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15 April, 2014 - Review: 2014 Vespa GTS 300 ie Touring - Cities and Fields Hornet
Review 2014 Vespa GTS 300 Touring
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#Review #Vespa #Scooter - A detailed review of the 2014 Vespa GTS 300 ie Touring - Cities and Fields Hornet

A French review and take on this Vespa scooter.


14 April, 2014 - Review: 2014 Honda VFR 800 - An Admirable Ship
Review 2014 Honda VFR 800
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#Review #Honda - A detailed review of the 2014 Honda VFR 800 motorcycle - An Admirable Ship. Here is a French site's view of this iconic bike.


9 April, 2014 - Review: 2014 Honda CB 650 F - While Waiting For The New Hornet
Review 2014 Honda CB 650 F
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#Review #Honda - A detailed review of the 2014 Honda CB 650 F - While Waiting For The New Hornet


26 March, 2014 - Review: 2014 Honda CTX 1300 - GT-Cruiser of the 3rd Kind
Review 2014 Honda CTX 1300
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#Review #Honda- A detailed review of the 2014 Honda CTX 1300 motorcycle - A GT-Cruiser of the 3rd Kind


18 March, 2014 - Review: 2014 KTM 1190 Adventure with MSC - Controlled Cornering
Review 2014 KTM 1190 Adventure
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#Review #KTM - A detailed review of the 2014 KTM 1190 Adventure motorcycle with MSC.

Controlled corning!


11 March, 2014 - Review: Piaggio Fly 125 3V - Chic and Low Cost Scooter
Review 2014 Piaggio Fly 125
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#Review #Piaggio #Scooter- A detailed review of the 2014 Piaggio Fly 125 3V scooter, a chic and low cost scooter.


10 March, 2014 - Review: SKK - Squee-Kee-Kleen
Squee Kee Kleen
Squee Kee Kleen
#Review #SKK #Squee-Kee-Kleen - A review of the SKK Squee-Kee-Kleen portable (mini) squeegee for motorcycles.

Easily clean your windshield, mirrors and helmet. Easy.


28 February, 2014 - Review: Vespa GTS 125 Super ie - La Dolce Vita version Grand Tourism
Review 2014 Vespa GTS 125 Super
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#Review #Vespa #Scooter- A detailed review of the 2014 Vespa GTS 125 Super ie scooter. La Dolce Vita version Grand Tourism


25 February, 2014 - Review: 2014 Yamaha XT 1200 ZE Super Tenere - A Slipper With Character
Review 2014 Yamaha XT 1200 ZE Super Tenere
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#Review #Yamaha- A detailed review of the 2014 Yamaha XT 1200 ZE Super Tenere motorcycle - A slipper with character.


24 February, 2014 - Review: BMW R 1200 GS Adventure - The Long Distance GS
Review 2014 BMW R1200GS Adventure
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#Review #BMW #R1200GS-A- A detailed review of the 2014 BMW R 1200 GS Adventure - The Long Distance GS motorcycle.


21 February, 2014 - Review: Kawasaki ZX-6R - The Ballerina Boxer
Review 2014 Kawasaki ZX 6R 636
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#Review #Kawasaki- A detailed review of the 2014 Kawasaki ZX-6R motorcycle - A Ballerina Boxer.


20 February, 2014 - Review: Piaggio X10 125 - The Biggest of Small Scooters
Review Piaggio X10 125
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#Piaggio #Scooter #Review - A detailed review and test of the Piaggio X10 125 scooter - the biggest of small scooters.


7 February, 2014 - Review: Yamaha MT-07
Review 2014 Yamaha MT 07
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#Review #Yamaha - A detailed review of the2014 Yamaha MT-07 motorcycle - the Tuning Fork's Bicyclinder .


3 February, 2014 - Mini Review: Brammo vs Zero Electric Motorcycles
Brammo vs Zero
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#Review #Zero #Brammo - Here is a mini review, comparing a Zero SR to a Brammo Empulse R electric motorcycle. Make your own conclusion; which electric bike is better?


27 January, 2014 - Mini Review: 2014 Zero SR - Electric Powerhouse
Review 2014 Zero SR
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#Review #Electric #Zero - Here is a mini review of the brand new 2014 Zero SR - an electric powerhouse.


20 January, 2014 - Review: BMW R1200RT - The New Reference for Sport Tourers
Review 2014 BMW R 1200 RT
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#Review #BMWR1200RT - A detailed review of the new BMW R1200RT motorcycle - The New Reference for Sport Tourers


17 January, 2014 - Review: Kawasaki J300 Scooter
Review Kawasaki J300 Scooter
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#Review #Kawasaki #J300 - A very detailed review of the brand new Kawasaki J300 scooter - 1st Kawasaki Maxi-Scooter Inspired by the Ninja and Z


6 January, 2014 - Review: Vespa Primavera 125
Review Vespa Primavera
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#Review #Vespa #Scooter - A detailed review of the Vespa 125cc Primavera scooter - a city flower!


20 December, 2013 - Review: 2014 Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade SP
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#Honda #Fireblade #Review - Here is the detailed review/test of the 2014 Honda CBR1000RR SP, aka Fireblade.


18 December, 2013 - Review: Piaggio MP3 Yourban 300 ie LT
Review piaggio mp3 yourban 300 ie lt
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#Review #Piaggio #Yourban - A detailed review of the three wheel scooter from Piaggio, the Yourban; a 300 cc urban wonder.


17 December, 2013 - Review: Suzuki DL V-Strom 1000 ABS
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#Review #Suzuki - The top French site, Le Repaire des Motards, have allowed us to translate their extensive motorcycle reviews/tests and publish them here. Here is the review of the new Suzuki DL V-Strom 1000 ABS motorcycle.


11 December, 2013 - Video: The Best and Most Honest Motorcycle Review, Ever!
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#Video #Review #Triumph - Now here is probably the BEST review of a motorcycle out there. It's brutally honest, funny and very well done. Have a look.


26 November, 2013 - Review: NoNoise - Love Your Hearing On Your Motorcycle
NoNoise Earplugs
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#NoNoise #Earplugs - A product review of the NoNoise Earplugs - excellent earplugs for motorcycle riding (and other activities).


11 November, 2013 - Book Review: TT Full Throttle - An Excellent Read
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#Book #IOM-TT @nicolewintersya - A review of the book entitled "TT Full Throttle". This is ONE heck of a great book. If you are into motorcycles, racing and in particular the Isle of Man TT, then get this book. You will not be disappointed. Highly recommendable.


15 August, 2013 - Review: Ferry Crossing With Motorcycle - Condor
Ferry Crossing on a motorcycle (Condor Ferry)
Ferry Crossing on a motorcycle (Condor Ferry)
#Ferry #Condor #Motorcycle #Travel - I realize that not many people actually use a ferry to cross water while on their motorcycle. Of course there are plenty of bikers who use them, maybe even daily, but I would say that the majority have not, or have never used a ferry. So here is a review of what it is like to use a ferry while you are on a motorcycle.

The ferry in question belongs to Condor Ferries, and the trip, St.Malo in France to Jersey Island in the UK, takes 1 hour and 20 minutes. The ferry is a fast catamaran which is not only very fast, but quite stable. Here is what it looks like when you arrive on a motorcycle...........

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11 July, 2013 - Product Review: Tyredog TPMS For Motorcycles
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TyreDog TPMS
#TPMS #TyreDog #Tires #Safety - Quite some time ago I reviewed a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) from Tire Watch. Since then, I have always had the TPMS on my motorcycles, since I'm lazy but safety conscious. I will check tires visually, but can not be bothered to put a pressure gauge to the tires unless I think they need adjustment. A TPMS is heaven sent, since it shows on a display what your tire pressures are.

And believe me, it is important to have the right tire pressure, and also remember that pressures change depending on the load; alone, with pillion and/or with cargo.

My Honda GL-1800 Gold Wing is of a year that doesn't incorporate a built-in TPMS, so I put one on. This time I opted for one from the Taiwanese company Tyredog. Technology has changed over the years, even in TPMS systems...........

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9 July, 2013 - Review: Riding The Zero DS Electric Motorcycle In A Rural Environment - Conclusion
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#electric #Zero #Review #Motorcycle - Conclusion and summary of riding a Zero DS electric motorcycle in a rural environment

I had to bring back the Zero DS to the ATS dealer in Paris, unfortunately. I have had a lot of fun, although there were a few hiccups. Here is a detailed summary and conclusion of the test rides.


8 July, 2013 - Review: Zero DS Electric Motorcycle At A Concert - Day 7
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#electric #Zero #Review #Motorcycle - Day 7 of the Zero electric motorcycle review and test.

Today was the last day of testing, and to celebrate the occasion, I took the Zero DS to a concert. The band was the Rabeats, a Beatles tribute band, and in the process I tested night riding with the electric bike.


5 July, 2013 - Review: Zero DS Electric Motorcycle Long Distance Test - Day 6
Zero motorcycle at the Le Havre harbor
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#electric #Zero #Review #Motorcycle - Day 6 of the Zero electric motorcycle review and test.

Today was the day I was going to try a long distance ride on the electric bike. The plan was to ride to Le havre, a big harbor city, meaning I would have to ride 160 kilometers in total, more or less. But that was the plan. But as we know, plans change...........

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4 July, 2013 - Review: Zero DS Electric Motorcycle On A Railroad Run - Day 5
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#electric #Zero #Review #Motorcycle - Day 5 of the Zero electric motorcycle review and test.

I regularly need to go to the magazine's editorial offices, and often take the train. The train is some 45 kms from my house, through one of my favorite motorcycle roads; a valley with lots of twisting roads, river, watermills and beautiful nature.

Here are some photos and a video I made of the ride, plus my take on the ride.


3 July, 2013 - Review: SWMBO Tries The Zero DS Electric Motorcycle - Day 4
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#electric #Zero #Review #Motorcycle - Day 4 of the Zero electric motorcycle review and test.

Today my wife (SWMBO) took the electric motorcycle for a spin. Although she's had a full motorcycle license for a very long time, she's not exactly a biker who rides a lot. She rides around Normandy in a Suzuki VanVan, and she hasn't done that for 3 years, so a challenge and a good opportunity to see what a novice would do.


2 July, 2013 - Review: Zero Electric Motorcycle - Day 3 - Video Taping Ride
Zero motorcycle at a German WWII bunker
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#electric #Zero #Review #Motorcycle - Day 3 of the Zero electric motorcycle review and test.

Today was a day we went and videotaped the electric motorcycle riding through the French countryside. We visited a big castle, a German WWII bunker and drove down the cliffs to the closest city for some photos.

Afterwards, I tried the top speed of the bike..... ooops... just joking Mr. Police Officer.


1 July, 2013 - Review: Zero Electric Motorcycle - Day 2 - 70 Kms Ride
Zero motorcycle at a local airstrip
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#electric #Zero #Review #Motorcycle - Day 2 of the Zero electric motorcycle review and test.

Day 2 was to get more used to the electric motorcycle and do some local riding. Most of the ride was in Eco mode, and I stopped frequently to enjoy the scenery, and you can see several nice photos of what I saw.


28 June, 2013 - Review: Zero Electric Motorcycle - Day 1 - Hands On
The Zero DS at the beach
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#electric #Zero #Review #Motorcycle - Day 1 of the Zero electric motorcycle review and test.

Today was a get-to-know your motorcycle day. I'll be showing you a bit of the bike and the dashboard, and I've filmed a video of the bike doing the daily bread run, and comparing it with the previous video of the same run but on a BMW 1150GS. Wanna guess who won?


27 June, 2013 - Review: Zero Electric Motorcycle In A Rural Environment
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#electric #Zero #Review #Motorcycle - For the next 10 days or so I will be riding a Zero electric motorcycle in my neck of the woods (Normandy). The DS model (Dual-Sport) is probably the best suited for here since I've got loads of small roads and tractor tracks to go through.

But why is a rural environment different? Electric motorcycle are ideally suited for cities, since the motorcycles stop frequently for red lights or intersections, and every time you hit the brakes, it generates electricity, charging the batteries and thereby giving the rider more range. Speeds are lower in the city, so the battery consumption is not enormous. On the other hand, riding on motorways, usually what commuters do, drains batteries, and therefore the range is lower.

Rural riding is a bit in between both types. The closest town for my bread & croissants to where I live (I live in the "deep" country") is 5 kilometers from my house (including a steep hill). The closest small city is 30 kilometers away and the closest big city is 70 kilometers (note: I make a distinction between small city and big city by the number of McDonalds they have: 1 = a small city, 1+ = big city)...........

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21 June, 2013 - Product Review: Honda GL-1800 Gold Wing
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#Honda #GoldWing #Review - If you've been reading this site regularly, you'll known that I recently purchased a Honda Gold Wing. I didn't buy it new, since the price of a new Gold Wing exceeds any budget I might even dream of, but this 2006 GL-1800 was in perfect condition and had only 54,000 kilometers on the counter. It has all the options on the bike, and a warrantee of 6 months, plus the Honda Ocean dealer has taken in my even older BMW 1150GS.

For me that ended the story of telling you about it, but many of you asked me to write up a review of the Honda. So here it is.

I've always considered the Gold Wing a motorcycle I would buy when I retired (or close to it), and enjoy it for leisurely long distances rides with my SWMBO. Boy..... that was a mistake! If any of you think that the Honda Gold Wing is a slow moving sofa on two wheels, think again! It's fast, it's maneuverable, it's comfortable and it's very reliable...........

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10 April, 2013 - Review: StickNFind - Never Lose Your Motorcycle Keys
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Stick n Find Review
#StickNFind #Bluetooth #Gadget #Review - We mentioned this Indigogo crowd funding project last year, a product called StickNFind that allows you to find your lost objects with your smartphone. StickNFind are small buttons that you can stick on almost anything, like your dog, cat, luggage, keys, motorcycle helmet, etc, and then using your iPhone or Android phone locate it. The "stickers" can on command beep and/or light up a light in case you are having problems locating the object (or animal or kid).

I was so interested in the crowd funding project I subscribed to it, and true to their word, a package was brought in this week by the postman. Here is the detailed review...........

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24 January, 2013 - Product Review: Netatmo, Motorcycle Riding and Garages
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Working in a garage brings not only joy for accomplishing mechanical interventions yourself, but it can also bring danger. Although I was born with two left hands, making me incapable of performing some of the easiest mechanical adjustments (remember, I'm the guy who put paint in an engine instead of oil), I do at times need to work on my motorcycle. Easy things, like in the winter run the engine for some time to make sure that when spring arrives, the bike is ready to go.

And this is where a danger arrived last year. I had started my GS and was running it at idle, and spent some of the time cleaning the bike. Since it was freezing, I had closed the garage door. Stupid mistake. It was only after I had killed the engine and was working on something else in the garage that I noticed that I was feeling drowsy. You guessed it.... CO2.

Since then I have bought myself the Netatmo "gadget"..........

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10 January, 2013 - Review: GoGo Gear Biker Armored Hoodie
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I've already mentioned the fab GoGo Gear armored hoodie before when I discovered it. In fact, I liked the look of the hoodie so much I decided to splurge and buy one.

Ordering from GoGo gear is a pleasure, since it's not just fill in the form and hope it arrives. Arlene at GoGo gear actually looks at the orders to make sure everything is done right, and has no problems contacting you if she has a question, which was the case. Since I was ordering in Europe, and the site is American, clothing measures are different, and it's a good thing she checked the order if not I would have had a hoodie fitted like a tent rather than a proper fitting hoodie.

The biker hoodie is made for motorcycle riders. It has removable armor at the elbows, shoulders and back, and is lined with Kevlar. The Kevlar is important in case you decide to leave your motorcycle expectantly while riding. It greatly reduced the risk of the dreaded road rash.

There are three pockets, two on the outside, which can..........

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29 November, 2012 - Product Review: SENA SMH10 Bluetooth Communicator
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A guest detailed product review by Jonas Granberg, a Swedish national, of the flagship SENA Bluetooth communicator, the SMH10.

The SENA SMH10 is billed as a total communication devices, using Bluetooth 3.0, and allowing you to conference in 3 or 4 other bikers in a group. Its voice commands, stereo music and ease of use should make it excellent for motorcycle riders worldwide.

But is it? Here is Jonas' detailed review. ..........

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11 October, 2012 - Movie Review: Quadrophenia
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A review of the cult classical movie Quadrophenia, a movie based on the popualr rock opera of The Who (they produced the movie). It's not a musical, but there's a lot of music from that era.

It's a real biker movie, but not the kind you expect. There's a lot of motorcycle and scooter riding going on in the movie, since it's a struggle between the Mods and the Rockers. In this epic movie, you'll see front nudity (but all male), a lot of super customized scooters, motorcycles, a lot of fighting and drugs.

This is a highly recommended movie if you've never seen it before. It really shows the way things were in the mid-60's in the UK, the clash between two cultures, and the way the young men and women were trying to find their way.


26 July, 2012 - Review: Screaming Banshee - Super Loud Motorcycle Horn
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Sometime ago we mentioned this Kickstart project involving the Banshee motorcycle horn. It was the idea of an enterprising person in the USA that wanted to make a proper and safe horn for motorcycles. Motorcycle horns are notorious for being lame; sounding like a duck with a severe cold.

The Banshee horn, when pressed normally, would still sound like a duck, but when pressed a bit longer, it would blow the socks off that truck driver moving into your lane because he is busy watching TV while sending a SMS to his girlfriend. The horn also will flash your high beams, so people will also know where the danger is coming from. Great idea.

Well, the good new is that the Kickstarter project got fully funded, and the horn is being manufactured and sold. To mark the occasion, Screaming Banshee LLC, the company founded for this horn, sent me a version of their horn to test out........

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5 July, 2012 - Review: Sena SMH5 Bluetooth Communicator
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A review of the South Korean SENA SMH5 Bluetooth (3.0) communicator for motorcycles .

The SMH5 is a "basic" unit, allowing you to listen to music, operate your music remotely, talk to 4 other units (i.e. 4 other bikers and/or pillion), receive GPS instructions and phone calls.

Here's the detailed review and test of the unit.


28 June, 2012 - Review: Cardo Scala Rider G9 - Part 3 -The Test
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Part 3 (of 3) of a very detailed review of the Cardo Scala Rider G9 wireless communicator for motorcycles.

The G9 is an all-dancing, all-singing, Bluetooth communicator, that allows you to talk to a maximum of 8 other units, listen to music (including on-board FM/RDS radio), mobile phone, GPS and wired music players.

This part 3 reviews and test the G9.


28 June, 2012 - Review: Cardo Scala Rider G9 - Part 2 -Configuring
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Part 2 (of 3) of a very detailed review of the Cardo Scala Rider G9 wireless communicator for motorcycles.

The G9 is an all-dancing, all-singing, Bluetooth communicator, that allows you to talk to a maximum of 8 other units, listen to music (including on-board FM/RDS radio), mobile phone, GPS and wired music players.

This part 2 reviews the configuring of specific functions of the G9.


28 June, 2012 - Review: Cardo Scala Rider G9 - Part 1 -Installation
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Part 1 (of 3) of a very detailed review of the Cardo Scala Rider G9 wireless communicator for motorcycles.

The G9 is an all-dancing, all-singing, Bluetooth communicator, that allows you to talk to a maximum of 8 other units, listen to music (including on-board FM/RDS radio), mobile phone, GPS and wired music players.

This part 1 reviews the units and the installation (on a BMW EVO6 helmet).


14 June, 2012 - Movie Review: Priest
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A review of the post-apocalyptic sci-fi/vampire movie Priest. There's a lot of motorcycle riding around this movie, most of them are turbine equipped motorcycles.

The movie itself, though a bit Blade meets High Noon, is quite good and enjoyable.

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2 February, 2012 - Movier Review: Timerider
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Review of the movie entitled "Timerider: The Adventure of Lyle Swann", an honest-to-God Biker/Sci-Fi/Western movie. It's original, and reasonably good.

Image you are sent back into time, to the good old Western days, and all you have is your motocross motorcycle. That'll be fun...

All the usual suspects for a Western movie are there...


2 December, 2011 - France: Motorcycle Taxi Operator Tests The Victory 1700
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Motorcycle taxis usually use Honda Gold Wing as their workhorse, but since they are expensive to purchase, the operators are always looking for alternatives.

Here's one operator that has tested the Victory 1700 motorcycle. This is his view...


27 October, 2011 - Movie Review: The Silencer
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Review of the "biker" movie entitled "The Silencer". A B-movie about a women who rides her Harley motorcycle catching and killing men who make sex slaves, all the while she sheds her clothes at the drop of a hat.

The plot is reasonable, a bit far fetched, but the script itself is very bad, and the movie director should take up another job.


29 September, 2011 - Movie Review: Born To Ride
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Born To Ride is billed as a biker movie "a la" Easy Rider. Released in 2011, this 90 minutes long movie centers around two motorcycle riders heading for Sturgis but getting themselves in a lot of trouble.

The flick isn't bad, but it's not great either. It's a movie you'll want to see on a rainy Sunday when there's no football on the TV.


7 September, 2011 - Product Review: Scottoiler
A detailed review and installation process of the Scottoiler automatic motorcycle chain lubrication system.

It's not only for lazy or for forgetful people (like me), but also for motorcycles that are used often, or for those that are not used often. It works well, with little maintenance, just fill the reservoir up when it's empty.

Your motorcycle chain will thank you.


9 June, 2011 - Review: ACCELERATOR - Make Your BMW Motorcycle Go Faster
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Accelerator BMW
This is a detailed review of the ACCELERATOR, a nifty piece of equipment, low cost, that will make your BMW motorcycle accelerate faster, run more fuel efficient and change the personality of your motorcycle.

Installation is so simple, that even I could do it in a few seconds. Read the report, it's worth it...


1 June, 2011 - Review: Ducati Challenge HD for iPad
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You can't always be riding your motorcycle. Maybe there's a hurricane out there, or hell has frozen over. So for those days, we've tested the latest game app for the Apple iPad... Ducati Challenge HD.

A motorcycle racing game that can be played on an iPad or iPhone, and you get to ride the latest Ducati motorcycles, including their SuperBike. But you'll need to earn that right.

Fun game, fantastic graphics and sounds, and overall good fun.


31 March, 2011 - Review: "High On The Hog" by The Meanstreet Riders
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A review of the upcoming music album entitled "High on the Hog" by the Meanstreet Riders.

In a nutshell: very good and professional. Enjoyable.


30 March, 2011 - Product Review: Parisian Motorcycle Taxi
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Motorcycle Taxis are more and more popular in the big cities. To have a first person view, I sent my intrepid reporter, my wife, to try one out.

Here is her account.


3 February, 2011 - DVD Review: America Wild And Wacky - Sturgis
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An overview of the DVD documentary from the Smithsonian Networks called "America Wild And Wacky: Sturgis".

A look at Sturgis 2007 motorcycle rally. Good overview, specially for people who have never been.


27 January, 2011 - DVD Review: Hog Heaven - River Run Wild
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A review of the documentary "Hog Heaven: River Run Wild" - the Laughlin annual event for motorcycles.

They should be showing this DVD at film school.... on how NOT to make a documentary. If you look at it without any sound (highly recommended), you would not know where this was filmed.


13 January, 2011 - Book Review: Biker Chicz of North America
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A review of the book entitled "Biker Chicz of North America". A book about women who ride motorcycles.

It's not a novel, but an inspirational book for women about women who ride motorcycle.

Interesting and well written.


9 December, 2010 - Movie Review: City Limits
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A review of the 1984 Sci-Fi biker movie "City Limits" starring James Earl Jones and Kim Cattrall. Despite the names, it's still a B-movie, but not a bad one.

There are a lot of motorcycles in this movie, since it's two teenage motorcycle gangs that square off against each other and a third party using Mad Max style motorcycles.


2 December, 2010 - DVD Review: Hog Heaven: The Story Of The Harley-Davidson Empire
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A review of the History Channel DVD documentary "Hog Heaven: The Story Of The Harley-Davidson Empire". It's in fact two documentary, since there's an hour and 30 minutes bonus feature called Modern Marvels.

This is a very interesting documentary! High quality, well researched, and full of exceptional motorcycles, not only historical ones, but also modern day technology marvels (like Jay Leno's turbine motorcycle, the MT Y2K).

A high recommended DVD. No matter how much you already know about motorcycles, you'll learn something here.


25 November, 2010 - Movie Review: Hot Wax Zombies on Wheels
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Hot Wax Zombies on Wheels Scene
A review of the comedy/horror/biker/erotic movie "Hot Wax Zombies on Wheels". With a title like that you know you're not getting an Oscar winning performance.

But it does have everything a movie needs; lots of motorcycles, topless girls galore, a "funny" plot and some really bad acting.


18 November, 2010 - DVD Review: Harley-Davidson The Spirit Of America
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A quickly to be forgotten DVD documentary about Harley-Davidson motorcycles and the spirit of America.

Boring and pretty badly done, it's more about a dealer in Arizona than the spirit of Harley and America.


11 November, 2010 - Movie Review: 1990 Bronx Warriors
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A review of the sci-fi/biker flick "1990: The Bronx Warriors".

A truly cheesy movie, with over-acting, strange & weird people, and a lot of motorcycles, and I mean a lot. I love it.... perfect mindless movie. Who needs art?


21 October, 2010 - DVD Review: Outlaw Bikers
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A review of the National Geographic Channel documentary about the Hells Angels, and the (mostly) failed attempts by the police to bring them to court.

Interesting look at the Angels' culture and history, plus interviews with real members (including Sonny Barger), and with cops.


14 October, 2010 - DVD Review: One World Tour Europe
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A review of the documentary DVD "One World Tour". A tour of Europe by the makers of great motorcycle documentaries like Choppertown and Brittown.

The 6 weeks tour was to promote their documentaries, visiting places like London, Amsterdam, Paris, Stockholm, Hamburg, Barcelona and Venice (and a few more).

You not only get to see great motorcycles and their builders, but also a bit about the biker culture in Europe.


7 October, 2010 - Movie Review: Dawn Of The Dead
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A good low budget horror movie, with towards the end a lot of motorcycle action.

Despite being a horror/zombie movie, there are quite a few funny moments, intentional, or by accident.


30 September, 2010 - Movie Review: Voluptuous Biker Babes
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A review of the movie "Voluptuous Biker Babes". Don't let the title fool you, there are only two small scenes with a motorcycle in them, and you can't really call it a movie either.

Strange and weird "movie", not hard core Adult entertainment, but close. I got it sent, so I took the time to review it. Here's what I thought.


23 September, 2010 - Movie Review: Exit Speed
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A review of a decent movie, Exit Speed.

It's a movie where the motorcycle riders are the really bad guys (and gals), riding around on their crotch rockets high on meth.

Good plot, good acting and great motorcycle stunts.


16 September, 2010 - Movie Review: Rumble Fish
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Rumble Fish Cover
A review of the classic Francis Ford Coppola movie "Rumble Fish", starring Matt Dillon, Mickey Rourke, Diane Lane, Dennis Hopper, Nicolas Cage and Laurence Fishburne (when they were very young and just starting).

A very dark drama movie, filmed in black & white (2 scenes have some color), not your typical biker movie, though it's about a motorcycle rider's life (Mickey Rourke). Very well done, but a bit artsy.


9 September, 2010 - Movie Review: Samurai Vampire Bikers From Hell
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By far, world's worst movie, ever! And don't let the movie titles fool you, there's virtually no motorcycles in the movie, apart from the opening credits and in one short scene.

Painful to watch.


2 September, 2010 - Movie Review: Death Valley
Death Valley scene
Death Valley Cover
Review of the DVD movie called "Death Valley", base d on true events.

Again, the motorcycle riding gang are the bad guys, but this time the motorcycle gang don't ride choppers but dirt bikes.

Verdict: interesting movie, but a bit slow.


2 September, 2010 - Product Review: Raleri LCDrive Motorcycle Helmet Visor
Raleri LCDrive
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A detailed product review of Raleri's LCDrive, a LCD based motorcycle helmet visor that changes tint in nanoseconds when there is strong sunlight.

Verdict: Very impressive.


1 September, 2010 - Product Review: Raleri Photochromic Motorcycle Helmet Visor
Raleri PCShade
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A product review of the Raleri Chromatic motorcycle helmet visor, a visor that changes tint depending on the sun light.

A video of the visor working and a video showing you how to place the visor inside your helmet.

Summary: A remarkable visor that does exactly what it is supposed to do, and reasonably fast. Pretty good for its price.


26 August, 2010 - DVD Review: Hard Miles 2
Hard Miles 2
Iron Butt Owen Winning Route
A review of the DVD Documentary Hard Miles 2. A sequel to the Hard Miles DVD we reviewed last year.

The documentary brings you along some of the contestants of the 2009 Iron Butt Rally, riding a motorcycle for 11 days over 11,000 miles.

A very well done look at this grueling motorcycle rally, also know as a scavenger hunt on steroids.

Worth it...


29 July, 2010 - Movie Review: Killer Biker Chicks
Killer Biker Chicks scene
Killer Biker Chicks cover
This would count for the ultimate B-movie (in fact, they show the definition of B-movies at the start). It's got motorcycles, bare chested women, violence and barely no acting and the most cheesy and corny lines you can imagine.

It's so corny and strangely filmed that it's not only funny, but enjoyable. That is, if you're into B-Movies. Killer Biker Chicks is not a biker movie despite it having motorcycles.


22 July, 2010 - Movie Review: Angel Unchained
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A 1970 biker movie, where for a change, the motorcycle riders are mostly the good guys.

Not one of your best biker movies, but it's not bad. Obviously highly improbable, that a 1%-er gang goes and helps a hippie community fight against the town, but there you go, that's Hollywood for you.


8 July, 2010 - Movie Review: The Cycle Savages
Cycle Savages Scene
Cycle Savages Cover
A review of the motorcycle movie "The Cycle Savages". Another feeble attempt by Hollywood to portray all bikers are bad people.

Thin plot, lack of acting, lots of inconsistencies .... yuck!


1 July, 2010 - Movie Review: The Mini-Skirt Mob
The Mini Skirt Mob Scene
Mini Skirt Mob Cover
A review of the biker movie "The Mini-Skirt Mob".

Strange movie, not a biker movie in the classic sense. Lots of motorcycles, but a "gang" ran by women, but not the hard core biker style, but mini skirt clad girls.


24 June, 2010 - Movie Review: Chrome and Hot Leather
Chrome and hot leather scene
Chrome and Hot Leather cover
A review of the DVD movie "Chrome & Hot Leather" starring the hard core movie biker William Smith.

It's a motorcycle revenge story, with a bad gang of bikers, and four green berets on their Kawasaki 2-strokers.


17 June, 2010 - Movie Review: Roadside Prophets
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Cool and entertaining motorcycle movie from the 90's. It's a weird and surreal road movie, with lots of funny moments thanks to strange characters (played by a.o. David Carradine and John Cusack).

It's one of those movies that will entertain you and your family for 1 1/2 hour. Worth seeing it if you haven't seen it before.


10 June, 2010 - Movie Review: Northville Cemetery Massacre
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A good motorcycle movie, a real biker flick from the 70's.

Don't let the title fool you, it's not a horror movie, but a movie in which the motorcycle gang are the good guys, and the cops the bad guys.

Good plot, fun and lots of action, and of course lots of motorcycles.


3 June, 2010 - Movie Review: The Wild One
The Wild One Cover
The Wild One Scene
A classic, if not THE classic, motorcycle movie from Hollywood. They don't make'em like this anymore.

Here's a review of the classic biker movie, starring Marlon Brando and Lee Marvin. Acting, plots and stunts... no special effects.


27 May, 2010 - Movie Review: The Jesus Trip
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A review of the movie The Jesus Trip. Another cheap, trashy, biker exploitation movie from the 70's, with loud motorcycles, choppers & off road, no plot, very (and I mean very) bad picture quality, bad directing, no acting, only two names of people, no sex .... a real biker movie.


20 May, 2010 - DVD Review: The Hell On Wheels
2009 Hell On Wheels Cover
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A review of the DVD documentary "2009 The Hell on Wheels Moto Rally & Pin Up Beauty Pageant", distributed by ChopperTownNation.

Party, Music, Motorcycles, Girls... in other words, fun!


11 March, 2010 - Movie Review: Stone Cold
Stone Cold Cover
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A review of the movie "Stone Cold", featuring American Football star, Brian Bosworth in a decent movie.

The story-line is a bit old, but lots of motorcycles in this, good action, pretty girls and surprising scenes.

Just the way we like'em...


4 March, 2010 - Movie Review: Knightriders
Knightriders Cover
Knightriders scene
A review of the 1981 movie Knightriders, a real motorcycle movie, not this time centered around a 1%-er biker gang (though they are present), but about an entertainment group riding motorcycles, pretending to be knights.

It's quite a good movie, imaginative, and great acting by Ed Harris.


3 March, 2010 - Book Review: Motorcycle Dream Garages
Book Motorcycle Dream Garages
Book Motorcycle Dream Garages
A review of the coffee table book Motorcycle Dream Garages, a 192 page book full of beautiful photos of incredible garages and the precious motorcycles that live in them.

A must have book to feature on your living room table.


18 February, 2010 - Movie Review: Hell’s Belles
Hell's Belles Scene
A review of the 70's biker movie Hell's Belles.

A surprisingly good movie with lots of motorcycles riding off-road, good acting and a reasonably good plot.

But the title is misleading....


11 February, 2010 - Movie Review: The Wild Angels
Wild Angels Cover
Wild Angels Scene
A review of the movie "The Wild Angels" starring Peter Fonda and Nancy Sinatra.

A real 60's biker movie, featuring real Hells Angels on their Harley motorcycles.


4 February, 2010 - DVD Review: Two Wheel Terrors 2
Two Wheel Terrors 2 DVD Cover
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A review of the motorcycle documentary Two Wheel Terrors 2, a DVD full of choppers and cafe racers fooling around.

WARNING. Motorcycles were hurt during the filming of this documentary!


28 January, 2010 - Movie Review: Hell’s Angels ’69
Hell s Angels 69 DVD
Hell Angels 69 scene
A surprisingly good movie, with a nice, but thin, plot.

Major plus point of this movie is that it stars the real Hells Angels from Oakland including Sonny Barger himself as the leader.


21 January, 2010 - Movie Review: Hell’s Bloody Devils
Hell's Bloody Devils DVD Cover
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A review of the 1970 movie "Hell's Bloody Devils".

Despite the title, cover and trailer, it's not a biker flick, but a real movie, featuring a 1%-er motorcycle gang working for neo-Nazis.

Nice and entertaining movie.


14 January, 2010 - Movie Review: Run, Angel, Run
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A review of the biker movie "Run, Angel, Run!". A real B-Movie (B for Biker), featuring many motorcycles, topless women, tough men, and a paper thin script.

It was more about the motorcycles than acting, but the movie has its moments, even some funny ones.


7 January, 2010 - DVD Review: Let’s Riiide
LET'S RiiiDE DVD Cover
Here's the review of a DVD documentary called Let's Riiide. It's a great documentary about riding a motorcycle in California.

3.5 hours full of motorcycles, entertainment, motorcycles, humor, motorcycles, places to visit, motorcycles, places to eat, motorcycles, tracks, motorcycles, and a few motorcycles thrown in for good measure.

It's a great DVD if you're planning to go to California to ride a bike (they even tell you where to rent them), or just as a real documentary on what it is like riding a bike in SoCal.


15 December, 2009 - Movie Review: Stone
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Review of a very decent biker flick, Stone. It's Australian from 1974, with a lot of motorcycles, good characters, acting, and there's even a real plot.

The main biker gang has as only motorcycles, the Kawasaki 900. Kind of strange....

Good movie, worth it to have a look.


9 December, 2009 - Movie Review: The Last Riders
The Last Riders cover
The Last Riders scene
A review of the 1991 DVD "The Last Riders", starring Erik Estrada (from CHiPS fame).

Verdict: Cheesy movie, quickly written script (if there was one), lots of motorcycles and sexy girls.


8 December, 2009 - Movie Review: The Harbortown Bobber
The Harbortown Bobber cover
A review of One World Studio's motorcycle documentary, The Harbortown Bobber.

From the successful makes of Choppertown - The Sinners and Brittown, this documentary has a personal touch to it, since it involves a 2 year project by one of the studio's director, Scott. Transforming what is essentially a '69 Triumph frame into a full fledged bobber. Scoot goes to the guru and master of bike building, and gets his bobber built.

Very interesting documentary, specially for those that build, or want to build their own bike. It's a real step-by-step with loads of expert advise.


2 December, 2009 - Movie Review: The Loveless
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A review of the DVD movie "The Loveless" starring a very good William Dafoe.

It's not your typical biker/motorcycle flick with a bad script, nonexistent acting and bad filming. It's a real movie, but filmed in a Film Noir style, in other words, SLOOOOW and dark.

The story is pretty simple, a bunch of Harley-Davidson motorcycle riders are heading towards Daytona to see the races, stopping in a small hick town to repair one of the bikes. They get into all sorts of trouble.


27 November, 2009 - Movie Review: She-Devils On Wheels
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A review of the biker movie She-Devils on Wheels, a true B-slease motorcycle biker gang movie.

But this time the bad boys are girls! The Man-Eaters m/c is sooo bad, they even take away an ice-cream from a little girl, that's how bad they are!


20 November, 2009 - Movie Review: The Rebel Rousers
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A review of the DVD movie "The Rebel Rousers", starring Jack Nicholson before he became famous.

It's probably one of the worst movies I've seen, so bad, that I actually enjoyed it. But, if not nonexistent, script, bad acting, useless sound, worse-then-TV-picture-quality, old crappy motorcycles, you name it... everything to make a perfect biker movie.


4 November, 2009 - Movie Review: Hell Ride
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A review of the motorcycle movie Hell Ride from Quentin Tarantino.

In short, it's Kill Bill on wheels, or Sons of Anarchy on steroids. Motorcycles, blood, sex, blood, drugs, blood, booze, blood, sex, riding, blood, violence, sex, and lots of blood.

Great movie though...


28 October, 2009 - Movie Review: Icy Riders
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A review of the DVD documentary Icy Riders. A look at an incredible bunch of riders, competing in the world championship ice speedway racing in Sweden and Russia.

It's a real tough and hard world they live in, with motorcycle riders who think summer is boring, and can't wait for the first snow to fall. Bikes who race with 2.5 inch steel studs in their tires, no brakes and a rock hard icy surface.

See what this world is like....


21 September, 2009 - Product Review: KTM Epic
KTM logo
A detailed review of the KTM EPIC backpack for motorcycle riders.

In one word: FANTASTIC!


26 August, 2009 - Ridelicious - Catchy Motorcycle Music Single
Fellow motorcycle blogger, Sasha, has released a really nice single called Ridelicious.

A catchy song, great for when riding your motorcycle...


27 May, 2009 - Review: BikerCom - Ultimate Motorcycle Communication Gear? #3
BikerCom Control Box
BikerCom to iPhone phone call
Part 3 or 3 parts extensive product review of the BikerCom wireless communicator for motorcycles.

This last part deals with the testing of the equipment itself. Both solo and dual riding options, with phone, iPod, GPS and walkie-talkie.


27 May, 2009 - Review: BikerCom - Ultimate Motorcycle Communication Gear? #2
BikerCom Hub control unit
Part 2 or 3 parts extensive product review of the BikerCom wireless communicator for motorcycles.

This part deals with the setting up of the gear, and all its options. Lots of detailed and big sized photos, so let the article load.


27 May, 2009 - Review: BikerCom - Ultimate Motorcycle Communication Gear? #1
BikerCom box
Part 1 of 3 parts extensive product review of the BikerCom wireless communication gear for motorcycles.

BikerCom is a central hub type system, that out-of-the-box, connects you with your pillion, mobile phone, music, radar detector and walkie-talkie (for bike-to-bike). You can select wired or wireless, and you have many options in setting up your equipment.


25 May, 2009 - Review: MotoGP for iPhone
A product review of the Apple iPhone application MotoGP.

This is the official application provided by MotoGP, and you can "see" how a race progresses through live timing and commentary. Plus, there's a lot of interesting info for anyone interested by the MotoGP world and motorcycles.


18 March, 2009 - DVD Review: Free To Wander
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A review of the DVD entitled "Free to Wander".

It's a documentary of a bunch of guys who have produced their own choppers, some beautiful, some not, and ride for the pleasure of riding.

The DVD's main audience are chopper lovers, who love to see choppers riding, or being made.

A nice rainy Sunday afternoon DVD.


27 January, 2009 - Review: Nolan N103 Motorcycle Helmet With N-COM
Nolan 103 modules
Nolan logo
A very detailed product review of the Nolan 103 motorcycle helmet with N-COM Bluetooth.

A very good, if not excellent, helmet, with a very good wireless communication module (which can be purchased as wired or Bluetooth).

The review is very long, so if you decide to have a look, let it load.


20 January, 2009 - DVD Review: Hard Miles
DVD Hard Miles
Iron Butt motorcycle rally needs no introduction. Even a newbie knows what it is.

Here's a DVD documentary of the 2007 edition of this motorcycle extreme endurance rally, 11 days, 11,000 miles. Called "Hard Miles", the DVD documents the process and the efforts of riding a motorcycle in this rally.


25 November, 2008 - Book Review: Bodies In Motion
Bodies in Motion book
Here's a worthwhile book just in time for the Christmas season.

Ever get the question "WHY DO YOU RIDE THESE DANGEROUS MOTORCYCLES?". ? Apart from saying that you enjoy the freedom and air in the hair, you don't have much else to say...

Not anymore! Bodies in Motion is the scientific research in why we enjoy riding motorcycles.



29 September, 2008 - Book Review: Wind In My Face
Book cover Wind In My Face
A review of the book entitled "Wind In My Face" by Canadian author Dorothy Bush.

The book can be of interest to women who are thinking about starting to ride motorcycles in Canada.


3 September, 2008 - Review: ChatterBox XBi
ChatterBox XBi Bluetooth motorcycle communicator
ChatterBox logo
A complete and detailed review of the ChatterBox XBi Bluetooth communications device for motorcycles.

Bluetooth 2, Stereo, additional analog music input and intercom.


2 September, 2008 - Review: Sons of Anarchy TV Series
Ron Perlman
A review of the new TV series that airs this September the 3rd in the USA called "Sons of Anarchy".

It's a very watchable TV series about a biker gang in the US. It's not meant for motorcycle diehards, it's for the general public. And in that, it's very good.

Drama and action.... centered around "criminals" that ride motorcycles. And no, don't compare it with the Sopranos, it's not that kind of series.


29 July, 2008 - Review: Parrot SK4000 - Wireless Communications and Music for Motorcycles
Parrot SK4000 box
Detailed review of the Parrot SK4000 Bluetooth communication and entertainment device designed for motorcycles.

Full stereo music, FM Radio and Bluetooth mobile telephone. Includes a remote control located on the left handle bar.

Verdict: Interesting and well designed unit, with fantastic sound. A concert hall in your helmet! Too bad it's for one person only.


24 June, 2008 - Book Review: Dreaming of Jupiter
Ted Simon Dreaming of Jupiter book
It's not often that you get a sequel to a motorcycle adventure book, and it's rare, or even impossible, that the book is as good as the first. but in Ted Simon's case, he's proven the theory wrong!

In the 1970's Ted set out crisscrossing the world for 4 years on his Triumph motorcycle, and writing a classic book entitled "Jupiter's Travels". Now, AT 70 YEARS OF AGE, Ted is riding the same route again. 3 years later, 59,000 miles on a BMW GS, he's written the sequel "Dreaming of Jupiter".

This is one book you can not put down. Great for the summer vacation! Funny, entertaining, and most of all RESPECT!


22 April, 2008 - DVD Review: Brittown
Brittown DVD cover
Here's a review of the documentary DVD "Brittown", from the makers of Choppertown.

Nice movie about a bunch of bikers who wrench and ride English motorcycles; Triumph and BSA.

Good music, lots of interesting rides (dirt track, flat track....).


18 October, 2007 - Review: AKE Powercom/Bluetooth 101
AKE Powercom Innova
Here's our very long review of the AKE Powercom and Bluetooth Headset 101 communication products for motorcycles.

It's German, well built-, effective and not cheap. But it works like a charm, and you can add things to it on the fly.

Verdict: Very Good!


26 September, 2007 - d3o (Liquid Armor) Mini Review
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Charles, a motorcycle rider on a RTW trip from the UK to Australia is testing out the new d3o protection material. D3o is a gel like material that solidifies on impact (liquid armor).

Charles took the times to send in a mini review of the d3o material.


7 September, 2007 - DVD Review: Choppahead Chopper Animals & Mayhem Machiines Vol.2
Choppahead Vol2 DVD cover
This DVD is a documentary about real chopper builders, not the fancy, OCC style, $60,000 choppers, but home built custom motorcycles, and then men that built them.

It's not a DVD for everyone. You need to love choppers, and you need to be able to sit through the at times "relaxed" filming style.


6 September, 2007 - DVD Review: Ghost Rider
Movie Article
Review of the DVD movie: Ghost Rider.

Nice enough movie, specially for a rainy Sunday afternoon. Lots of special effects, nice story line, and a role meant for Nicolas Cage.

But.... not a great movie. Expect to see sequels..


28 August, 2007 - DVD Review: Wild Hogs
Movie Article
This is a seriously funny movie! Wild Hogs has a lot of motorcycle action great comedy and beautiful riding sequences.

The movie is great to watch with the whole family. Everyone will get something out of it.


24 August, 2007 - Book Review: The Bostrom Conspiracy
Book Article
A review of the book entitled "The Bostrom Conspiracy".

Verdict: I've read better books, this one is low on proof, but still an interesting read. Lots of interesting characters. Nonfiction.


15 August, 2007 - DVD Review: Ducati: A Story Of Passion
Ducati DVD
Ducati logo
A review of ProItalia's DVD called "Ducati: A Story Of Passion". The DVD is very good, and explains well the passion of the Ducati owner (and even non-Ducati owners).

The spirit of a Ducatist can only be likened with that other mythical motorcycle manufacturer, Harley. I highly recommend it.


18 July, 2007 - Review: Using The Hex GS-911 Tool
Hex GS-911 diagnostic tool
A review of the BMW motorcycle fault diagnostic tool, Hex GS-911.

Despite the name, the tool will run a fault diagnostic on most BMW motorcycles, F, R, K, and even C series.


23 May, 2007 - Review Cardo’s Scala Rider Teamset
Cardo Scala Rider Teamset box
A detailed product review of the Cardo Scala Rider Teamset, the Bluetooth intercom for motorcycles.

Use your mobile telephone (with Bluetooth) and intercom while riding your motorcycle.

Here's how you install it and use it. Find out what we think of the unit.


6 March, 2007 - Book Review: Carla King’s American Borders
For those of you who like to read a great motorcycle adventure book, here's one that truly is great! Written by Carla King, a fellow MBI blogger and a travel journalist, Carla knows how to put a sentence together.

Carla's book entitled "American Borders" is the true story of her long ride to all corners of the USA on a Russian built Ural motorcycle. It was not just any old Ural, but the first one post-communist era, meant for export.

Needless to say, the motorcycle had a lot of problems, and Carla had to learn the hard way to fix the bike. Along the way she encountered many "strange" fellow travellers.

Her story is fun to read, entertaining and informative. A must read for anyone who like to read about adventure riding on a motorcycle.

I highly recommend this book for anyone, even if they're not riders!


13 February, 2007 - Mini Review: Schuberth C2 Helmet
Schuberth C2 Helmet
A short, but sweet, review of the Schuberth C2 Helmet.

Summary: if you've got a big windscreen (like a Honda Goldwing or BMW LT), you'll be fine. If not, get ear plugs !


23 January, 2007 - Review CellularLine Interphone - Bluetooth Intercom
CellularLine Interphone box
A detailed product review of the CellularLine Interphone; a Bluetooth communication device for motorcycles. Intercom, Phone or bike-to-bike communications.

Extended range (100-150 meters) makes it ideal for when riding with a buddy, or use it with your pillion passenger.

Have a read.


5 December, 2006 - Tire Watch - Technology Serving Bikers
Tire Watch
A comprehensive review of the "Tire Watch" product, a wireless monitoring device of your tires pressure and temperature (and outside temperature).

Want to save your life, and save money on your gasoline bill ??

You may want to invest in this product.


9 November, 2006 - On-line Motorcycle Manuals
Online motorcycle maintenance manuals site - Cyclepedia
With all that information that's available on the internet, it's strange that there aren't more sites like this one.

Cyclepedia offer very comprehensive motorcycle maintenance manuals on-line. Using step-by-step photo explanations and instructions, it's every budding mechanics' wet dream.

Can it be made any easier ? It's like having your private wrench !


3 May, 2006 - Garmin 2820 GPS Detailed Review
Garmin 2820 GPS on motorcycle
After yesterday's announcement of the Garmin 2820 GPS, here's a very detailed test of the product.

14 detailed photos used while testing the GPS over 1,800 kms.


8 November, 2005 - Test Driving The SportVue Motorcycle HUD
An extensive review of MotionResearch's SportVue MC2 Heads Up Display (HUD) for motorcycles.


31 January, 2005 - Reflective Tape Added To My Motorcycle
StreetGlo's reflective tape
I added some reflective tape to my motorcycle, and here's an animated photo of it.


18 June, 2004 - Reevu Motorcycle Helmet Test
Reevu Helmet
I finally tested the Reevu helmet with integrated mirror system.


9 March, 2004 - Mi Moto Fidel - Recommended Motorcycle Book
Very good book about a persons' travel through Cuba on a motorcycle.


7 January, 2004 - Great Motorcycle Sunglasses
Adidas elevation ClimaCool
Just bought a pair of new Adidas Sunglasses for the motorcycle. High tech.....


26 September, 2003 - Vemar Motorcycle Helmets & Bluetooth
Vemar Bluetooth Flipup
At the Paris Motorcycle Exhibition we discovered the Vemar Bluetooth motorcycle helmet.



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