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Fall Motorcycle Gear

Fall Motorcycle Gear

by Chris Rutter September 24, 2020

From the cool, comfortable weather to the changing scenery, almost everything about autumn makes it the perfect time to hop on your bike and hit the road. But some fall conditions aren't so ideal and call for the right motorcycle gear. So how do you gear up for an autumn motorcycle ride?

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Seven Motorcycle TV Shows to Watch When You Can't Ride

Seven Motorcycle TV Shows to Watch When You Can't Ride

by Chris Rutter September 17, 2020

If you’ve been dreaming of the open road but can’t head out just yet, the second-best thing to do is to live vicariously through TV shows and movies about Harley-Davidson motorcycles.

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How to Remove My Harley's Radio

How to Remove My Harley's Radio

by Chris Rutter September 10, 2020

If you want to install a great new radio system in your Harley-Davidson to really customize your sound, you’ll first have to remove the radio your Harley came with.

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Motorcycle Camping Checklist

Motorcycle Camping Checklist

by Chris Rutter September 03, 2020

A camping trip encourages you to slow down and learn how to live with basic necessities and your own outdoor skills. Use this motorcycle camping trip planner and checklist to prepare for the ultimate two-wheel adventure. 

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Tips for Commuting on a Motorcycle

Tips for Commuting on a Motorcycle

by Chris Rutter August 27, 2020

Not all Harley fans are weekend warriors. It's possible to commute to your job — even your office work — on your motorcycle. After all, why ignore your ride five days of the week?

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LED vs. Halogen Motorcycle Lights

LED vs. Halogen Motorcycle Lights

by Chris Rutter August 20, 2020

One of the most important safety features on your Harley is the lighting. Your headlights let you see properly in various conditions and ensure that others can see you.

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Intervals to Change Oil

Intervals to Change Oil

by Cliff John August 06, 2020

You know your motorcycle and riding habits better than anyone else. Most Harley-Davidson® enthusiasts complete a synthetic oil change every 3,000 to 5,000 miles based on model.

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The Tools Every Motorcyclist Should Own

The Tools Every Motorcyclist Should Own

by Cliff John July 30, 2020

We've put together a list of the top tools and devices you'll want in your toolbox for repairs and upgrades.

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Tips for Choosing Your Summer Motorcycle Gear

Tips for Choosing Your Summer Motorcycle Gear

by Cliff John July 23, 2020

Summer is the season all riders look forward to as they long for clear skies, vacations and longer days to stay outdoors. When the rising temperatures roll in, it's important to find a healthy balance with gear that keeps you safe while allowing room for ventilation. If you have a motorcycle trip booked this summer, be sure to review the Fat Head Cycles list of must-have gear for hot weather.

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The Ultimate Riding Playlist

The Ultimate Riding Playlist

by Cliff John July 16, 2020

You have many options for what you can listen to while on a Harley, but we'll help you narrow down your choices for the best motorcycle riding music.

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Sony 7000 vs. Sony DSX-M80

Sony 7000 vs. Sony DSX-M80

by Cliff John July 09, 2020

Our customers love the Sony 7000 (XAV-AX7000) and Sony DSX-M80, as each model appeals to different markets. Find out which aftermarket installation will suit your preferences.

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How to Make Your Next Ride More Comfortable

How to Make Your Next Ride More Comfortable

by Cliff John July 02, 2020

If you're big on touring, preparation is crucial so you can have a great riding experience you won't suffer for later. Let's go through some tips on how to stay comfortable on a long motorcycle ride.

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