Entries by Sy

Motorcycle Theft Prevention- What You Need To Know

Motorcycle theft is absolutely a real risk. More than 45,000 motorcycles are stolen each year in the United States. Most are never found, because they are parted out or rebuilt to obscure their true (stolen) identities. If you have a bike you love, protect it with these motorcycle theft prevention tips. And if you’ve already […]

Picking Up Your Tipped Over Motorcycle

Sooner or later it happens to the best of us: we’re on the ground and so it the motorcycle or adventure bike we’re riding. Maybe you crashed your motorcycle, or maybe you had to abandon ship, who knows—but it’ll happen to you, too. The problem is that it’s not the easiest thing in the world […]

Interview with Sabrina Hartmann (Part Three)

Hello all, in part three of my interview with Sabrina we discuss her fears, and learn about what she’s riding. T: Were you ever afraid or nervous about riding in the city? S: You know, I investigated everything. In the beginning I just wanted the license to always be able to go and rent a […]

Interview with Sabrina Hartmann (Part Two)

By Tayla Adams   Thanks much for tuning back into my interview with Sabrina. In this section we’ll get into her experience taking the safety course in California. T: What was the most important thing you learned from the riding class? S: That you’ve got to pay attention. You’ve really got to be alert, especially […]

Interview with Sabrina Hartmann (Part One)

By Tayla Adams   Hello everyone and welcome to my sit down interview with Sabrina Hartmann. I cannot express how excited I am to finally be presenting an interview with a female rider. I can’t even remember how many times I’ve said in the past how I wish I knew other female riders, and now […]

Riding Coaches – Is It Worth It? (Part 2 of 2)

Below is the recap of my first full day with a one-on-one coach. We went ahead and scheduled the first day of coaching for Sunday on the opening weekend for Pacific Track Time. I took Saturday to just feel my bike out, made a lot of adjustments, spent time coaching customers, and just getting myself […]

Music and Riding

By Tayla Adams So, recently my speakers broke and I was too lazy to go out and buy another pair. I also figured it wouldn’t be that big of a deal riding without music for a while. What could it hurt right? I thought I’d get some thinking done, be more present with the environment […]

Dominic Henderson Interview (Part 5)

By Tayla Adams Let’s jump back into my interview with Dominic. We’ll get into his wish list for future bikes and his future rides plans.   T: Do you have an idea of what bike you want to buy next? D: I do, but I’m not positive. My top is the Ninja ZX 6R. I […]

26-Year-Old Costa Mesa Rider Dies

NEWPORT BEACH MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT LAWYER REPORT: The motorcycle accident attorneys at Riderz Law have a tragic accident to report from Newport Beach. Costa Mesa resident Todd A. Davis, Jr, a 26-year-old rider, lost his life in Newport Beach. He was riding his 2014 Yamaha FZ-09 on northbound Irvine Ave, when the driver of a Mazda […]

Dominic Henderson Interview (Part 4)

By Tayla Adams Welcome back all, below we’ll get into where Dominic and his friends hang out when he goes on rides, and he’ll also share some of his riding fails as well. T: Do you ever get intimidated when you’re up at the snake with the amount of riders who are out there? D: […]