Changing the engine oil of your bike is a useful skill which can save you money, it’s an easy job that can be done in half an hour at the … Read More
Checking and correcting your chain tension is an important part of ongoing maintenance and a job to add to your regular chain cleaning and lubing.
Generally speaking you’ll eventually pick … Read More
If you’re aiming for extra power and acceleration, to have your bike tuned or easier and cheaper maintenance, then a K&N High-Flow airfilter is a must.
Particularly for tuning, … Read More
My new Yamaha MT07 (LAMS or non LAMS) could quite easily be mistaken for a Toyota Prius with the awfully quiet standard exhaust system. Just my opinion, but … Read More
Smaller turbo’s (such as a Garrett GT15) will have boost come on very early but will limit the peak horsepower. On a road bike this will remove … Read More
One of the most irritating occurrences you’ll face on a motorcycle, particularly if you have luck like I do, is to pick something up in your tyre and end up … Read More
There are loads of different brands and styles of rearsets available on the market from super expensive top shelf parts to cheap Chinese eBay specials. One thing to consider, though, … Read More
Tyre choice is one of the most, if not the most, crucial decisions for a team and rider to make on race weekend. Without grip and rider confidence a podium … Read More
On a previous motorcycle I’ve run a hard top box, which proved a great investment, offering waterproof storage with plenty of space for a helmet and gear, with a … Read More
Installing a fuel module is generally pretty straight-forward as long as you’re comfortable lifting the tank on your bike and working with the many electrical plugs that connect your bike’s … Read More