The Cardo Freecom 1 is a Bluetooth audio system aimed specifically at solo riders wanting phone, music and GPS audio. It lacks bike-to-bike or rider-to-passenger communication but the trade-off is a lower price point. I don’t use bike-to-bike comms since... View Article
My old wallet was an uncomfortable annoyance in my front pocket when sitting on the bike. I often ended up stashing it in a pannier or jacket pocket that I would then forget to zip, a disaster waiting to happen.... View Article
Beeline's Kickstarter campaign for the the Beeline Moto has gone live and we've got the latest information, including the official press release, specs and photos.
As part of the "Shape of Speed" exhibit, the Portland Art Museum hosted a curated motorcycle show, "Streamlined Sundays: Motorcycles in the Park". The event was sponsored by MotoCorsa, See See Motor Coffee Co.,XRAY.fm, and Rebels and Heros.
Header photo provided by Beeline. UPDATE: The Beeline Moto Kickstarter campaign is live and we’ve got more information and specs here. The folks at Beeline have a new product coming out, the Beeline Moto, that brings their unique ‘smart navigation’... View Article
Frey Daytona are a German company known for handmade, high-quality motorcycle boots. Priced near the top-end, but durable and long lasting, the cost should even out over time.
After a recent trip I decided I needed to tweak the ergos on my R1200R LC. I did some research and sprung for a set of BMW HP milled clutch and brake levers as well as the BMW HP milled... View Article
I’ll avoid using the word “authentic” but Two Stroke Coffee Co. is the real-deal local spot to get coffee and check-out bikes in North Portland. Besides attracting the local motorcycle scene, Two Stroke is a popular St. Johns neighborhood cafe... View Article
The Michelin Road 5 tires I recently mounted on the R1200R are just at 2,000 miles, about 800 miles of that from commuting and a 1,200 mile trip. They look broken in but the tread is still crisp and nearly... View Article
May 4, 2018 As a year-round motorcycle commuter I’ll never give up my Aerostich Roadcrafter but I wanted something that was comfortable and casual to wear off the bike, ATGATT protection without looking ATGATT. I discovered Aether had a new riding... View Article