Control Freaks

Control Freaks

Even the Simple Things at Biltwell Get a High-Tech Twist How much chemistry or manufacturing jargon can you squeeze from a motorcycle component with no moving parts? If you’re talking about Biltwel...
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Biltwell Black —What It Is, Why We Think It's Better, and How to Care For It

Over the years we've fielded thousands of questions from inquisitive bikeriders who want to know more about the parts we make for their motorcycles. Tops on the list of customer Q&A might be, "...
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Knurling—What It Is, How It Works, And Why We Don't Do It On Biltwell Handlebars

If your two-wheeled roots go back a bit, you're probably familiar with the 1/2- to 3/4-inch wide serrations in the bar clamp area on some stock and many aftermarket handlebars. These small metal ri...