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November 2013

Own the Hottest Motorcycle on Your Block

By none none November 8, 2013 No comments

Red BikeMotorcycle customization has been around, in one form or another, for people who own their own bike. Some like to tinker with their engines, making them more powerful, while others enjoy painting the motorcycle to better reflect their personality. Motorcycle sales have steadily increased over the past decade, according to statistics from the Bureau of Transportation. Are you a motorcycle buff? Whether you're a fan of a specific brand, or your have an affinity for any type of motorcycle parts and accessories, there are plenty of resources out there to fuel this fun addiction. 

Motorcycle obsession can last a long time. A November 5 article on detailed the story of an Omaha man who had finally been reunited with his motorcycle, 46 years after it was stolen. Sadly, he's not alone. A lot of motorcycles are stolen in the United States every year. It has been estimated recently that 80% of those are stolen right from the victim's home. If at all possible, motorcyclists should remember to keep their bikes in a locked garage. 

Online outlets for motorcycle parts and accessories are the first place to look if you're starting to think about customizing your bike. Motorcycle customization can be overwhelming, since there are so many choices, but by browsing online, you can narrow down some of the options and decide what's most important to you when it comes to your perfect motorcycle experience. From a simple paint job, to a new seat, to saddlebags where you can store your gear, to a complete overhaul of the engine, to handlebars that let you ride in style, customization can include a huge variety of ways to make that bike look like no one else's.

Whether you ride a Suzuki, Yamaha, Harley-Davidson, Honda or Triumph, there is almost no end to the possibilities of motorcycle customization. By taking time and finding the perfect dealer or store, anyone can get the look and feel that they desire most for their bike.