Motorcycling Cordura Suit

Motorcycle protection clothing is always a must. This also includes motorcycle suits as well. Reason being suits offer protection in case of a fall; because they are to a large extent have armor protection to offer for knees, back, elbows, shins, shoulders, hips so, you can also put on your work clothes, put a riding suit over your work clothes in about 30 seconds, drive to work in pretty much any temperature whether rain or shine, and get there in civilized shape. It would take about maximum 30 seconds to remove the riding suit.

Industry of motorcycle clothing has really gone advanced during the past few years with progress in manufacturing techniques, materials and product development and there are almost no more bikers being conservative buyers. Leather used to be the only material for motorcycling clothing in past but now a choice of materials including Cordura is very popular and high in demand. This material is lighter than leather making racing suits more comfortable whilst riding and are also far better for protection against the cruel cold or burning hot weather conditions. D600 Cordura material has fantastic anti abrasion and wear and tear properties.

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Guide To Riding A Motorcycle In Highways, Gravel and Twisty Roads

Riding a motorcycle unveils a whole new avenue of wondrous discovery and exploration. For some  roads are just a way to get you from point A to point B if you are travelling on a car. But if you are traveling on a motorcycle, roads take on a whole new meaning. It can be exciting and fun. Traveling by motorcycle is a sport. An adventurous one. Riding down a great sweeping curve, cornering well in hair pin turns or riding in the dirt, makes you feel a certain kind of rush and as if you could conquer anything after riding through some particularly challenging roads like gravel and twisty roads.

If you have tried riding a motorcycle in a gravel road you could say this kind of road is not ideal. Imagine, traveling on a freshly laid medium sized  gravel road. Rocks,stones, different sized pebbles, everywhere filling a narrow road instead of smooth asphalt or concrete.

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Motorcycle Riding Tips – Lube That Chain

Caring for your motorcycle chain won’t just prolong its life; it will mean your bike will ride as smoothly as it should too.

Chain lubrication should be carried out roughly every 500km or so, so if you’re a weekday commuter then simply make it part of your weekly maintenance schedule, while dirt bike riders should give it a once over each and every ride.

A well lubricated chain will ward off corrosion, run quieter and last longer, and it will prolong the life of your sprockets too, so it’s well worth the effort. A variety of different brands of chain spray are available, but go for a wax-based type of spray – these tend to cling better, with more of the lubricant sticking to your chain, rather than all over your wheel and swingarm.

If you’ve got a road bike with a centrestand you’ll find lubricating your chain takes seconds – simply put the bike on the centrestand on level ground, engage neutral and spin the wheel around while you spray a decent coating of lubricant onto your chain.

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