "perhaps for your blog to appear "bad ass" enough to entice the "tattoo crowd"?"
Michael, the truth is about to set you free. Skulls and wings have as much to do with motorcycling, as squished manhood and one piece spandex unitards have to do with bicycling. In fact, skulls and wings have been tied to motorcycling for generations already. Allow me to explain...
I'm glad to produce a website that benefits motorcyclists new and old. If YouMotorcycle has helped you, informed you, or at the very least, entertained you, then I'm a happy guy. You're welcome to share the posts with anyone you feel could also benefit from the site, or find your own way to make the world a better place.Read More »
One of our longtime readers, Michael Scott emailed us his two 'golden rules' of staying alive on a bike:
2. Be seen
Sometimes alternately expressed as Situational Awareness and Conspicuity.