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8 Things to Consider When You Learn to Ride a Motorcycle

by RumbleOn Road Captain

Advice for New Motorcycle Riders: 8 Things to Remember

Remember when you were new to riding? You were probably thrilled at the thought of getting the proverbial training wheels removed, weren’t you?


Well, slow down there a minute, Bucky, because patience really is a virtue if you want to learn to ride a motorcycle—the safe and proper way, that is. 

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Motorcycle Tech: What is the FUELL Fllow?

by RumbleOn Road Captain

This electric motorcycle by FUELL takes “Keeping Up With the Joneses” to an entirely new level. 

Recently, renowned motorcycle engineer and former Chief Technical Officer of Buell Motorcycle Company Erik Buell announced plans to create an electric motorcycle alongside a company called FUELL. Dubbed the FUELL Fllow, this innovative two-wheeler is scheduled to hit the market sometime this year, with pre-ordering available via FUELL’s website and delivery sometime near the end of 2020.

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Model Overview: 2014 Kawasaki Ninja 300 ABS Reviews and Specs

by RumbleOn Road Captain

What is it about the 2014 Ninja 300 ABS that has new and experienced riders raving?

Let’s see, shall we. 

By now, you’ve gathered that I prefer baggers to sportbikes, but a recent test ride of Kawasaki’s 2014 Ninja 300 ABS may have tilted my favor a bit. I generally prefer robust machines sporting engines that can be heard all the way in Timbuktu, but there’s something undeniably special about the Ninja 300. 

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Tips for Long-Distance Rides: How to Reduce Aches and Pains

by RumbleOn Road Captain

Love long rides and motorcycle touring, but hate the unpleasantness that follows?

Here’s some advice for riding long-distance that will, hopefully, ease your discomfort.

You’ve spent months perfecting your riding route, accounted for everything from weather, to motorcycle gear, to fuel stops, to estimated daily riding time. Your saddlebags are stuffed to the brim, and all of the important people have a copy of your itinerary.

But despite all this rigorous planning, there are a few things you’re still overlooking... Sore muscles, a bottom that’s chafed to bits, and ear drums that won’t stop ringing.

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Meet the Domio Moto: A Motorcycle Bluetooth Headset

by Jo Kelley

As prudent as wearing a motorcycle helmet is, it can be pretty troublesome when you’re trying to stream music. Enter Domio’s motorcycle headsets

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