What Happened to Mike?

I got a text message from my friend and fellow track day enthusiast Mark that Saturday afternoon. He was asking if it would be ok for a 3rd person to hitch a ride with us to Calabogie in Mark’s truck for 2 days at the track. Ordinarily, this would be a pretty straightforward answer. First... Continue Reading →

Group Riding Tips

One of the greatest aspects of motorcycling is its ability to bring people together of varying ages and from various walks of life.  The challenge however is that group riding poses some unique challenges and risks that aren't present in single or paired rides.  In this Chance Moto article, we'll look at ways to get... Continue Reading →

About Motorcycle Ear Plugs

We're not going to tell you that you should wear hearing protection when riding your motorcycle.  If you're reading this article, you've probably thought about it or better yet, already use some type of ear plug.  In this Chance Moto write up, we'll look at 4 options designed to protect your hearing while riding. Option... Continue Reading →

5 Street Riding Faux-Pas

Allow us to introduce to you, the "squid".  Not the cephalopod, octopus-looking sea creature, but rather the motorcycle-riding "squirrely kid".  Perhaps best defined by Urban Dictionary, the squid is a common sighting in most urban jungles, exhibiting behaviours that are often dangerous to both themselves and to those around them.   Our hope in publishing... Continue Reading →

Modern Motorcycle Systems and Sensors

In 1980, the average motorcycle had a handful of sensors.  Today, it's commonplace to find over 20 sensors on a bike. Since fuel injection, motorcycles have been adopting new technologies to increase safety, improve performance and offer new features.  The advantages and appeal of features like ABS, Lean-Angle Sensing Traction Control, Wheelie Control and even Tire... Continue Reading →

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