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In terms of affordability, electric scooters are the outright winner because they cost significantly less than gas scooters. When it comes to fuel efficiency, both options offer compelling savings, so it comes down to the cost of gasoline versus the cost of electricity in your locality.Read More

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Scooters are a fun and practical way of getting around Seattle. However, it wouldn't be fun at all if you got ticketed for breaking one of the state rules regarding riding and using a scooter. Fortunately, the laws aren't particularly complicated, but be sure to know what they are before you take to the streets.Read More

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When you're enjoying a nice ride on your bike, there are few things worse than experiencing a mechanical problem or breakdown in the middle of nowhere. Fortunately, there are precautions you can take to prevent such a situation. Every bike is unique, but all of them will be less likely to malfunction if they are properly maintained. Look out for the following engine problems and fix them as quickly as possible to keep your bike in tip-top working condition.Read More
The Pacific Coast Highway, or PCH, is one of the most interesting and picturesque places a motorcycle rider could explore. Passing along the California coast, riders will see not just excellent ocean views, but also vineyards, mountains, forests, and more. This is to say nothing of the countless mom and pop shops and curious attractions that line the roadways. The question then becomes, what stops should you mark on your map and make time for? Take a look at these four can't-miss PCH stops for motorcyclists.Read More

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Dirt bike riding is one of the most pleasurable forms of motorcycling because it allows you to ride freely on trails or in wooded areas with no traffic or pedestrians. Dirt bike racing, on the other hand, is a whole different activity as it requires a lot of physical effort, mental strength, technique, and guts. If you're thinking of getting into competitive motocross, follow this comprehensive guide to start off on the right foot.Read More

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If you're at all interested in off-road driving, you've come across the acronyms UTV and ATV. The first stands for "utility vehicle," and the second stands for "all-terrain vehicle."Read More

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Every motorcycle driver knows that navigating the road on a bike takes intense focus, discipline, and attention. Now take the skills needed during an average day and complicate the matter with a rainstorm.Read More

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Whether you're new to the world of motorcycles or already a seasoned rider, you can never be too safe. Riding a two-wheeler is an exhilarating, fun, and fuel-efficient way to travel, but it is not without its challenges.Read More

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While we know all about the benefits of biking (e.g., good cardiovascular exercise, a more eco-friendly mode of transportation, etc.)Read More

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Merely mention go karting and you'll see your child's eyes widen and an enormous grin come over their face.Read More

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There's nothing quite like cruising across the U.S.A. in a big touring motorcycle.Read More

The word “trike” conjures up an image of a three-wheeled bicycle that many people rode as children to the uninitiated. The three-wheeled motorcycles referred to more commonly as trikes are much more substantial than the child's version. They do, however, offer a similar level of stability which is popular among riders concerned about safety while riding a motorcycle. This article looks at the origins of the trike, the considerations for riding a motorcycle, and how the trike attracts riders among other things.

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Back in the day, your go-kart was probably powered by the same engine as your lawnmower. These go-karts were noisy and sputtery, but an accessible version of big-time racing fun. However, as new technologies have become available and the go-kart industry has continued to evolve and improve, modern go-karts, both gas and electric, are taking the world by storm. Improvements in battery and electric motor technology have enabled some serious electric players in the go-kart world. Yet there's still nothing like the growl of a gas engine and the action of rowing through gears. Both gas and electric karts seriously deserve your consideration. How do they compare?

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The surging popularity of hands-free action cameras and quality smartphones has turned many motorcycle riders into amateur and even professional videographers. With this innovative technology, you can document your favorite journeys and capture all the action as it unfolds. Not only can you put together an amazing video to share with friends, but you can also heighten your online profile if that's your goal. However, shooting an awesome motorcycle video isn't as easy as just turning on the camera. If you're searching for ways to hone your video skills, here are some tips to get you started.

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Motorcycles are cooler than scooters. There's really no debate about that. Still, there's more to life than looking cool, and while you won't look as awesome rolling up to work on a scooter as you would on a motorcycle, scooters have a few advantages of their own that make them convenient and worth feeling a little self-conscious now and then.

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Much like car tires,motorcycle tires come in a lot of shapes and sizes that match the different types of bikes out there and all the different activities you use them for. Small changes such as the tread shape and depth, the rubber stiffness, and the sidewall angle can make a big difference in a particular situation, and so it's important to know which motorcycle tires are useful in which situatio

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Whether you work in the mountains at a national park or a ski resort, UTVs are essential for finishing tasks, hauling loads from one point to another, or navigating safely in an emergency. You want to make sure you are safe, equipped, and able to deal with any situation. Here are seven handy UTV accessories you shouldn't be without when working in the mountains.

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Until now, mopeds and scooters haven't been that commonly used in the U.S.; recently, however, they've been gaining popularity in urban areas throughout the country. Thanks to a low engine displacement, mopeds get anywhere from 70 to 125 mpg, and many mopeds with engines under 50 cubic centimeters (cc) don't require a registration, saving you even more money. If you're looking to join the ranks of moped owners, you have plenty to get excited about, but don't let it overshadow your safety. Before you hop on your inaugural ride, make sure to get a crash course in moped safety.

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ATVs are fast and fun. For many, the faster they go, the more fun the ride is. If you want to push yourself and your ATV to the limit, you need to have the proper safety equipment. These are much more than just toys. These are fast, powerful machines that can be dangerous if you are not wearing the right safety equipment.

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It can all be very confusing. What's really the difference between a moped and a scooter, and why does it matter? You're not the first person to ask. The fact is, there are substantial differences between a scooter and a moped. You would probably be surprised to know that technically motorcycles and scooters have much more in common than mopeds and scooters.

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A day of hard riding on the trails or track is always a blast, but it's rough on your riding gear. It gets splattered with mud and covered with dirt, sweat, and bacteria. The clothes of a transient person may smell better than all of your riding gear, especially, after a hard day of riding.

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UTVs, or side-by-sides are useful tools. Farmers, ranchers, and loggers all use them to get their daily work done. Oh yeah, and they are a ton of fun. Spend the day out bouncing over prairies and winding through canyons. Texas does a great job of balancing the fun with the work, but there are some rules you will need to follow to keep you out of hot water. 

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We all love riding our scooters in the sunshine and in the cool breezes of spring, summer, and fall. Unfortunately, warm autumn evenings eventually turn into dark, cold, blustery, winter nights that send a biting chill through your face and fingers, even with your riding gear on.

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The most popular reason to purchase ATV insurance in South Dakota is simply because you want to take your ATV out on the blacktop. To maintain legal insurance coverage in South Dakota, you will need to have both liability coverage and uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage. 

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Utah residents are lucky. Unlike residents of many other states, they have the ability to legally drive their ATVs on the road. Of course, this privilege comes with a few rules and regulations — like obtaining insurance.

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Your vehicle contains lots of gaskets, and it's important to know how to avoid blowing one, the signs that one is about to go bad, and what to look for if it blows. These are four tips to avoid blowing a gasket.

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Some people think that climbing on an ATV and going for a ride is just as simple as taking your regular car for a ride around the neighborhood. After all, both vehicles have four wheels, right? Wrong. Remember when you first learned to drive, and how difficult it was to learn to shift, steer, turn, and so on?

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It might look clean and cool to not have a windshield on your motorcycle, but the fact is you probably need one. A windshield serves a lot of safety purposes, and riding without one can add unnecessary risk. A windshield can reduce wind blast and riding fatigue, as well as many other things. Regardless of whether it's a day-long cruise or a week-long bike tour, staying alert and safe is always paramount.  This is why your motorcycle needs a windshield.

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If you are thinking about buying an ATV, you need to be willing to invest some time and money into the maintenance over the year. That is, if you want your ATV to last, you need to give it some TLC. However, this doesn't mean you'll be draining all of your cash into ATV maintenance. With a smaller engine and generally cheaper parts, the maintenance of an ATV is going to be far cheaper than the maintenance of an automobile. That being said, it is helpful to know what to expect when it comes to the cost of owning an ATV before making the investment.

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If you live in Arizona, you have a luxury many other states don't enjoy. You can legally ride your ATV on state roads and highways. To take advantage of this perk, you will need to do a few things first to take your off-road vehicle on the road.

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Tires can make or break your ATV. That is, if you want to maximize your engine power and fully utilize your machine, it is essential that it is equipped with the right tires. You're going to have more fun on your machine if you are using the right tires for the terrain you are riding. This might mean that you need to own a few different sets of tires, especially if you take your ATV with you on trips and ride it in all conditions.

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So, you're thinking about buying a new scooter — or at least one that's new to you. Congratulations! You are about to treat yourself to hundreds of fun hours on the road with the breeze in your face and the beautiful American landscape surrounding you in all its glory. You're joining a bunch of other scooter enthusiasts who have learned for themselves the joy of scooter riding. You may be wondering whether you should buy a gas or electric scooter. Here are some things to consider when buying a scooter.

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Are you shopping for a new motorcycle and feeling a little confused about all of the power options? Perhaps you're wondering what CC means and what might be the right power size for you? From 40cc up to 250cc or more, motorcycles come in a wide array of power options. Here we explain what CC actually means and how to determine the best power output for your personal motorcycle needs.

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Regular maintenance of your ATV is important to getting long lasting performance from your machine. This includes winterizing your ATV. Of course there are some places where even in the winter you can drive your four-wheeler on a regular basis, riding around in the snow or ice on local roads, or even off-road. However, if your plan is to store your quad for the winter, it's time to get busy and get it put safely away until spring or summer.

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One of the biggest mistakes scooter owners make is buying a scooter without enough power. Scooters come with various engine sizes starting at 50cc and going all the way up to 150cc or more. So how do you decide what engine you need? Let's look at factors for determining what you need.

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There's an evolution in the motorcycle industry. Today's bikes come wtih traditional gas-powered engines and the new electric ones. While the green advantages of eliminating gas and noxious emissions thrill environmentalists, riders have one question: How do they ride? So, let's take a closer look at these new bikes and see the pros and cons of riding the electric way.

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This year at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, there were several trike-only rides on the agenda. It's another great example of a motorcycle subculture that is on the rise. In fact, Harley-Davidson Motorcycles introduced its own trike model a couple of years ago, and it's already very popular. Honda and Goldwing also have trikes, and young riders are catching on to the trend. Some trikes even have two wheels up front instead of on the back. So what is it about a trike that has motorcycle enthusiasts buzzing?

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ATVs are fun to use and get around on. But just like any other mode of transportation, they need tools to keep them in good working order while in use. It's not always possible to expect the problems that can happen on the go. You'll need five tools in your ATV toolkit to tackle any challenge out on the trail designed to get you back in one piece.

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You're riding down the road on your moped, enjoying the freedom of the road and the feel of the wind in your face when all of a sudden your engine starts to sputter. Don't panic; it could just be a dirty air filter.

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Being able to see while on an ATV, bike, or scooter is important, especially at night. But the headlights that make it easier for you to see the road (and for others to see you) start becoming hazy over time, resulting in lights that aren't as bright in the darkness or fog. This is especially concerning when the cooler weather comes and the days start getting shorter. With some time and effort, you can restore your headlights to their former glory.

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