I’m Michael Greene, a motorcycle expert. I don’t hesitate to call myself an expert after 30+ years of riding motorcycles, working on them, buying them, and selling them to other riders. Not a day goes by that I don’t ride one of my bikes. My most prized possession is my Harley Davidson XL, and I wouldn’t trade it for anything in the world. I first learned how to ride on a Norton, and although I really loved that bike, I’ve since been a huge Harley proponent. Nothing rides quite like a Harley.
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I want to discuss motorcycle topics and my passion for riding with others who feel the same way, so I built this website to do just that. Don’t hesitate to make comments, ask questions, or interact in any way you can.
How to charge a car battery with a charger
Your car battery could have run out of charge for a variety of reasons. However, if you have a car battery charger at hand, then this should not be an issue. Unfortunately, however, a dead car battery could cause you to be late for an important meeting or other engagement. That said, it is always important to have a working charger in your home. Fortunately, the process of charging your car is the same regardless of your vehicle model or the charger you choose. Take a look at the steps below and follow them to take charge of your situation. […]
Let’s Take a Look at the Differences Between a Car, Motorcycle, and Marine Battery
We’ve all had that horrible moment when after getting into our car in the morning we turned the key expecting the engine to roar to life, only for nothing to happen. If you use your car, motorbike or boat regularly, then the unfortunate fact is that this means your battery is on its way out and so will need replacing. Since there are so many batteries on the market today, I have put together a list of helpful things to keep an eye out for when buying a new one. Beginning with The Car Battery There are numerous different types […]
Auto Body Repairs Fixing Small Dents and Scratches
Motor vehicle repairs can be quite costly, so it’s a good idea to be able to do some simple auto repairs like fixing small dents and scratches. Taking it to the auto body shop to do these repairs can cost a lot of money, which is why it pays to know these easy do-it-yourself tips. This article takes a look at a few methods you can use to tackle those minor dents and scratches, which can be so annoying. Repairing Car Dents Nowadays there are several options for filling in minor dents in your car. One of the easiest methods […]
The Top 10 Car Repair Problems
If you are someone who has ever attempted to repair your own car then you will no doubt have experienced just one of the thousands of problems that can occur when trying to fix a car. Should you be interested in finding out a few of the most common problems that occur when it comes to fixing a car then take a look at this list. You might think that some of them couldn’t possibly be in the top 10 but these are common knowledge within the industry and if you still don’t believe then all you need to do […]
MotoGP: Is Passing in Moto2 So Hard to Understand?
I am now being led to believe that after all these years of riding and racing a motorcycle, I know little about the art of passing, on track or on highway. Well that is what happened when offering a comment on a blog yesterday about the Marquez/Luthi last lap pass in MotoGp, Moto2 race. But I did get some comments that see things like they are and were. So I thought I would offer up some common sense about passing in races. Let’s start by stating that Formula One race cars all have mirrors, motorcycles do not, and except for […]
The How to
Well, one way to learn something about riding on the street, or track, is to go to school. The school I chose, was the California Superbike School, as in the image. That slim fellow to the right is the owner of this school, and instructor as well. The list of riders who went on to win championships is long , Scott Russel being just one. They travel the US with the school, Barber being to closest to me at the moment, but I did my thing at Road America. I know there are many schools at many tracks these days, […]
I have been going through all the motocross schools that I had time for on the Internet, and have come to the conclusion that the best way to get schooling is from a Club, or from a pro rider who rides your track. It was and is the way I got my instruction on motocross, not that I ever won a lot of races, but I didn’t get hurt and had a great time racing. But most of the pro riders ride on the home track, and a lot of them do schools for a small fee. Helps them […]