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  • Chief 9:54 pm on April 22, 2010 Permalink |
    Tags: Motorcycle Maintenance Part 1   

    Motorcycle Maintenance Part 1 

    A series of helpful videos to help people (especially women) ready their motorcycles for the spring/summer riding season. We will have 7-8 videos covering most of the basics.

    Author: gjmoletv
    Duration: 217
    Published: 2010-03-29 21:39:20
    Motorcycle Maintenance Part 1

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    • Chief 9:54 pm on April 22, 2010 Permalink |
      Tags: Motorcycle Cable TOTW with Motion Pro   

      Motorcycle Cable TOTW with Motion Pro 

      motorcycle-accessories.cruisercustomizing.com Kyle Bradshaw from http://www.CruiserCustomizing.com meets with Joe from http://www.MotionPro.com to discuss the function and benefits of properly maintained stock as well as aftermarket cables. In this tip we discuss different cable types, cable maintenance, and how to properly measure for the purchase and addition of cables “over stock length.” Listen to Joe tell a story about cable maintenance that will have you wondering “when was the last time my cables were lubricated? community.cruisercustomizing.com On a budget? If you love the look of braided cables, want to save some cash, and have some free time and patience… check out the various cable covering options. The options include Chrome, Black, and Carbon Fiber Flexi Wire and Hose Cover from Barons Custom Accessories. I you are looking for a Complete Overstock Kit featuring Motion Pro Cables and Goodrich Lines, Barons Custom Accessories has come up with the answer! Check out their limited selection of Bar Kits, but rest assured that Cruiser Customizing will soon have all of the popular metric over stock kits available! A big thanks to Motion Pro for providing great products and much needed expertise in the arena of Motorcycle cables and Motorcycle Tools. Until Next Week, Take Care & Ride Safe! Kyle

      Author: CruiserCustomizing
      Duration: 332
      Published: 2010-03-12 17:30:18
      Motorcycle Cable TOTW with Motion Pro

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      • Chief 9:54 pm on April 22, 2010 Permalink |
        Tags: Motorcycle Battery Tip   

        Motorcycle Battery Tip Cruiser Customizing Kyle 

        In this off-site Tip of the the Week, Kyle Bradshaw of http://www.CruiserCustomizing.com travels to Unlimited Motorsports where he talks with Jody Patterson about Batteries and battery maintenance.

        Author: CruiserCustomizing
        Duration: 275
        Published: 2010-03-02 23:07:26
        Motorcycle Battery Tip Cruiser Customizing Kyle

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        • Chief 9:54 pm on April 22, 2010 Permalink |
          Tags: Motorcycle : How to Salvage Parts   

          Motorcycle : How to Salvage Parts 

          After replacing a motorcycle part, it should be examined to see if it still functions, or if the only problems are cosmetic. Salvage motorcycle parts in order to resell them with advice from an experienced motorcycle technician in this free video on motorcycle maintenance and repairs. Expert: Nick Berube Contact: http://www.motorsportsint.com/ Bio: Nick Berube has been working professionally in the motorcycle industry for more than 15 years. Filmmaker: David Pakman

          Author: motorcycle101
          Duration: 76
          Published: 2010-02-25 20:49:18
          Motorcycle : How to Salvage Parts

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          • Chief 9:54 pm on April 22, 2010 Permalink |
            Tags: Motorcycle : Replacing Fenders   

            Motorcycle : Replacing Fenders 

            In order to replace the fender on a motorcycle, the rear seat will most likely have to be removed. Discover what fender eliminator kits are with advice from an experienced motorcycle technician in this free video on motorcycle maintenance and repairs. Expert: Nick Berube Contact: http://www.motorsportsint.com/ Bio: Nick Berube has been working professionally in the motorcycle industry for more than 15 years. Filmmaker: David Pakman

            Author: motorcycle101
            Duration: 121
            Published: 2010-02-25 20:49:18
            Motorcycle : Replacing Fenders

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            • Chief 9:54 pm on April 22, 2010 Permalink |
              Tags: Motorcycle Air Filters & Brakes   

              Motorcycle Air Filters & Brakes 

              http://www.fzrphotography.com Over the years, it’s amazing how many engines I’ve seen destroyed by poor air filter maintenance. If you use foam or K&N style air filters, keep them clean and properly oiled. Never use aerosol foam filter oils on your foam filters! Bag them with liquid foam filter oil. Here is a quick Yamaha instruction video http://www.yamaha-motor.com I threw-in a quick clip at the end of a LT-Z400 that the customer was complaining on squeaking rear brakes. Can you guess why?

              Author: fzrsmkr
              Duration: 48
              Published: 2010-04-04 02:01:17
              Motorcycle Air Filters & Brakes

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              • Chief 9:50 pm on April 22, 2010 Permalink |
                Tags: Motorcycle seat Butty Buddy   

                Motorcycle seat Butty Buddy 

                The ButtyBuddy seat provides motorcycle passengers on-demand comfort when riding on bikes with small pillions or bare fenders. Our portable 3 piece seat comes with its own tote and snaps together in seconds, providing correct shape and width necessary for enjoying those long road trips. We have freed thousands from serious numb-bun pain, and ButtyBuddy will work for you too! Money Back Guaranteed!

                Author: ButtyBuddy
                Duration: 142
                Published: 2010-03-26 16:55:36
                Motorcycle seat Butty Buddy

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                • Chief 9:50 pm on April 22, 2010 Permalink |
                  Tags: Motorcycle Rally Ready TOTW   

                  Motorcycle Rally Ready TOTW 

                  In this tip, Kyle Bradshaw of http://www.CruiserCustomizing.com discusses the items all riders should think about before heading out on a long distance or motorcycle rally expedition. In this tip you will find accessories for making the miles more manageable, tools for unforeseen adventures, and items often sought after once riders arrive at their destinations. Accessories for the Road Wind Protection: You will most likely find a Fairing or Windshiled the greatest way to protect yourself from the wind, the rain or any other outside element. Some of the best fairings are Kuryakyn AirMaster, Sportech, and Hoppe. When it comes to Windshileds, Memphis Shades and National Cycle are two of the Industry Leaders. Comfortable Seat: When talking about racking up the miles, your rear end is often the most abused and often the most neglected body part. Mustang Seats and Saddleman make great seats designed to help you go the distance. Rear Luggage: In addition to saddlebags, there are many other options available for sissybar or rear seat luggage. Sissybars or Passenger Backrests: If carrying a passenger, a sissybar is a great way to ensure he or she remains safe and comfortable. Cobra, National Cycle, and Custom World International are three of the industry leaders when it comes to passenger backrests. Motorcycle Specific Tool Kits and Tire Repair Kit are items you think you can do without… until the need arises. Treat yourself to a quality tool and tire repair kit so you are covered if

                  Author: CruiserCustomizing
                  Duration: 216
                  Published: 2010-04-09 15:16:29
                  Motorcycle Rally Ready TOTW

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                  • Chief 9:49 pm on April 22, 2010 Permalink |
                    Tags: Motorcycle Riser Tip   

                    Motorcycle Riser Tip of the Week from Cruiser Customizing by Kyle Bradshaw 

                    Kyle Bradshaw of http://www.CruiserCustomizing.com explains and demonstrates the use and benefits of motorcycle risers. Risers are offered by manny manufacturers and are a simple way to customize your riding position. Choosing the correct riser from Barons, Show Chrome Accessories, Custom World, Rivco, KEWL Metal, Drag Specialties, and many others will allow you to reposition your bars up, down, closer to you, or farther away from you depending on the style of riser you choose. Riser installation is simple and can be acomplished by any rider in their own garage with simple hand tools. Thank you for watching this Cruiser Customizing Tip of the Week. Tune in next week to learn about the choice and installation of handlebar control lines and cables. Until Next Week, Take Care & Ride Safe! Kyle

                    Author: CruiserCustomizing
                    Duration: 310
                    Published: 2010-03-05 14:57:37
                    Motorcycle Riser Tip of the Week from Cruiser Customizing by Kyle Bradshaw

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                    • Chief 9:49 pm on April 22, 2010 Permalink |
                      Tags: , , , Part Two,   

                      Hips, Grips, Bars, Risers and Seats, Part Two 

                      Dave Richardson of Moto International in Seattle teams up with Juliette Pezé of Peckhammer TV to talk about motorcycle modifications for women riders. This webisode focuses on adjustments and modifications to the clutch and brake levers.

                      Author: peckhammer
                      Duration: 244
                      Published: 2010-02-01 21:02:07
                      Hips, Grips, Bars, Risers and Seats, Part Two

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