Motorcycle First Aid Kit

Motorcycle First Aid Kit

Last updated on April 1st, 2020

There is no need to speak about the risks of motorcycling. Not only is it inherently dangerous given the little protection it provides, but you’re also constantly exposed to the elements with all that that entails. Nonetheless, that only makes the experience even more thrilling and rewarding. As such, a compact motorcycle First Aid Kit (FAK), and the skills to use it, should be a must-have in any rider’s kit. Here I’m going to detail what I carry in my comprehensive First Aid Kit as inspiration for anyone else – As well as some tips. If you have any recommendations or suggestions of your own, I’d be happy to hear about them, too! But first, the prelude. Continue reading “Motorcycle First Aid Kit”

Coban GPS Tracker Alarm GPS303G / TK303G Review

Coban GPS Tracker Alarm GPS303G TK303G Review - Title Thumbnail

Last updated on February 18th, 2019

Before even thinking about installing a motorcycle GPS tracker, you have to pick one first. After years of trying out alarms, I’ve finally found one that I’m satisfied with. And it’s the Coban GPS303G GPS tracker alarm . Sure, it isn’t the perfect car alarm, but at the price one can hardly complain.

If you want to see a review of this GPS tracker alarm, plus a break-down of its features and specs, keep reading.

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Helmet Quick-Release Buckle How-To

Helmet Quick-Release Buckle How-To

Last updated on April 1st, 2020

If you’re an ATGATT type of guy, then you know how much nicer it is to ride with gear that works with you, and not against you. That especially includes your helmet. There’s nothing worse than speeding off into the sunrise on a motorcycle…only to stop on the side of the road minutes later to fasten your helmet. All because you can’t buckle up the D-Rings with gloves on while riding. Thankfully, there’s a fix for that. Here’s how to add a helmet quick-release buckle to any helmet.
Project Specs:

Difficulty: Easy
Tool Requirements: Basic
Time: 2-3 Hours
Cost: 5$

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Custom Motorcycle Hip Armor from D3O

Custom motorcycle hip armor with D3O

Last updated on April 15th, 2019

So sometime ago, I upgraded some Kevlar jeans to give them maximum protection in a casual looking package. Among the upgrades was a custom tailbone protector. Though I looked around for a commercial option first, apparently no one sold standalone, CE rated tailbone protectors. I decided the cheapest and easiest way to get one would be to cut up a cheap  D3O CE Level 1 Back Protector and use that. With the material I had left over, I made some custom motorcycle hip armor for some other riding jeans I hadThis is that. Surprisingly, the result was so good that these days I’d rather do it again than buy the commercial solutions. To see how I did it, keep reading. Continue reading “Custom Motorcycle Hip Armor from D3O”

DIY Insulated Pizza Bag for Motorcycles

Insulated Pizza Bag for motorcycles on a 2015 Kawasaki Ninja 300 sport bike

Last updated on December 10th, 2018

Have you ever had the craving of both a pizza…and a motorcycle ride? I sure have. I try to use my motorcycle whenever I can, and a pizza run is no exception. More so considering that I’d feel guilty spending extra gas money on fetching junk food in a car. If you’ve ever wanted to comfortably carry pizza on a sport bike, check out this universal insulated pizza bag.  And no. Balancing it on the gas tank between your elbows doesn’t count as comfortable. Continue reading “DIY Insulated Pizza Bag for Motorcycles”