Tips & Tricks:
We've collected and posted 'How-to'
videos and articles, "tips & tricks", useful reference information, handouts from Cycle Fest presentations,
links, etc. to make your motorcycling better; after all - it's about the ride!
Road Less Traveled" Do you remember
how your first year's riding affected you? Read Tammy
a copy of the United Sidecar Association Sidecar
Manual Sidecars are a way to increase the utility
of a motorcycle and the United
Sidecar Association has been carrying
the banner for this aspect of motorcycling for
many years. Here's a link to their website where
you can and find .pdf files of a remarkable old
(1920!) book called "Motorcycles, Sidecars,
and Cyclecars" by Victor Page. Definitely
Worth a look.
Cycle Fest ‘Handouts’
your bike for Off-Road riding, thanks to Shawn
at RawHyde Adventures.
yourself and your bike for Long Distance Riding
(applies to touring preparation too.) Courtesy of Tom
Austin, presenter at our Oct., 2011 LD Riding
aid information, First
Aid Checklist, After
the Accident and Check-Call-Care handouts
(All documents are in .pdf format.) What if your
ride ends unexpectedly when your riding buddy goes
down? What should you do? What should you NOT do?
Fire captain, paramedic and long time rider Phil
Challinor shared his education and experience
at our Jan., 2012 Cycle Fest.
to Track Day Presenter Vic Anderson from
Zoom-Zoom Track Days prepared these notes about preparing
your bike, preparing yourself for a day at the track.
to Alaska is a dream trip. Presenter Ben
Ramos' prepared this list
of resources for the April, 2012 "Alaska
101" Cycle Fest.