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Two Brothers Racing Black Series Exhaust Review | Suzuki V-Strom 1000

Two Brothers Racing Black Series Exhaust Review | Suzuki V-Strom 1000

Two Brothers Review - Suzuki V-Strom 1000 (DL1000) With the correct mods, Suzuki’s V-Strom 1000 can quickly transform from behemoth sport tourer to worthy off-road...
Honda CB350F Four-Into-Four Replacement Exhaust System | Review

Honda CB350F Four-Into-Four Replacement Exhaust System | Review

Honda CB350F Four-into-Four Replacement Exhaust System In 1974 Honda was still rocking everybody’s world with their single overhead cam in-line four cylinder superbikes for the...
Project Harley Dyna, Part 1 - Exhaust, Fuel Management, Air Cleaner

Project Harley Dyna, Part 1 – Exhaust, Fuel Management, Air Cleaner

Ultimate MotorCycling Project Harley Dyna, Part 1 Project Dyna is a quick little project bike we have put together with a Harley-Davidson Dyna we had...

BikeMaster Heated Grips | Review

VFR Budget Build, Part 4: BikeMaster Heated Grips Cold fingers suck. This is one universal notion when it comes to riding motorcycles in colder weather. Unless...

Hot Grips Review | V-Strom Gets Heated Grips

Hot Grips Heated Grips Test Numb fingers equal less riding time – this is one proven equation for an East Coast winter motorcyclist. Whether bulky or...

Suzuki GSX-R 1000 | Yoshimura Project Build

      Ultimate MotorCycling Suzuki GSX-R1000 Project Build Much progress has been made in the last few years in motorcycle technology, particularly in the area of electronics....

Touratech Zega Pro Panniers Review | Adventure Motorcycle Luggage

Thankfully I had added the Touratech Zega Pro Pannier System to my V-Strom ADV build. The system's leak-proof design helped save about $3000 worth of camera and computer equipment. The only dilemma I had? Not being able to grab such a devastating shot of my bike as it sat engulfed by this mammoth puddle.
Touratech V-Strom Protection

Suzuki V-Strom 1000 | Touratech Parts Review

Suzuki V-Strom DL1000 Build

The Suzuki V-Strom DL1000 - from the factory, the bike has no merit for true adventure.

Suzuki V-Strom DL1000 Sargent Seat Review

V-Strom Sargent Seat Test

When I entered the adventure motorcycling scene last year, I was seeking true adventure.

Givi Monokey Luggage Review

GIVI Monokey Motorcycle Luggage on Honda VFR800 | Review

VFR Budget Build: Part 3, GIVI Monokey

Throughout last year's sport-touring season, a problem developed, one that plagued me whenever the sky was crying - wet cargo.

Honda VFR: HeliBars Review

VFR Budget Build: Part 2, Heli Bars

The smallest changes can make all the difference when it comes to comfortable sport touring, especially at the motorcycle's controls.

And when I began my 1998 Honda VFR budget build, taller handlebars were immediately destined to be the second installation following the Sargent seat.

Honda VFR: Sargent Seat Review

VFR Budget Build: Part 1, Motorcycle Seat

Upon purchasing a 1998 Honda VFR this past spring, I had one ultimate goal: build a budget sport tourer, one that will provide the comfort and power of a newer bike, but at a fraction of the cost.

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