In the first part of this article, we asked ChatGPT to spill the beans on the best way of becoming a skilled biker. And what differentiates a talented biker from a beginner. We were pretty stoked to see what the AI had to say. Surprisingly, it had some pretty solid insights.
In this article, we wonder what it takes to become a skilled biker? What are the criteria? And are there any tips for success?
Here’s our in-depth review of the Belstaff Brooklands motorbike jacket, from the eponymous brand, which we mentioned in our list of original gift ideas for bikers.
As we pass the mid-season mark, it’s time for our detailed insights about the state of the Swiss motorbike market.
We already mentioned it in our list of original gifts for bikers. However, we hadn’t really had a chance to try it out in real life. But now we actually have. And after 6 months of use in all sort of conditions, we can give you a detailed review of the Shoei Glamster helmet.
After 3 months of trying them out in all sorts of conditions, we’re ready to review the Riding Culture cargo pants.
I am doing a full product review of the Koso heated grips. Are they worth their price? What do they have more than the competition? Read along for a detailed test in real conditions.
Let’s face it! When starting up a new thing, we all have to start from the bottom and work our way up. Also, we have prepared a beginner’s guide for future bikers where we cover all the basics: budget, choice of bike, tools, etc.
As usual, the umbrella organisation MotoSuisse has published the figures for new motorbike registrations in Switzerland for 2022. And the results are contrasted. Consolidated over the whole year, sales of new motorbikes fell by 20.5% for all manufacturers and all engine sizes.
Having remained for a long time in the shadow of its Milanese big brother (EICMA), the Lyon Motorbike Show has serious arguments to boast and we would not be surprised if it were to impose itself, in the near future, as a major event among the specialised fairs.