Motorcycles and the Need for Accessories
Sure, there are a lot of advantages to using a motorcycle. You can enjoy the fact that you now have to spend less on your vehicle. With the cheaper maintenance and insurance costs, you know for a fact that your motorcycle is really one of the best things that have ever happened to your mobile life.
However, despite the advantages, there are also several reasons which make it not so cool. For one things, there are several accessories that you’re supposed to purchase and attach to your motorbike, if indeed you’re going to maximize its full potential. If you don’t like that sort of commitment, then perhaps the motorbike life isn’t for you. (It’s a lot like people who don’t like to shop online, even with its obvious advantages.)
Some Cool Accessories to Get the Best Out of Your Motorbike
First: turn your helmet into a sound system using a Headwave Tag. The Headwave uses your lid’s shell as a soundboard, creating true surround sound while you ride. With an internal battery, Bluetooth connectivity, and one-button operation, the Headwave is easy to use. Priced at $332 at current exchange rates, the Headwave is designed and constructed in Germany.
Second: improve brake feel and power with this little baby – Magura’s new HC1 radial master cylinder. It uses a forged body and piston plus new seal technology to offer excellent brake feel and power. Available in 12mm, 13mm, and 16mm piston diameters, the HC1 is appropriate for any brake system, and at $289 it’s a relatively affordable upgrade.
Third: upgrade your gloves with these GloveTacts. Place these ultra-thin, conductive, faux-suede stickers ($10 for two) on the index and thumb fingers of your glove to operate any touchscreen device. Just peel, stick, and use. GloveTacts are touted as being extremely durable but also removable.
The above are just a few of the accessories that you can purchase to get the best out of your riding experience. If you feel that they cost too much, you can still try to score some coupon codes on products so that you can buy the same products at lower, more affordable prices.