From Gerald Massey: LD Comfort – a performance base layer designed for riders, by a fellow rider http://ldcomfort.com/ Mario Winkelman likes to ride his motorcycle. I’m not talking about bar-hopping or making a few runs to Starbucks, but rather Iron Butt-class runs spanning thousands of miles over a few days. Like many of us Mario found that at times he was suffering from a pain in the ass… so to speak. So Mario hooked up with a friend in the garment business and fo
Nels Byersdorf at 2 Wheel Dynoworks is the "go to" guy when you need to change the performance of your engine. What Nels mainly does for our bikes is to retune our electronic control unit "ECU" (the computer brain in our bikes),the main improvement is he makes the bike run smoother with a much improved throttle response. Even when your bike is throttle by wire, the modifications make it feel like there is a direct cable between your hand and the engine. Another thing that's possible is he can al
It was an awesome weekend of training for the PNWSTOG! We were able to work with the great instructors at Puget Sound Safety/Puget Sound Safety Off Road for a weekend of real world Dual Sport motorcycle training. Saturday was a special Off-Road 101 class for XLADV bikes like ours. We had a full class of big bikes including 7 Teneres that covered many slow speed drills working on traction and clutch control. I think the most fun they had was going over the logs. After the drills in the green gras
It was an awesome day for the PNW Super Tenere Owners group!
We had a large group of 22 bikes, (18 of which were Super Teneres) riding in the Olympic National Forrest
We want to send out a huge thank you to the crew at Brothers Yamaha in Bremerton Wa. that opened up 30 min early and had breakfast waiting for us. The sale on gear was extremely appreciated!
Mike Gebhart started off the ride by showing us one of his favorite routes along North Shore Rd to get us warmed up on some most excelle
Here are two videos my wife and I found when we were doing research before I purchased the Leatt neck brace.(Click in the links)
The search all started when my wife Elsa was in a car wreck last November that totaled her Mini and seriously aggravated an existing neck issue she had. It really got me thinking about how fragile our bodies are as we head off into the back country on our 600+ lb adventure bikes loaded down with gear.
I for one, have always follow
The March Moto Mudness was awesome! Thanks to Tad Haas, Chet Mainwaring, Deb Shiell and Greg Hilchey for the legwork putting this event on. All proceeds are going to Riders for Health and Lost For a Reason.
In the Pacific Northwest, we have access to some incredibly talented motorcycle craftsmen, whether it’s Darryl VanNieuwenhuise’s Cyclops Adventure lights, Alex Marten’s Konflict Suspension or Alex Guth of Alyxmoto. OK, you might ask, who is Alex Guth?
Well, Alex is a master motorcycle mechanic who moved here from Germany in the late 90s. He has 25 years of experience working on BMW motorcycles, and for a time was the shop manager of SSBMW. But now he’s in his own shop, and he’s expanding in