TECH TALK: Organizing your on-the-road tool kit

TECH TALK: Organizing your on-the-road tool kit

If you ride a motorcycle, you need a tool kit on it. If it’s an older bike, you need one. It doesn’t have to have everything required to rebuild a transmission. A daily carry tool kit should be foc...
Fine-Tuning Your Biltwell Helmet for a Perfect Fit

Fine-Tuning Your Biltwell Helmet for a Perfect Fit

For any motorcycle helmet to perform its main function—namely, to provide protection during an accident—it must fit snugly and comfortably on your head. Every Biltwell Lane Splitter—and every Gring...
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How To Ride In A Pack And Not Be A Goon

How To Ride In A Pack And Not Be A Goon I wrote this ten years ago back when we started Chop Cult. Like Roth’s version in ’67, not a whole lot has changed. One inevitable thing about contemporary ...
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Back to Basics: Harley-Davidson Sportster Maintenance

It's my humble and totally unsubstantiated opinion that Harley riders started slacking on doing their own work around 1984 1/2 when the last of the kickstart bikes rolled off the Milwaukee assemb...
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Biltwell Foot Pegs: Tech, Tips and Pics for Better Customizing

In the greasy realm of DIY customizing, changing foot pegs ranks high among easy tweaks that are fun to do and that add personal style and performance to your motorcycle. Among the myriad compani...
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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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Tons of Sissy Bar Ideas

Supposedly a “sissy bar” was originally a handle put on the back fender or rear of a motorcycle’s frame to give people a place to grab onto so they could help a racer through a difficult section on...
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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...
Tech Tips

Tips and Tricks for Stylish, Functional Bar/Riser Combos

Ergonomics is the science of man’s physical relationship to his work space. Prevailing wisdom holds that the more comfortably a person is situated at his desk, next to a machine, and yes, behind th...