6 Tips for Successful Camping on a Motorcycle This Summer


Camping on a motorcycle is one of the great pleasures of owning a bike. It’s summer, and a lot of us with motorcycles want to know what we should pack for a big (or small) camping trip because there’s nothing worse than being caught out in the wilderness and not having the right stuff. After several years of big trips on two wheels, here are a few tips I’ve picked up that could help on your next touring trip.

Your first time motocamping?

Motorcycle camping in Ft. Sumner, N.M. | Dan Mayfield, MotorBiscuit

For your first trip, you will undoubtedly

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Five essential monsoon motorcycle and scooter maintenance tips


Monsoon maintenance tips. Here are five essential tips to keep your motorcycle and scooter safe during the rainy season.

The monsoon’s upon us and for some, this means parking the two-wheeler and switching to four-wheelers. However, for others, two-wheelers can either be the only mode of transport, or they’re not afraid of a little splash. Whichever the situation, the beloved scooter or motorcycle needs to be in top running condition and to be so, here are 5 essential monsoon motorcycle maintenance tips.


The first and foremost move in maintaining a two-wheeler during the monsoon is to get it away

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Safety tips for motorcycle riders


Riding a motorcycle is an exciting and adventurous experience. But riding a motorcycle safely is also important as it could be very dangerous if you do not follow safety precautions properly.

In 2019 motorcycle riders were 29 times more likely to die in road accidents compared to people who drive a car.

When you see statistics like these, every motorcyclist must take safety very seriously while riding a motorbike. Here you can find some safety tips for motorcycle riders that can help you take precautionary steps while riding on a busy road or a freeway.

Take a Safety Course


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Expert Tips For This Summer


Whether or not you consider Global Warming to be a hoax or the gospel, one thing is indisputable—it gets hot in the summer. While air-cooled motorcycles have it tough, engines that are liquid-cooled still need attending to in order to avoid overheating. Figuratively, coolant is the lifeblood of your cooling system.

We grilled Bryan Emrich, President of Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant, on what it takes to keep engine temps under control on your on- or off-road motorcycle when the sun is blazing, whether you’re racing or riding for pleasure.

All About Motorcycle Coolant: Off-Road

Ultimate Motorcycling: How often should coolant be changed?

Bryan Emrich:

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