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  • Sena Freewire Bluetooth Adapter Review (Long Term)

    Sena Freewire Bluetooth Adapter Review (Long Term)

    Ever since Bluetooth technology hit the market, Goldwing riders have been dreaming about cutting the cord and going wireless. Sena has made this easier with the introduction of the Freewire Bluetooth adapter.

    I have been testing the Freewire for several months on my 2012 Goldwing. I have been using the adapter connected wirelessly to the Sena 20S headset. The Freewire adapter connects to the Goldwing audio system via a special cord (included) that connects to the Goldwing audio DIN
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    Last edited by Cruiseman; 11-12-2017, 07:31 AM.

  • FOBO Bike Bluetooth TPMS Review

    FOBO Bike Bluetooth TPMS Review

    There are a lot of choices in tire pressure monitoring systems. I have tried a couple myself, with mixed results. And quite frankly, if Honda had a decent TPMS built into the Goldwing, an aftermarket one would not be necessary. However, the Goldwing TPMS is inadequate, not displaying the actual pressure of each tire. As a result, many Goldwing (and other motorcycle) riders opt for an aftermarket solution.

    FOBO Bike Bluetooth TPMS

    The FOBO system is unique in that it is...
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    Last edited by Cruiseman; 10-28-2017, 06:18 AM.

  • DynaBeads Review

    DynaBeads Review

    Solving Front-End Wobble
    Can Dyna Beads Be The Solution?

    For the past seven years I have been reading about Goldwing riders experiencing the dreaded front-end wobble. I had personally never experienced this phenomenon until I purchased my 2012 Goldwing. My 2005 and 2007 were both "wobble-free" rides. That is the strangest thing about the "wobble"; some Wings have it, and some don't.
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    Last edited by Cruiseman; 10-04-2014, 07:00 AM.

  • Product Review: Veskimo Personal Cooling System

    Product Review: Veskimo Personal Cooling System

    I don't personally buy the whole "man-made" global warming notion. But, when I am riding in the summer, especially in the South, I begin to wonder if there's not something going on! Riding in 95+ degree temps is not only uncomfortable, it can be dangerous. A rider can quickly become dehydrated leading to disorientation, dizziness, or worse. On two wheels, that spells disaster. There are several techniques that you can employ to stay cooler when riding. The most common is simply pouring...
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    Last edited by Cruiseman; 10-28-2017, 06:20 AM.

  • Product Review: LDComfort and Twisted Core

    Product Review: LDComfort and Twisted Core

    What you wear can affect how well you ride

    Staying comfortable not only adds to the enjoyment of the ride, it may also increase safety. When you are focused on your body's pain or discomfort, you are distracted from paying attention to traffic or road conditions. Motorcyclists spend a ton on aftermarket seats, backrests, highway pegs, etc., in an effort to improve the comfort of the ride.

    There is a growing number of clothing products that claim to increase rider comfort....
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    Last edited by Cruiseman; 10-23-2017, 09:13 AM.
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