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Damco rim lights were designed by Repeat Offenders sportbike club in order to add a custom touch to their bikes and now are available for sale all over the United States. The lights fit all Suzuki GSX-R and Katana models and require no drilling, neither removing the rims as mounting operations.

For the moment, they are available in three stand-out colors: Red, Blue and White. One kit includes enough lights to do front and rear rims and costs $195.00.

Note: 10% of every purchase goes to help families of fallen riders.

Watch their promotional video here or go to their website for more details.


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I wouldn’t want to see the guy’s face when he wakes up to see that his apparently secure motorcycle is nowhere to be found and the only proof that it even was there is the chained rear wheel.

But why resume to that when we can go on and imagine the scenario behind this shocking experience. It is clear that the bike wasn’t fitted with any alarm system as the thieves took the time and unbolted the rear wheel, carefully removed the chain, probably stacked the bike between the rest of their prey, and went on to look for some rear wheels on eBay or something.

How’s coffee when you see this?

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Ok so you’ve got your brand new performance exhaust and fell like mounting it yourself? No problem at all. This informative video shows you how easy you can make the important change with only a few tools and the necessary know how.

Bolt down the exhaust mounts, attach the new system and bolt back. It sounds easy, but why don’t you take a look at this video to find out more?


Source: Youtube
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Ok, so you’ve bought the brand new Honda CBR1000RR, ridden it for a while and now feel like accessorizing it a little bit. This is where Rizoma enters the scene and presents its special range of accessories that are meant to give it that nice special feel of a new bike again.

They have the purpose of protecting and yet personalizing your latest acquisition so that you and your passenger will feel more at home on your bike once it is equipped with new brake and clutch levers, footpegs and foot brake lever, as well as the tranny and chain protection.

The pics really speak for themselves.

Source: Rizoma
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SC-Project has just released their new line of silencers for the 2008 Yamaha T-Max model. Collecting burned gasses from two cylinders and taking them through a single carbon fiber silencer is now done in the most effective and elegant way. They so fit perfectly with the slender sporty look of the Yamaha scooter and also provide it with the extra sportsmanship which is always adequate in the case of such two-wheeled machineries. Also available is the stainless steel made AISI 304 which, (...)
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Italy is a country best characterized by a long history of exclusivity and adrenaline and it seems that sometimes pieces that contribute to that are the source of great controversy. Police (Carabinieri, as they are called) in the Provincial Command of Bergamo have discovered that Brembo Marchesini Diablo competition wheels from the handling department were stolen and afterwards marketed on the internet. The deal was made by two individuals who used a blog in order to post the stolen goods (...)
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As the motorcycle riding season gets fired up around the country, now is the time to make sure helmets are ready for riding. During April’s "Check Your Helmet Month" and throughout the year, motorcycle enthusiasts are reminded to follow a few simple rules to make sure their helmets are ready for summer riding: Fit is vital – a helmet must fit properly to be effective, and not all helmets fit the same. A good fitting helmet should rest one inch above your eyebrows and shouldn’t (...)
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Select Pattern, Inlay Material and Stitching Colors in 800 Possible Combinations A new Custom Seat Program from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories lets a customer design a leather seat that is hand-built to their specifications. Available for the solo Brawler seat (P/N 52246-08, $399.95) or the two-up Sidekick seat (P/N 52193-08, $479.95) designed to fit most 2006-later FX Softail models and 2007-later FLSTF Fat Boy and FLSTSC Softail Springer Classic models, the Custom Seat (...)
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Push-Button Remote Convenience for Hard Saddlebags and Tour-Pak The new Power Lock Kit for Touring Luggage from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories adds the convenience of remote powered locks to a Harley-Davidson Touring motorcycle, making it possible to lock and unlock the saddlebags and Tour-Pak with the touch of a button. The complete kit includes two key fobs, lock cylinders, power lock actuators, latches, cables, wire harness and installation hardware. There are two Power (...)
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Harley-Davidson Sportster owners can add rear suspension capacity with the new Two-Up Low Rear Shock Kit (P/N 54704-07, $184.95) from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories. These heavy-duty shocks and springs are tuned for the touring rider carrying the weight of a passenger or loaded saddlebags. The shock length and spring rate have been engineered to maintain the original-equipment seat height. The chrome-bodied shocks feature adjustable preload for a comfortable, controlled ride. The (...)

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