Starting Strength 5×5 Giveaway!

Starting Strengh Book Cover

It’s as true as the sky is blue that Mark Rippetoe’s 5×5 Starting Strength is the best program for amateur/intermediate training. Beyond the program, Starting Strength, the book, contains invaluable knowledge regarding recovery, accessory work, form, and much more. The 5×5 program can work by itself, but having Rippetoe’s vast knowledge at your fingertips takes […]

5×5 Starting Strength Explained

5x5 Starting Strength

Mark Rippetoe’s Starting Strength is the most widely used beginner strength training program to grace this planet. Rippetoe debuted his program in Starting Strength, Basic Barbell Training, which also includes proper guides for each lift, programming advice, and beneficial accessory workouts. World-class athletes and beginners alike follow Rippetoe’s program for a simple reason – it works. […]

Rev’It! Flatbush – Merging Timeless Style with Modern Protection in One Motorcycle Jacket

Rev'It Flatbush Review

Over the past two years, I’ve put my Rev’It Flatbush jacket through the ringer; I rode thousands of miles through the rain, wind, and heat and finally decided to officially put my love for this jacket into words. As part of Rev’It’s tailored, city collection, the Flatbush is designed for fashion and safety conscious riders alike. […]

Motorcycle Chains – Cleaning and Greasing

Motorcycle Chain Cleaning

Keeping your motorcycle chain clean and properly greased is tantamount to other routine maintenance; people often overlook it, however. A dirty and/or dry chain increases the risk of breaking while at speed and can cause serious injury. A clean and well-greased chain, on the other hand, greatly reduces that risk and makes the chain last […]

DIY Motorcycle Lift

Maybe your chain broke during a road trip, you’ve misplaced your motorcycle stand, or you simply don’t have one. Regardless of the reason, you need to lift your motorcycle but don’t have access to the conventional method. This guide is intended to be a last resort. This method is reasonably safe but should only be used […]