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I hate technology.

No, I don’t hate new things just because they are new. I do not detest items simply because they work better. I hate technology’s constant march. Sometimes I get used to something that works well and I have no interest in trying something different. For instance, my cell phone is good for making calls. Why would I want to look at the internet in tiny form with no mouse on my phone? I have a computer for that.

Needless to say, I like carburetors. I trust them and I understand them, and for the type of riding I do, they are precise enough. Fuel-injection tuning and the associated headaches that come with it are something I gladly endure… for other people. When they are paying me.

#IHateTechnology   #VanceandHines   #harleydavidson   #Carburetor   #Fuelinjected  
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I bought this item from Revzilla.com ,, and I love it! Wow did it wake my bike up ,The acceleration is Awesome !
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In a matter of hours, the lights will be on at Losail International Circuit in Qatar and MotoGP bikes will be rolling onto the track for the first practice sessions of the season.

At last, after too long an absence, the sweet sound of racebikes at speed.

There are several reasons to hope for a competitive season of MotoGP racing in 2015. At the last preseason test, 14 riders lapped within a second of the best time and new names and marques are crowding toward the front. To help you get ready, here are five things you need to know and watch for as a new season pulls onto the track.

#MotoGP   #MotoGPQatar   #QatarGP  
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What you need to know; it's still MM's to lose.  I don't see a big shakeup this year even w/adding Aprilia and Suzuki.  And I don't think Yam has created a Honda killer, not from the testing results I've seen.  And sorry Ducati, Stoner is still retired. 
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The amount of parts for Harley Davidson motorcycles are simply astounding. A good v-twin motorcycle parts expert is invaluable in finding the right pieces to augment your two-wheel thunder-mobile. Here in our 2015 Best Harley Parts Buyers Guide, Lemmy, our resident wrenching expert, outlines the best v-twin parts of the year. Breaking it down as only he can, this buying guide will give you the information to keep you lookin’ good, runnin’ good, and feelin’ good both on the bike and off.

#Harley   #harleydavidson   #harleydavidsonmotorcycles   #vtwin  
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2015 YAMAHA R3 REVIEW

Sometimes, the best things in life come in small packages.

#Yamaha   #YamahaR3   #Yamaharacing   #motorcycles  
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The pros and cons of the three main methods for converting your motorcycle engine's power into smoky burnouts.

#FinalDrive   #Chains   #Belts   #Shafts  
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Whether you've already placed your deposit for a new 2015 Yamaha YZF-R1 or YZF-R1M or are just thinking about it, Yamaha's new R1 and R1M meter simulators are the perfect tool to either help you get acquainted with your new bike or push you over the edge to place an order.

The simulators give you a view of the handlebars and TFT screen and allow you to control the bike's menu systems using the menu wheel, mode toggle, and pass/lap button. The system is fairly intuitive and I was able to change fuel maps, traction and lift control settings, and create my own custom riding modes, without too much difficulty.

#YamahaMotorUSA   #MotoGP   #simulator   #YamahaR1  
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Polaris, now the owners of an electric motorcycle company, has filed for a trademark on the name "Victory Charger."

Last year, Brammo released "sketches" of new models supposedly in their pipeline in an attempt to improve their fundraising. The drawing labeled "eCRUISER" drew some interest given that it followed the public relations splash of the Harley-Davidson Livewire Experience demo tour.

#Polaris   #VictoryMotorcycles   #HarleyDavidson   #LiveWire   #BrammoMotorcycles  
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I'd totally be cool with a cruiser commuter electric bike.
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It looks like Honda has chosen the Osaka Motorcycle Show to unveil all sorts of goodies. First, we had the CRF250 Rally Concept, and now this. 

Honda is calling the Bulldog Concept a "Lovable Touring Partner," because of its go-anywhere nature and easy-riding accessibility.

#HondaMotorcycles    #HondaRuckus   #HondaRacing   #HondaMotorsports  
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It looks like a Lego bike
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At the northern latitudes, motorcycles pop up on the road on the first nice day like a hatch of mayflies: one day none, the next they're everywhere. And that phenomenon explains why riders need to be extra smart in the spring.

There are special hazards to springtime riding that require us to be mentally prepared. They easily break down into three categories: hazards from the environment, from those around us, and from within.

#Hazard   #motorcyclesafety   #becareful   #ridingseason  
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One of the main benefits of lane-splitting is the ability to filter to the front when stopped at a red light, which drastically reduces the chance of motorcyclist being rear-ended by cars. This amendment would reduce riders' chances of being hit from behind by increasing their chances of a head-on collision.

There is just so much wrong with this. Good luck to you, kind people of Washington. You may want to call your representatives.

#lanesplitting   #safetyfirst   #legalizeit   #motorcyclesafety  
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Here in Mexico line-splitting is not allowed by law. But everybody does it. No proper regulation for motorcyclists so all is an unsafe and wild mess, even though you spend very few time in traffic than in your car. Except in Mex City where rain season lasts 6 months.
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The best motorcycle gloves are that way for a reason. The 2015 Best Short Cuff Motorcycle Glove Buying Guide is here to point those reasons out. For standard, around town riding in temperate conditions, sometimes it is best just to have a pair of non-complex motorcycle gloves that are short and to the point. Easy access, extreme comfort and mobility, superior style, and all with the requisite motorcycle-specific features that you would expect. With our guide to the best short motorcycle gloves on the market today, this 2015 Buyers Guide will give you a great jumping off point in your search.

#ICON   #Dainese   #Alpinestars   #motorcycleclothing   #gloves  
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The smallest class of sporty bikes, which once was a neglected segment in the U.S. market, with few offerings and no updates for years at a time, has now become one of the most fun to watch. Honda and Kawasaki have already pushed each other to step up their game in this class, and the new Yamaha R3 just increased the pressure, while ensuring KTM can't just walk in and claim top spot without a struggle. The gauntlet has been thrown down.

#Yamaha   #Yamahamotorsports   #Yamaharacing   #YamahaR3   #beginnerbike  
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Hopefully abs in '16.
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4020 S 26th St Philadelphia, PA 19112
4020 South 26th StreetUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19112
(877) 792-9455revzilla.com
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"Best motorcycle store ever hands down."
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"The selection of clothing apparel is absolutely phenomenal."
"Especially helmets and jackets."
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What an outstanding company. Great pricing, selection, and most important...some of the best customer service I've ever come across. I am definitely a loyal RevZilla customer. I won't look elsewhere when ordering gear/parts.
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Root Khan
4 months ago
I don't go into this showroom very often, but every time i have gone the staff are always very alive and enthusiastic. I went this year 2014, the thursday before halloween, to buy the new Icon field armor vest. The staff were all dressed up in costumes and the gentleman fitting me seemed to have genuine concern for my lack of proper gear, it's not like he was just trying to sell me something and shove me out the showroom. He even offered to have it ordered if they didn't have it in my size. Don't expect them to have parts for your bike in the showroom it's mostly just the latest gear but with the warehouse they have in Philadelphia (supposedly), everything i have ordered off the website recently hasn't come in longer than 2 days, even if you order on a Thursday which i have on three recent occasions. I buy all my gear from RevZilla now when it is available. Please go!
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Al Weeks
8 months ago
My wife and I drove from New Hampshire braving over eight hours of East Coast traffic simply to shop at Revzilla for a motorcycle jacket for each of us. We are both motorcycle novices with absolutely no knowledge about motorcycle clothing. We arrived on a rainy Saturday morning just as the shop opened. The selection of clothing apparel is absolutely phenomenal. I spent the better part of an hour with Bobby, a my age 60s motorcycle racer, who immediately sized me up and chose the most appropriate jacket. He patiently explained all of the features and had me try on other models just for comparison. He was also a willing fountain of information on other topics about motorcycle riding. I purchased the model he recommended and have been extremely happy. If you are anywhere near Philadelphia, I wholeheartedly recommend you visit Revzilla and meet with Bobby. I have no doubt you will be pleased you made the effort.
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Andrew Ortlieb
9 months ago
Awesome store if you are into motorcycles. A lot of the stuff is pretty expensive but they have the guaranteed lowest prices so you can't really argue with that. Also the staff is happy to assist you and they let you sit on a CBR when trying on gear.
Ken Ching
5 months ago
Drove up from DC because I wanted to try on a lot of jackets in one spot and figure out the rest of my kit as a complete novice. The store was busy but Kat, Socrates and Bobby made it a great experience. Revzilla's inventory was amazing...literally every jacket, boot and glove I was interested in was available to try on. The staff were personally invested in taking me through it and ensuring I made good decisions. In a few hours I left the store 100% confident in my purchase and full of random tips about the world of motorcycles well beyond clothing. These guys obviously all love motorcycling and have deep knowledge that they enjoy passing on to others.
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Tom Noffsinger
4 months ago
I stopped in the 26th Street showroom Saturday to look at helmets after driving up from Newark, DE where I was visiting friends in the area. It was worth the drive both for the quality and selection, plus the fantastic customer service. I spent more than an hour looking at helmets, trying on different models and sizes and asking questions about features and differences. Everyone was extremely helpful and offered their thoughts to educate, rather than convince me that one choice was better than the other. If they shared a personal opinion, they also explained why. It may have been the best experience I've had in a motorcycle/gear shop in 15+ years of street riding!
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Jeremiah Williams
4 months ago
awesome place with best prices. I order online because I live in Texas and no one can beat their deals.
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matthew watson
a year ago
Bobby took awesome care of me, got ne setup with my first time gear. Everyone there is amazing. Could not ask for better service.