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Discussion in 'General Motorcycling Discussion' started by Loz, Nov 18, 2004.

  1. Having recently announced my triumphant return to the upper echelons of free agentry (ie. software company I was working for just exploded and I'm out of a job :) ) I've found myself with plenty of web surfing time on my hands.

    Here's a few great sites I've stumbled across with plenty of good reading. They're no Netrider, of course, but they can dream.

    Motorcycle Cruiser Magazine (includes links to fantastic sites for 4 other magazines dealing with other bike types. Each of these other magazines contains the same amount of useful information - but I'm a cruiser fan)
    http://www.motorcyclecruiser.com



    Motorcycle Safety Forums (including at last count 176 short but great articles on road riding by a Goldwing Geezer who really seems to have his head screwed on)
    http://www.msgroup.org/forums/mtt/default.asp

    Bikepoint's riding tips
    from Superbike School owner Steve Brouggy add a racer's perspective at:
    http://bikepoint.ninemsn.com.au/por...D__5766/BikeTipType__Tech/DesktopDefault.aspx

    They're my regulars... Any others worth a look?
    Cheers
    Loz
     
  2. Thanks for the linxs.

    You also have good old MSN of course.
     
  3. thanks bud,the sites r good.
     
  4. Oh, I forgot one:
    http://tinyurl.com/5lety



    Note that I've modified the search to get rid of all the pocket bikes. This is where I go to fantasize about my next bike...
     
  5. Remind me to come out on a ride with you one day Marty... I wanna be in an action pic... :)
     
  6. great read, thanks Loz. :)
     
  7. You idjit. :LOL:
     
  8. There's an old saying "When you're travelling, never take an idjit with you, you can always pick one up when you get there".