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Logo Welcome to the official website of The International BMW F800 Series Riders Association - BMW Motorcycle Owners Association Chartered Club #338. We're dedicated to the owners of the BMW F800S, F800ST, F800R, F800GS, & F650GS Twin motorcycles.

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Rule #57: Do Not Ride Behind Morons

Jun 30, 2016 - 10:40 AM - by Motorcycle.com


You know better than to ride around trucks any longer than absolutely necessary, but a far more insidious danger is the unprofessional vacationista whose load-securing skills are often primitive. Whenever you see somebody towing a boat, a trailer, or especially a boat or a trailer with a bunch of other junk strapped onto or around it, expect this to happen and ride accordingly, i.e., nowhere around it. Especially not behind it. That goes double for the bane of Southern California motorists, the gardening truck, which is often
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Rule #57: Do Not Ride Behind Morons

Jun 30, 2016 - 10:38 AM - by Motorcycle.com


You know better than to ride around trucks any longer than absolutely necessary, but a far more insidious danger is the unprofessional vacationista whose load-securing skills are often primitive. Whenever you see somebody towing a boat, a trailer, or especially a boat or a trailer with a bunch of other junk strapped onto or around it, expect this to happen and ride accordingly, i.e., nowhere around it. Especially not behind it. That goes double for the bane of Southern California motorists, the gardening truck, which is often
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A Little Trick To Help Your Battery Last Longer

Jun 29, 2016 - 4:15 PM - by Motorcycle.com


If you’re meticulous about your motorcycle maintenance, your battery could last you upwards of a decade. However, battery manufacturers estimate most batteries have a useful life of anywhere between 2 – 5 years on average depending on type (lithium vs lead acid), care, and riding conditions, among many other factors.

One way you can help prolong the life of your battery is with the use of a battery insulator. This particular insulator is from
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A Little Trick To Help Your Battery Last Longer

Jun 29, 2016 - 4:14 PM - by Motorcycle.com


If you’re meticulous about your motorcycle maintenance, your battery could last you upwards of a decade. However, battery manufacturers estimate most batteries have a useful life of anywhere between 2 – 5 years on average depending on type (lithium vs lead acid), care, and riding conditions, among many other factors.

One way you can help prolong the life of your battery is with the use of a battery insulator. This particular insulator is from
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How To Adjust A Motorcycle Chain

Jun 27, 2016 - 2:54 PM - by Motorcycle.com


Walk around at any motorcycle gathering and count the bikes with limp, sagging chains. Often, the worst examples also are bone dry with rust and/or crud built up on them. Since you’re a MO reader and regularly clean/lube your chain, you’re ahead of the game. However, you still need to make sure that the chain’s slack is within specifications. If you lube your chain regularly, you will probably not need to adjust it every time you return from a ride, but as a chain nears the end of its usable life, you will need to
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