Best Wet Weather Motorcycle Tyres
If you ride your motorcycle or scooter in all weathers you need a tyre that can cope with lashing rain, cold temperatures and dodgy road surfaces. With our guide you’ll be able to get the best tyre for your needs, so you don’t have to think about the grip available and can get on with going where you need to go in safety.
Pirelli Diablo Motorcycle Tyres Guide
Pirelli are an Italian firm and the word Diablo is Italian for devil. That gives you a fair idea of where Pirelli are pitching their Diablo motorcycle range; for fast road riders and racers. But what’s the difference between all of their Diablo motorcycle tyres and which ones are best for you?
Harley-Davidson Lithium Battery Guide
Lithium batteries aren’t just for racers. They are much lighter, sure, but they also have a higher cranking capability than the standard Harley Davidson lead-acid battery, meaning your Harley will start easier and faster with one. Find out all you need to know before making a buying decision in our guide.
Lithium Motorcycle Battery Buying Guide
Lithium motorcycle batteries are now more affordable than ever. They are around 30% more expensive than a quality lead-acid battery but they will last twice as long, weigh about two-thirds less and have a better cranking ability than a lead-acid. This guide is written to quickly help you understand the benefits of a lithium motorcycle battery, dispel the common myths and help you avoid any pitfalls.
Honda Africa Twin Tyre Guide
You can trace the current CRF1100 Africa Twin’s history all the way back to the mid ’80s. The bike that spawned the cult Africa Twin following was the Dakar-winning NXR750 (pictured above). It was a 780cc sand-eating missile, that was every bit the factory prototype although interestingly, it was never called the Africa Twin. Nope, … Continued
The Best Tyres for 125cc Scooters
Scooters tend to come with budget tyres as standard. When a quality tyre only costs a few quid more and is grippier, offers more feel and arguably is safer, it’s a false economy to throw cheap tyres on your 125cc scooter when it comes to replacing them. This guide helps you understand the differences and pick a decent tyre to help you ride with confidence.