Planning And Preparing For A Motorcycle Road Trip

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Planning And Preparing For A Motorcycle Road Trip

5 August 2018
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There are few things in life that are as freeing, refreshing, and awesome as hitting the road on a motorcycle. Are you planning a trip on your touring bike sometime in the near future? Here, you'll find a few tips that can help to ensure your trip goes off without a hitch.

Research Service Stations

Before you hit the road, you must take a minute to map out all of the service stations along the route. If something were to go wrong with your bike while you're many miles from home, you need to know exactly what your options will be to get the repairs made quickly and get back on the road.

Researching the stations ahead of time will provide you with a list of service stations, but you'll need to take the time to make sure that the listings are accurate and that the stations are still operational.


How many people are you traveling with? If you're traveling with a large group of friends, one option for accommodations to consider is renting a vacation home at your destination. Instead of staying in a small, cramped hotel room with nothing more to do than watch bad television, you'll have an entire house to share with the people that you're riding with.

There are a number of online services to connect you with the rental homes available in the area in which you're headed. Once you split the cost of the house rental with everyone that's traveling with you, you'll likely find that it ends up being cheaper than everyone getting hotel rooms and having no options but to eat out each meal. The house will make it possible to enjoy your time in the kitchen with your friends – saving you a ton of cash on take out.


Be prepared for wind. As you know, the highways aren't friendly places for riders, but if you prepare for the abuse that you're about to sustain, you'll get through the ride much more easily.

Helmets are a good idea, but not required in many states. If you're crossing state lines and don't wear a helmet when you ride, make sure to check the state laws to find out if you are required to wear a helmet in that state. If so, make sure that you've grabbed your helmet on the way out.

Long rides, good friends and a wonderful destination – the things that summers are made of. Get your bike ready and head out to create memories that you'll cherish forever. Look into touring motorcycles services for more tips.

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Hello, my name is Liam. Welcome to my site about preparing your car for each run down the drag strip. When I started building my drag racer, I had no idea how much preparation was required before every race. I thought that my vehicle build would hold up well under the harsh demands of the quarter mile races. Over time, I learned what areas of my car to pay close attention to before returning to the starting line. I will share this information on my site to help you prepare your own vehicle for your drag race runs and motor sport events.