Beginners Guide to Motorcycle Gear!!

Hey everyone. I want to talk to you about the 5 pieces of motorcycle gear you need and why it’s important to wear it. I’ll be offering suggestions and my own opinion. If you would like to learn more about motorcycles and safety, click that subscribe button!!!

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5 Best Beginner Cruiser Motorcycles!

This is my list for the 5 best beginner cruiser motorcycles of 2017. Remember, this is my opinion and I am sure you all have yours when it comes to the best cruiser motorcycle. This is a short but not all-encompassing list. I chose what I believe would best suit a variety of riders entering the market for cruiser motorcycles. Check out the other beginner cruiser motorcycle list videos I have! Subscribe so you know when they come out!

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2018 Harley Davidson Fat Boy Specs and Info

Here is what to expect with the new 2018 Harley Fat Boy 107 and 114. I try to go over it as much as I can, but you really need to see the Harley Fat Boy in person! I did a walk around and if you want to see the full video of that, click the link below!

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2018 Harley Davidson Fat Bob Specs and Info

The Dyna Fat Bob is GONE!! It is now called the 2018 Harley Davidson Softail Fat Bob. There are a ton of changes to the 2018 Fat Bob that you need to know. The gas tank is smaller, and it has a huge aggressive look. You can also get the Milwaukee Eight 114cu in it!! Let me know what you think about this!

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2018 Harley Davidson Lineup Leaked!

Harley-Davidson’s old ‘Twin Cam’ engine will disappear from the model range next year as all the time  Dyna and Softail models follow in the footsteps of its Touring and Trike ranges and adopt the new Milwaukee-Eight V-twin. 

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5 Best Beginner Cruiser Motorcycles for Short Riders!

Let's talk about us short riders and cruisers. We need special treatment haha. So i decided to look up and talk about the 5 Best Cruisers for short riders! At the same time, these can also be the best cruiser motorcycles for women! They all had to be less than 650cc (to cut weight) and have a low seat height. Hope this helps some of you in the decision process. With that said, ride safe, and wear your gear.

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