When you think about what safety equipment you need when going for a ride on your Harley-Davidson, earplugs are probably not one of first things to come to mind. But these tiny pieces of rubber can have a big impact on your riding experience. Here is why you should consider wearing earplugs the next time you take your motorcycle out for a ride:
On December 21st, 2018, the original owners of Las Vegas Harley-Davidson helped the H-D name go down in the history books as they donated the unique Nevada 150 motorcycle to the Nevada State Museum.
Stopping a motorcycle is not as simple as stopping a car. The difference can be attributed to the brake controls. In general, truck and car brakes function as one and are controlled by a single pedal. Most motorcycles, however, are designed with separate controls for front and rear wheels. This design can be dangerous when the riding situation calls for hard braking. If the brakes are engaged for sudden stops, either of the wheels can lock up.
No biker ever plans to have an accident, however, if one occurs, you want to make sure you are as prepared. See that you always have a motorcycle first aid kit with you when you ride, regardless of the length of the trip. Make sure you store all items in a waterproof container or bag to protect it from the elements. Before you set out on your next ride, stock your motorcycle first aid kit with these essential items:
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas recently hosted the Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada’s Lunchboxes & Learning event. The theme for the event was “When I Grow Up.” Beth Fisher, Good Morning Las Vegas’ Emmy award-winning anchor, and other community leaders attended this event to discuss how Junior Achievement helps students dream big for their future.
It's common for young motorcycle enthusiasts to try to begin motorcycle riding as soon as they are old enough to legally ride. If they are learning how to drive a car, they may feel like mastering a motorcycle will be a breeze.