Obviously, not every skateboarder feels like performing dangerous and impressive stunts. Some of them get the kick of riding around as fast as possible, for as long as possible without stopping or touching any surface. This style of skateboarding is called cruising and is to use your board as a transportation device to get to school, work or another point in town, or simply as a way to relax.Read more
No matter how powerful it may look, in reality, a motorcycle is a very fragile machine. Unlike cars, most motorcycles have all their vital components out in the open. With that being said, a bike can easily get damaged whether by a traffic accident (knock on wood) or something as simple as the bike falling off its side stand. So, if you want to avoid totalling your ride and paying thousands of dollars on repairs, it's really important to invest in some great crash protection.
But let's be clear, the role of crash protection parts isn't to make your bike 100% damage-resistant. They are just there to protect its most valuable and vulnerable components. Or in other words, this means keeping the engine, frame and gas tank intact. With that being said, here's what to consider when you buy motorcycle parts for protection.
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