The Brain Bucket

Jo Kelley

Lover of horror movies, dive bars, and startled cat gifs. I cover the history of motorcycles, motorcycle news, and tell the stories of some of the most popular brands.

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Articles, Motorcycles, The Brain Bucket

Tips to Wash and Polish a Motorcycle

by Jo Kelley

How to Clean a Motorcycle: Tips to Wash and Polish a Motorcycle

Cleaning your motorcycle can be like cleaning your favorite sweater: wash it the wrong way and it’ll never look the same again. Of course, the stakes are much higher when your bike’s involved since you’ve spent more money on it than you did the sweater (at least I hope so).

Articles, Motorcycles, The Brain Bucket

The History of Indian Motorcycles

by Jo Kelley

The Timeline of Indian Motorcycles History

When it comes to time-honored American motorcycles, Indian is definitely a contender for the top spot with loyal fans and riders around the world. But what is the history of Indian? Take a ride with us as we explore the creation and adversity of an American favorite.

Quizzes, Motorcycles, The Brain Bucket

What Motorcycle Myths Are Actually True? (Quiz)

by Jo Kelley

How Dangerous are Motorcycles? Which Myths Should You Believe?

Learning how to ride a motorcycle? Start by dispelling some motorcycle myths!

Articles, Motorcycles, The Brain Bucket

Untrue Motorcycle Myths That Just Won't Die

by Jo Kelley

How safe are motorcycles: Motorcycle myths that continue to this day

Remember the old wives tales our parents used to tell us? Sitting too close to the TV will ruin your eyesight. Swallowed gum stays in your stomach for seven years. And, my personal favorite, Drinking coffee will stunt your growth. I didn’t much appreciate the latter because I only just started drinking coffee a few years ago, and I’ve been 5’2” since junior high...

Infographics, Motorcycles, The Brain Bucket

Tips of the Trade: Motorcycle Trade-In and Negotiation Secrets

by Jo Kelley

Learn How to Sell a Motorcycle or Negotiate a Trade With Confidence

While you’ll never have to put up with the hassle of trying to sell your motorcycle on your own when you do business with RumbleOn, we understand we may not be a good fit for everyone. Maybe you’ve been trading and selling powersports on your own for a while and have complete faith in your local dealership to get the job done to your liking. If this is the case, it never hurts to know some of the trade-in and negotiation secrets of the powersport industry.

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