Hi and welcome to Adrian Motorcycles. If you’ve not guessed it already, my name is Adrian and I love motorcycles.
At first, my idea was to create a site that would help others bikers navigate their way through the myriad of options there are when buying a motorcycle, a helmet and any other number of accessories in the “biking” industry.
I have been riding for over 15 years and during that time I have gone through my fair share of bikes and gear. You see, this isn’t just a hobby for me, but a way of life. So much so that I have sent the last 12 years working for one of the top motorcycle producers in the world. I won’t reveal who that is as this is an unbiased personal project of mine.
Feel free to browse around the site. You will find plenty of information on motorcycles, ranging from styling and repair/maintenance, to choosing the right safety equipment. Plus, you can use my concise buying guide to help choose the right GPS for your motorcycle. Also, feel free to leave comments and suggestions to the content you read on the site, it will help me to serve the family better.
After all, bikers are family.
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Motorcycle Oggle Material! (aka The Gallery)
Handy Tips Section
One of the questions I am asked most from fellow bikers is a simple yet challenging one if you’ve never done it before. I’m talking about fitting a GPS to your motorcycle…the right way!
Check out the video below which shows you step-by-step how you can do it yourself in less than 10 minutes!
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Safety Equipment For Motorcyclists
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Obviously by far the most important piece of safety equipment you can buy is a helmet. This is a legal requirement in most states and can save your life if you’re unlucky enough to be involved in an accident.
Even the safest of riders should wear a helmet at all times, because an accident is generally not the bikers fault, but the fault of car drivers who are not used to looking for bikes approaching.
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A full set of leathers will save your skin and bones should you come off your bike. Even on a nice hot sunny and dry day you can loose concentration for a second and you meet the tar…these are literally a life saver, plus you will look cool in proper biker leathers!
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So we’ve had protection for your head and body, but what about your feet? Quite often the feet are the first part of the body to have impact, and they can also be dragged across the gravel. So comfortable and proper fitting boots that will protect your toes from bikes being dropped on them are a must have piece of safety equipment.
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Gloves are not just there to protect your hands they also keep them warm! Travelling at 80 on the freeway has a windchill effect that cause the temperature your hands are exposed to to plummet. Wearing gloves enables you to keep your dexterity which is required for turning and indicating when turning.