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Ever try finding a firing pin for an Iowa Class battleship's 16 inch guns? They probably didn't make very many - and the ones they did make were last made probably...

Doctoring the Sherpa, Part 2

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Last week, I posted an article about my 2000 Kawasaki KL250 Super Sherpa. It's a fun little dual-sport that was jetted lean from the factory to keep Uncle off of Kawasaki's back....

The Emergency Bike

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I've written before about the soundness of owning - of getting if you don't already own - a motorcycle in order to remain mobile in the months and possibly years ahead....

Dumb – As Seen in the Rearview

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We all do dumb things - which we thought at the time we did them were smart things. One of the dumbest things I’ve done over the past several years was...

Two Wheeled Red Barchettas . . .

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Motorcycles will probably prove to be the real-life Red Barchettas. You may remember the great Libertarian anthem by the classic rock band, Rush. It depicts a future world in which private cars...

Motorcycle Clovers…

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I used to think that people who ride are almost by default non-Clovers. It takes higher-order skills, for one, to ride a motorcycle than it does to drive a car. In...

Bike Basics: The Oil Change

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One of the perks of owning a motorcycles is that routine maintenance is -  usually - much easier to perform than a similar job on a car. Oil and filter changes,...

App Before You Wrench

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Back in the day, when your bike wasn’t running right, you had to wrench to figure out why. Now, you can tap an app on your phone. And know what needs wrenching......

Get An Old Bike… While You Can Still Afford An Old Bike

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As new bikes become more and more like new cars - that is, complicated and expensive, both to buy and maintain - the remaining supply of old bikes is going to get...

Making a New (or Just New to You) Bike Your Own

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What are some common weak points of the "as it sits" new bike? And how do you go about making a bike right - for you? * Factory seats - The stock saddle...
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