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The "saddle bags" are the bane of my existence, why tf are they so difficult to take off?

The "saddle bags" are the bane of my existence, why tf are they so difficult to take off? - Bikes

This bike is the best-worst decision of my life

This bike is the best-worst decision of my life - Bikes

Triumph's new Street Triple S is compliant with the UK's A2 motorbike license but can be de-restricted to 94bhp when you graduate

The New 47bhp Triumph Street Triple S Is Perfect For Young Riders - Bikes
The New 47bhp Triumph Street Triple S Is Perfect For Young Riders

I recently passed my motorbike license, meaning that I now have my big boy pants on and a whole world to discover on two wheels. Here are my findings...

What I Love And Hate About 'Proper' Motorcycling - Bikes
What I Love And Hate About 'Proper' Motorcycling

Finally purchased those parts

My honda’s gonna be roadworthy in the near future!

Riding with a CBR250RR (20k redline)

CBR Back on the Road! | CBR250RR MC22 | Suzuki GSX250R

YouTube / Dom's Driveway

Riders enjoying the italian summer on a beautiful road.

Motorcyclist enjoying the summer between Campotosto and Assergi

YouTube / The Demented Monkeys

Winterizing motorcycles

Boy I haven’t been here in ages

Anyway, I have recently purchased a ‘88 CBR600 F1, and now it’s time to put it away for storage. I have done all the usual winterizing bits, but there’s something I’m not so sure about.

I topped the tank off and added fuel stabilizer, then turned the petcock off and ran the bike until it died, to drain the float bowls. I have heard some people on the internet suggest the bike should be run for some time with stabilizer in the tank, to get that through the carbs as well. Of course, I hadn’t done that. Will this affect my bike come spring?

Ducati Monster 1200 Custom Build Project

Custom Ducati Monster 1200 - Work in Progress

YouTube / Arrick Maurice

BMW has provided a closer look at its most powerful ever flat twin, which has a gloriously retro aesthetic

BMW's 1800cc 'Big Boxer' Is The Bike World's Biggest Ever Flat-Twin - Bikes
BMW's 1800cc 'Big Boxer' Is The Bike World's Biggest Ever Flat-Twin