I’m Finola Cruz, your new blogger for Fuel Helmets.
My intent is to share our great products, tips for maintaining your ride, the latest in safety news and, true stories from the lives of Fuel customers like you, and a few of my own.
Did you watch the 60th running of the Daytona 500 Sunday? I did, for my husband’s sake. In the end, it was it a real nail biter.
It’s been said taking one ride on a dirt bike will you to buy one of your own. Have you had that experience?
According to American Motorcyclist Association, whether you’re a new off-road rider or a veteran, there are six truths every rider needs to know.
There’s an old saying that says making a big life change is pretty scary. But you know what’s even scarier? Regret.
Spring is a great time to make a big life change, and buying a motorcycle might fit the bill. Before you decide to sign on the dotted line, however, there are a few things to consider, starting with your experience level.
Back in my late 20s, I decided to get a motorcycle license and buy a bike. The reason I chose a cycle over, say, a scooter, was speed-related. If I was in a jam on the highway and needed to quickly speed up, the putt, putt, putt of a scooter simply wouldn’t cut it. Or so I thought.