Category:Motorcycle Events

All motorcycles share some fundamental characteristics, but as their popularity and versatility has increased a surprisingly wide array of motorcycle sub-types have evolved to suit riders' needs.

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Motorcycles are like any other automobile in that they require scheduled maintenance to continue to run properly. If you want your bike to take care of you, you need to take care of your bike. This means getting to know it rather intimately--using tools in places normally hidden from view and dealing with all kinds of necessary but messy fluids.

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Often people say that the only reason we buy a motorcycle is so that we can buy stuff that goes with it. These accessories can be anything, and granted, at times we just buy gear because it makes us feel good.

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Tires are what keeps your motorcycle from running smoothly and safely. That little bit of rubber is what keeps you sane, because if you were riding like they used to in the beginning, with metal tires (source), you would be vibrating and bouncing like in a bouncy castle.

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Kids usually get the best-of-the-best. Special food, clothes, toys – you name it. It's not that children are all spoiled, it's because they need good materials. Kids are still growing and we need to ensure that we accompany the growth properly.

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When a manufacturer designs a motorcycle, they usually take an average person's build as rider. As long as you are close to those dimensions, you will be comfortable on the motorcycle. But if you are taller or smaller by quite a margin, your problems start. You will need to start customizing your ride to fit your dimensions.

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While it's unlikely that the average rider will have a serious accident nearly all riders eventually do go down at some speed if they ride for any significant period of time. Being prepared for a potential crash with the right protective gear can often mean the difference between getting up and walking away and a visit to the emergency room.

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New riders typically have a lot of questions to ask, but by far the most common one is "What is the best motorcycle for beginners?" While the answer does depend to some extent on things like the individual's personal preferences and body type, there are some simple guidelines worth following for any beginner.

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Sturgis is the undisputed king of all motorcycle rallies in the United States. Every year, this monster-size rally is held in the South Dakota town of the same name during the first full week of August. The population of Sturgis, which is approximately 6,000, typically swells to between 400,000 and 600,000 during the period of the rally.

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Although, these rallies go by the name, Black Bike Week, the organizers and participants of these events say that they are actually open to everybody, no matter their race, creed or colors. The two Black Bike Weeks, one in Daytona and the more famous Myrtle Beach event, do however tend to focus on sports bikes versus Harleys, which are typically the most common bike at some of the other big rallies.

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There is no hiding from it. Women are different from men (and I'm not talking about the Mars vs Venus thing). It has nothing to do with abilities, skill sets or passion. It has to do with physical dimensions. Foremost, women are on average smaller and lighter than men. On average, women have less body strength.

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This Milwaukee event, which bills itself as the Midwest’s largest rally, attracts approximately 50,000 bikers a year. It is hardly surprising that the city that is also known as the birthplace of the Harley-Davidson would hold such a popular motorcycle rally. 

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Motorcycle Rides and Roads provide you with best ride routes and roads for motorcycle trips in all 50 of the United States. On those days when you just want to go out and cruise along the highway and byways this is where you want to look first. This guide gives you most popular motorcycle tourism spots to shop and visit in America. So before you go out for that Sunday ride stop by Jafrum online and check out these motorcycle roads and find the best motorcycle route for you.

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There are actually three bike weeks held in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina – one in the spring, one in the fall, and Black Bike Week. The spring Myrtle Beach Bike Week, which is held during the second week in May, is the biggest of the three and draws the largest crowds.

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Daytona’s first Bike Week coincided with the inaugural running of the Daytona 200 bike race, which was held on January 24, 1937. Every year since then, bikers have come from all over the United States to ride on this area’s hard-packed sands, visit its beautiful beaches, and enjoy the glorious Florida weather.

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The Laughlin River Run is considered by many riders to be the largest motorcycle rally on the West Coast. This popular event is held in the gambling resort town of Laughlin, Nevada, which lies on the Colorado River, near where the borders of Nevada, California and Arizona meet.

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For most of the year, the population of the small New Hampshire town of Laconia is well under 20,000. For nine days in June, however, Laconia's population explodes by hundreds of thousands of bikers. Though the attendance varies for this major motorcycle rally from year to year, it is estimated to draw between 100,000 to 400,000 bikers annually.

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Americade bills itself as the largest motorcycle touring rally in the world. An estimated 50,000 to 100,000 motorcyclists attend this event, which is held in the beautiful resort community of Lake George, New York in early June.

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The 9/11 ride, which is organized by the America’s 911 Foundation, is held in honor of those who lost their lives during the terrorist attacks on the United States on September 11th, 2001. This charity ride is held in August rather than on the actual date of the deadly hijackings so as not to interfere with activities that may be occurring at the sites of the 9/11 attacks. It is also done prior to the anniversary date out of respect for those who go to the memorials on September 11th to grieve for their lost loved ones.

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