Sunday Morning Ride

Nothing like an early Sunday Morning Ride. I've had the bike a little over 5yrs now and I'm slightly under 15,000 miles. Bike is doing well but I need some new grips.  Go to Source

Want to buy empulse r rear wheel

If anyone had a rear wheel for sale please contact me. Looking for 17×5.5 wheel.Thanks Go to Source

Looking for a job?

Maybe the home of the hog is the place for you: Go to Source

Hazard lights

I found a way to get the hazard light funtionality on the Empusle.(very convenient for lane spliting in my case) Find the two blue wires from the turn signallights behind the headlight.they are connected with simple connectors.Connect those 2 with a… Go to Source

Licemce plate holder

since the German plat holder is huge I would like a smaller bracket for my Dutch plate.I'm not inclined to put the saw to it. I have seen on photo that the standard US one is a lot smaller. Where can I still get those? Go to Source

CSC City Slicker

Saw this on Revzilla.  I've actually ridden their RX3 Cyclone 250cc ADV bike before and I've visted their store in Azusa, California.  It's basically an electric grom.  That sure would make a sweet pit bike! [url=… Go to Source

Unbolting Clutch Slave Cylinder to Change Counter sprocket

I was looking at the steps to replace the countersprocket in the service manual and it says you need to unbolt the hydraulic line going to the clutch slave cylinder to remove the slave cylinder.  Is this really necessary?  I'd rather not refill and ble… Go to Source

Valence battery disassembled

Interesting instructions for Valence battery service: Brammo Enertia has another type (U1-12XP), but I think it will look very similar inside the battery. Go to Source

Brammo battery presentation

I found an interesting presentation of the Brammo batteries: Go to Source

Brammo Photographs Through the Years

I just received the .pdf file linked below from Adrian Stewart, who in turn received it from Charles Lee, Brammo employee and amazing photographer. Lots of fun looking through the photos, seeing familiar faces, remembering major milestones.  I hope you… Go to Source