With a combined 375cc split between two motorcycles, Adrian and Ashley ride their little bikes to Niagara Falls for all kinds of silliness in the city of big water.Read More »
Twyn Rivers Dr.
You never know what you'll come across while motorcycling. I left in search of a cheap deal on some motorcycle gear, and found myself on a road with steep hills, sharp turns, a nice hairpin, and more. Welcome to Twyn Rivers Dr., one of the nicest roads for motorcycle rides a stone's throw from Toronto, Ontario.Read More »
Honda CBR-125R Review
The Honda CBR-125R is perfect for people who wish to have a motorcycle but are still somewhat hesitant about the size and power of the machine. The CBR-125R eases a person and allows them to feel a confidence when riding.Read More »
Forks Of The Credit Rd.
The most popular motorcycling road in the Greater Toronto Area, is historical and beautiful. Forks Of The Credit Road is a great motorcycle riding road just outside of Toronto. Just enjoy the ride, and be wary of OPP on weekends. During the week when traffic is quiet is when you can have some real fun.Read More »
How To: KYMCO Venox Exhaust Baffle Mod – Step by Step Instructions with Images
Please check out our KYMCO Venox - Exhaust Pipe Muffler Baffle Modification page for information on how to make your Venox sound louder and better. You'll find videos demonstrating the modification as well as how your bike will sound after the work is done (here).
The KYMCO Venox benefits from some nice thick exhaust pipes that accentuate the deep tune of the 90-degree V-Twin engine. It’s easy to make the bike sound even louder. You can really wake up the sound of the bike by modifying the baffles to let the exhaust escape more freely. This guide will walk you through the process in 5 Steps.
KYMCO Venox – Exhaust Pipe Muffler Baffle Modification
The KYMCO Venox's 90-degree V-Twin engine benefits from some nice fat exhaust pipes that help with the sound. The motorcycle can be made much louder by doing a modification to the exhaust pipes, involving some work playing with the baffles.Read More »
Interview with Sierra Snow
Sierra Snow is a talented singer who just released a song called Ride or Die. It's a catchy, guitar-driven song about her time in a motorcycle club. We sat down with her talk about it.Read More »
My Real #1 Online Dating Tip for Motorcyclists
The Number of Women Motorcyclists Have Doubled
Interview with Chris Gibbany
Interview with Sarah Merrell
Brockville to Montreal – Motorcycle Road Trip Day 3
Motorcycle road trip from Toronto to Quebec City. Today we're riding from Brockville Ontario to Montreal Quebec and exploring Montreal.Read More »
Exploring Brockville – Motorcycle Road Trip Day 2
Toronto To Brockville – Motorcycle Road Trip Day 1
What’s The Advantage Of A Gas-Charged Motorcycle Shock?
The main benefits of gas-powered motorcycle shocks are improved stability, control, performance, customization, and reduced heat. Here's how it all works.Read More »
BMW F700GS/F800GS Akrapovic Slip-On Exhaust Review
A review of the Akrapovic slip on exhaust pipe for BMW F650GS, F700GS, and F800GS motorcycles. Do you really gain more power and sound, while shaving off some weight? Let's find out!Read More »
Triumph Bonneville Motone Brake Light Upgrade
This Triumph Bonneville brake light kit from Motone is a great improve the look of your motorcycle! See how it looks & installs, and spoiler: it wasn't a perfect install!Read More »
Moto 100 Diagnostic Scan Tool: 5 Things I Loved And Hated
The OBDPROG Moto 100 is a motorcycle diagnostic scan tool for motorcycle maintenance DIYers. Here are five things I love and hate about mine.Read More »