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Tips and Tricks

Sometimes there's a quick and easy way to solve a problem that riders commonly encounter.
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How to Fold Your Chaps into a Pack

Julie demonstrates how to quickly fold a pair of chaps

Sometimes you only need chaps at the start or end of your riding day. No one wants to wear them when it's too hot, and you don't always need them when you stop for a bite to eat or to hang out at the rally. You can roll them up and toss them into your saddlebag, but what if it's nearly full? Or if you don't have bags on your bike? The Chaps Pack is a great way to keep them out of the way until you need them.

How to Store Chaps Out of Season 

When the end of Chaps Season arrives, make sure you take the time to clean them up with a mild dish soap (the one they use on know) and store them hanging in a dry, well-ventilated space. If you skip this, you may find that mold has moved in and ruined the leather.

A Helping Hand with Removing the Battery

Have you noticed how hard it can be to get a grip on the battery when you need to pull it? Everything can be wedged in tightly leaving you no room to maneuver. Greg's got a great hack for that!

Don't have a spare bit of leather? Stop in and Greg will hook you up! 

Greg shows how easy it can be to pull the battery



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