Protecting Motorcycles from Theft

January 8th, 2018 by
Protecting Motorcycles from Theft

Like any valuable possession, motorcycles are very susceptible to theft. But there’s something uniquely awful about losing your bike. You might have dreamt about owning a bike for a long time, and even if you didn’t, your Yamaha or Kawasaki is more than just a valuable item. There’s often passion and sincerity involved in the…

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Basic Pre-Ride Inspection

January 8th, 2018 by
Basic Pre-Ride Inspection

Many drivers take the reliable functionality of an automobile for granted. A car seems to perform just fine despite minor mechanical flaws. However, when riding a motorcycle, you can’t make this same mistake. Even one damaged component, leaking fluid, or busted light can have dangerous consequences on the road. Because of its minimal design, your…

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Motorcycle Maintenance

January 8th, 2018 by
Motorcycle Maintenance

After spending hours on the road, your bike is going to need some TLC(Tender Loving Care). To stay in tip-top condition and keep your rides safe from bike malfunction, you’ll want to perform regular maintenance and upkeep. There are some things that can be performed on your own, but there are also more complex issues,…

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Must-Have Motorcycle Commuter Accessories

January 8th, 2018 by
Must-Have Motorcycle Commuter Accessories

Commuting is rarely a highlight in our daily lives, and for many people, it’s persistently one of the worst parts. But things are different when you’re riding your own motorcycle. Commuting on a motorcycle is great because you can save money on gas while not contributing to the overall level of traffic congestion. It also…

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Buying a Motorcycle Helmet

January 8th, 2018 by
Buying a Motorcycle Helmet

Unlike cars, motorcycles don’t offer much in the way of built-in safety equipment. There are no seat belts, no side-impact airbags, and no roll cages. The only thing standing between your head and the pavement is your helmet, and that makes it the most important piece of safety equipment a motorcycle owner will ever buy….

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Lucky Penny Cycles
Lucky Penny Cycles
1839 Airport Freeway
Bedford, TX, 76021 United States
817-283-1650
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