WHAT?! Anybody wanna teach me how to fly a drone like this? I don't know what's cooler... the moto or the drone!!
This motorcycle was TOO CLOSE to becoming a massive fireball! What would you do in this situation???
Are you missing videos of the badlands? I sure am! Check out my buddy Dallas' shredfest through Warner Valley and subscribe to his chan chan! Oh and warning... HE RIPS!
IT FEELS SOOOO GOOD TO EDIT AGAIN! Here's a little video about joy and pain, you can see the whole thing in full HD with better music and a nice little message at everide.org/youtube Much love for all the awesome pics and amor you guys are sending my way with #everide!
You guys know I've been experimenting with new logos for the chan chan, and in light of recent medical events in my life have been considering taking eveRide in a different direction. Well, with the guidance of my excellent patrons, I've decided to ditch the low-pay, high risk genre of dual sport moto and cash in on a few of the most respected and viewed online topics out there: Peppa Pig surprise eggs, viral fake news propaganda, and makeup tutorial vids that are #totes #adorbs. I feel this is a natural direction for the channel, and should be an easy transition for the gentletubers! I'm excited to have you all along! #everide
Last night I published a new eveRide logo across Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Patreon. Today, I'm not so sure, but my wife still loves it. What do you honestly think?? Take the survey! https://www.patreon.com/posts/8639285
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Help me live vicariously through YOUR adventures! Use #everide and tag @everide in your Instagram posts so I can check them out, follow you, and feature them on my Facebook and Instagram feeds! This is the greatest moto community in the world! #MuchLove!
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Thanks and much love!
It may be a bit weird, but Amazon is my favorite online store for moto gear. One doesn't normally associate Amazon with dirtbikes, dual sports, or adv bikes, but partnerships with RockyMountain ATV MC, Motorcycle Superstore, Bike Bandit, and dozens of other top-notch motorcycle retailers, Amazon will most likely have what you're looking for, at the lowest price, and two day shipping through Amazon Prime isn't bad either!
eBay is my go-to site for hard-to-find parts or dirt-cheap gear. I've purchased used moto pants, parts, farkles, and a lot more for far less than retail. It's not a bad place for new gear, either. Deals on motorcycle-related goodies can be had almost daily from reputable sellers (like Rocky Mountain ATV MC) who also run eBay stores.
Rocky Mountain ATV MC is my favorite in-town shop for motorcycle goodies. They're located right here in Utah with an outlet in St. George. Favorite in-house products from RMATVMC include A.R.C. for riding armor and wearables, TUSK for parts and farkles, and Primary Drive for drive, chains, and sprockets. They've always treated me well at both the Payson and Saint George locations, and customer service online is excellent.
Cycle Gear has been an integral part of motorcycle builds and adventures for me. House-branded Bilt helmets and jackets have been a good option for my friends and I, while Trackside handguards, heated grips, and accessories prove to be top-quality for nearly half the price of the competition.
Bike Bandit has some outstanding deals, but what I appreciate most about their site is the selection of parts that almost nobody else carries for less. Need the super-random little bolt thinger that screws into your thingamabob? Bike Bandit has easy-to-read parts charts that give you the part name and number for every nut and cotter pin on your bike. In my garage, many a frustrating fix has been saved by Bike Bandit.
Revzilla is a go-to for orders big and small, because they offer free shipping on orders over $40 (most retailers have a $70 to $100 threshold for free shipping.) Combine that with excellent deals, fast shipping, and excellent customer service, you should definitely check them out.
MotoSport.com has just about everything one could need for any kind of riding, but focuses largely on the off road segment. With free shipping with orders of only $49, MotoSport is a great option for orders both large and small.