Well, one of the objectives is definitely to travel comfortably (and also safely). And this cannot be done with a helmet that is not approved or that simply is not suitable for you. Whether we like it or not, for our safety the helmet is essential, as well as mandatory by law. That’s why it’s better to choose the one that best suits our needs, making it the best travel companion rather than our bitter enemy. In this little guide today we want to give you advice to carefully choose your helmet before it can ruin your travels. And trust us, a helmet not suitable for you can really ruin your trip.
Today we want to talk to you about a topic that touches us very closely: the exhausts. The issue is complicated, there are a lot of discussions on the subject, with clashes which are not entirely peaceful. Some would only mount open exhausts, who 2 in 2, who 2 in 1, who nothing at all and so on. But we are not here to generate flame. We just want to give you a general idea of the benefits that each type of exhaust brings or not. Obviously, no type is better than the others, it is only a matter of use, of tastes and sensations. As usual, we will try to briefly explain the differences between some types of exhaust systems.
It would be useful to understand how to optimize spaces. Know what and how it could actually serve on a trip and how to best prepare for it. That’s why this little guide on how to best prepare for a bike travel.
Today we want to offer you an overview of the big-twins produced by HD, or the Milwaukee-eight (M8) family. The Harley-Davidson Milwaukee-Eight engine is the ninth generation of “big twin” engines developed by the company. But only Harley’s third all-new Big Twin in 80 years. First introduced in 2016, these engines differ from the traditional Harley Big Twin engines in that there are four valves per cylinder, totaling eight valves, hence the name.