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  • Every subculture has its own lingo; Bikers are no exception. Here you'll find an dictionary of commonly used road-motorcycle terminology and biker slang, compiled with the average "Citizen" in mind.

    Biker Slang: Motorcycle Lingo

    Biker Slang: Motorcycle Lingo

    by ToTheBrimm LM0

  • This article will show you how to find used parts and what motorcycle parts to look for in salvage yards and on sites like eBay, plus you will get advice from salvage motorcycle experts and much more.

    Build A Motorcycle From Salvaged And Used Parts!

    Build A Motorcycle From Salvaged And Used Parts!

    by Tyler9

  • If you are looking to buy a motorcycle on Craigslist then here are a few things you need to know to help you avoid scams and choose a good motorcycle.

    How To Buy a Motorcycle on Craigslist

    How To Buy a Motorcycle on Craigslist

    by Laura Writes0

  • Getting to work in big crowded cities such as London, New York or Rome can be a real drag in a car. In most of them you just get snarled up in endless traffic so that it can take hours to get anywhere. And in London you have to pay a small fortune...

    A 50cc Moped: Ideal Scooters for Beginners

    A 50cc Moped: Ideal Scooters for Beginners

    by Papajon7

  • Britain has recently changed its motorcycle test exam an introduced a new module 1 motorbike test that you have to pass at a test center before you are allowed to take the main riding test. Here are some pointers and tips to help you pass the module...

    Tips to Pass Your Motorcycle Test: Module 1

    Tips to Pass Your Motorcycle Test: Module 1

    by Papajon94

  • In the nine years I have been riding a Harley, I have met many people who would never think of changing their own motor oil. However, times are a-changing and we are all tightening our belts. Changing the oil yourself is not so hard, but firsts...

    How to Change the Motor Oil in a Harley Davidson Low Rider

    How to Change the Motor Oil in a Harley Davidson Low Rider

    by kittyasmith2

  • This article gives you a good overview of the tools and procedures used in building a good quality hardtail or softail chopper frame. Some of the finer details in frame building are also included.

    How To Build A Chopper Frame

    How To Build A Chopper Frame

    by Tyler3

  • Each of the four basic chopper styles has its own beauty and appeal. When you decide which style to build, you need to be honest about the style of riding you are likely to do.

    What Style Chopper Is Right for Me?

    What Style Chopper Is Right for Me?

    by puppascott6

  • This do-it-yourself step by step guide will walk you through painting scooter parts. Works on other plastic parts too. This is How To Paint a Scooter.

    How To Paint a Scooter

    How To Paint a Scooter

    by Jim Laughlin4

  • Did you just buy a sport bike and want to enhance the way it looks and sounds? Learn about some low-high priced modifications you can do. These sport bike modifications will turn heads, guaranteed!

    Sport Bike Modifications That Will Turn Heads

    Sport Bike Modifications That Will Turn Heads

    by jamesmuia0

  • Royal Enfield was the brand of the Enfield Cycle Company.In 1955 they started assembling bullet motorcycles at Enfield India under the UK license, and by 1962 they started manufacturing complete bikes. The original Redditch, Worcestershire ...

    Royal Enfield

    Royal Enfield

    by sumeshuk21

  • There's nothing like taking a pile of junk and transforming it into a powerful, gleaming machine. Read on for answers to the most frequently asked questions (FAQ) about salvaging motorcycles.

    Buying a Salvage Motorcycle

    Buying a Salvage Motorcycle

    by Motorcyle Mom40

  • Recently, new motorcycles made to look vintage have become all the rage, from cruisers to cafe racers to dirt bikes. Nevertheless, they just aren't nearly as cool as the originals.

    Top 10 Coolest Vintage British Motorcycles

    Top 10 Coolest Vintage British Motorcycles

    by ttravis544636

  • Recently new motorcycles made to look vintage have become the rage, from cruisers to cafe racers to dirt bikes. While many of these bikes are cool, they just aren't nearly as cool as the original.

    Top 10 Coolest Vintage American Motorcycles

    Top 10 Coolest Vintage American Motorcycles

    by ttravis54468

  • If, like me, you are in your late forties or early fifties and have had some passing interest in two wheels then there's a pretty good chance you owned or knew someone who owned one of these bikes.

    Top Ten Sports Mopeds of the 1970s

    Top Ten Sports Mopeds of the 1970s

    by FATHERKAY7

  • Restoring vintage motorcycles can be both rewarding and very frustrating. Many of the 'Vintage' motorcycles were brand new when I first owned them.

    Restoring Vintage Japanese Motorcycles

    Restoring Vintage Japanese Motorcycles

    by rodericktaylor35

  • We love driving motorcycles, bikes, and sports bikes in the streets and on the outskirts of the city. We probably also love driving them fast — however, one concern that often prevents us from reaching the max speed is the mileage. Many will check...

    Tips on How to Increase Bike Mileage

    Tips on How to Increase Bike Mileage

    by Arjuncool473

  • Superbikes are adrenaline on two wheels. 500 kmph top speed is insane for a bike and yet there are ones who have done it. Let's look at the who's who of the superbike world.

    Fastest Bikes in the World: Top 10

    Fastest Bikes in the World: Top 10

    by Savio Koman17

  • If you've ever wondered how to control a motorcycle, this is where to look. This article explains the basics of motorcycle mechanics through several pictures. After reading this, you'll be confident on your first motorcycle ride.

    How Motorcycle Controls Work

    How Motorcycle Controls Work

    by ArockDaNinja30

  • After sitting for around six weeks my 2000, GSXR 600 started to run crappy but in a way that was difficult to diagnose (for me anyway). The problem turned out to be some o-rings that had dried out.

    GSXR 600 Won't Run:  Carb Flooding

    GSXR 600 Won't Run: Carb Flooding

    by yourinfo10

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