The Bikers’ Den Blog


Must See Biker Movies and Shows

Biker movies and television shows have been a staple in the film industry for decades, offering a glimpse into the world of two-wheeled rebellion and freedom. From the outlaws of “Easy Rider” to the vengeance-fueled Sons of Anarchy, these films and shows have captured the essence of what it means…

The Future of E-Motorcycles

Electric motorcycles, also known as e-motorcycles, are becoming increasingly popular as consumers and manufacturers alike recognize the benefits of electric propulsion. One of the main advantages of e-motorcycles is their environmental friendliness. Electric motors produce zero emissions, making them a cleaner alternative to traditional gasoline-powered motorcycles. Additionally, e-motorcycles are often…

Why Harley (Quietly) Got Rid Of LiveWire

Those of ya’ll who’ve been reading us for a long time know how I feel about Harley’s LiveWire bike… It’s not traditional It’s not a V-twin It’s shockingly “un-Harley” It’s expensive for an electric I’ve said over and over that, on the one hand, it’s a 180 degree turn from…

Yes, Harley IS Closing… Sort Of

An interesting piece of news came out of Milwaukee a few weeks ago, and like so many things “Harley” there are several ways to take it. Harley-Davidson Inc.’s top executive Jochen Zeitz said the company will “repurpose” its historic 500,000-square-foot headquarters on Milwaukee’s west side later this year.  The CEO…

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Okay, for a lot of you, the title might not be as real as it was three weeks ago, but down here, we’re a little slower to change to Autumn.  In fact, as of this writing, the first drops into the thirties at night are predicted this weekend. In short?…

Beat The Heat Roadtrips

Here we are, September, and in many places in North America – yes, even in Canada, it’s hot. Down South, the mercury routinely touches the century mark, and even my friends up in the Midwest are complaining about hot temps and humidity that’s off the charts.  The problem, of course,…

Starting Them Out Safely

One of the things that’s frustrating about riding is the lack of options for learning about bikes unless you’re born into a family that rides.  I can’t tell you the number of young people that ask me about riding, and – if they’ve got an adult with them – the…

What’s In A Nickname?

Say what you want, but we’ve all got them – your road name or nickname, depending on what part of the country you live in.  I’ve heard plenty of them over the years, and the best ones, as far as I’m concerned, have a great story behind them. Anybody can…

Most of Us Can’t Use This Tip

But I’m going to tell you anyway.  A few weeks ago, a buddy of mine was bemoaning the way the old plastic on his street bike was faded and oxidizing.  He’d tried everything – the old school stuff like polishing compound, the latest gimmick on YouTube, and he’d even considered…

Fuelly Tips

It seems freakin’ weird to be writing an article about fuel economy for motorcycles, but here we are.  Gas is through the roof and what once was a pleasant way to waste $30 on a weekend is now more like wasting a day’s pay on the weekend. Nevertheless, here goes:…

Making the Best of It

One of the things I’ve always enjoyed about the pastime of riding is how changes seem to exist outside of you.  You’re not only moving in (and through) a place, but as we ride, the environment we’re riding through changes, too. That high country backroad that’s closed in the winter…

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