Have you ever considered enhancing your riding skills? There are several organisations and course available to bikers, and we’re proud to work with them at Bike Stop; better riders mean safer riders after all!
So you’re thinking about getting into biking? There’s no better time – the weather is picking up and cafes are opening up again (including Bike Stop’s at the weekends). You’ve probably got your heart set on a bike already and set aside some cash for the wheels, lessons and tests…but what about the gear?
The MotoGP 2021 is underway and the big question on every fan’s lips is will Marc Marquez be the same rider that he was before his accident? I personally doubt that he’ll be quite the same as he’ll undoubtedly have realised that he is mortal! Having said that he’ll still be the one to beat but it might take him a couple of rounds to get up to race speed (this is Marc Marquez I’m talking about so probably not!)
If you’ve ever been on a rideout with other bikers, or had a pillion, there’s a good chance you’ve had trouble communicating – whether it be as simple as directions or saying you need to stop for the loo, if you’re gesticulating with one hand in chunky bike gear there’s a good chance you’re not going to get your message across. The solution? A motorcycle intercom; let’s check out some of the best ones you can buy.
Last week we checked out some of the finest spots in the UK for bikers to go riding, but suffice to say there are many more to list; let’s take a look.
It’s fair to say that foreign holidays are looking a bit unlikely this year; fortunately, the Britain has some great places to ride and ride to. Let’s check out some of the best spots.
This week we’re talking luggage, not the sexiest of subjects, but for the biker it’s a big deal! Kriega has made a great name for itself making quality motorcycle-focussed luggage; let’s check out some of their latest and greatest kit.
A couple of weeks back we checked out some of the best leather one piece race suits, but what about the rest of what keeps you safe? Let's check out what other bits of kit we recommend to have the best trackday possible.
There’s a good chance you’ve heard of REV’IT!, a motorcycle gear company founded back in 1995 by Dutchman Ivan Vos. They’ve aimed from the beginning to make gear that hits the spot between super high-end premium and bargain basement. Let’s take a look at some of the REV’IT! gear we offer at Bike Stop.