Updated Oct 25, 2022 ...
Real World Riding
Listen in as we discuss the Husqvarna Vitpilen, a pre-tour shakedown and overextended weekends. Music by Otis McDonald. Download our feed here.
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Travis enjoyed our 9-day iteration of a 7-day tour in overly-technical form. Somewhere along the way he picked up a bizarre hunk of metal in his tire. Said metal is since removed, replaced by a plug-patch and Race Tech gold valves (because gold valves).
Tim installed crash bars on his Honda Africa Twin. He then enjoyed a shakedown run at the Soldiers Grove BMW rally complete with camping gear and other long distance riding products. Stay tuned for details regarding his 7500+ mile west coast tour!
Robin bought a 33' toy hauler and a 2015 Ford F350 to tow it. He also attended a MotoVid track day and is writing a review of the experience. He then immediately packed up shop and headed to Soldiers Grove to meet up with Tim and friends.
Our latest interview features Jason Herheim, a MotoVid instructor and head MSF RiderCoach for the Madison, Wisconsin area. Jason's Real World Speed Street Skills training curriculum expands on basic rider understanding for at-speed motorcycling. We highly recommend you sign up for the July 27 iteration of it by visiting MotoVid.com/product/street-skills.
The Husqvarna Vitpilen is an obscurely priced naked bike with a combination trellis/suspended motor.
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