Good site with explanations and tips for basic motorcycle maintenance.
Learn to create good rides directly on your Garmin Zumo 660.
While riding quickly around the track without a plan can be fun, you may get much more out of your day if you ride with a plan. Here I share some things that have helped me at track days
Tips on understanding your motorcycle tires.
Learn how to easily download NER Rides to your Garmin GPS, without Basecamp.
Essay by NER co-founder Bob Fesmire. “I have this thing I do when I get on the bike. I stop and take an inventory of how I am feeling –am I OK to ride, is my mind in the present?”
The Pace focuses on bike control and de-emphasizes outright speed. Full-throttle acceleration and last minute braking aren’t part of the program, effectively eliminating the two most common single-bike accident scenarios in sport riding.
Updated article by Nick Ienatsch, published in CycleWord, Aug 2013. “[…] 20 years later. The Pace’s message continues to ring true in many ways but I want to review and strengthen the best of the message and make ammendments to the worst.”
Article by Steve Bruning. Your Garmin BaseCamp library (database) can be stored in the cloud, allowing you to access it from multiple computers.
A running log of Ed’s posts from the NER Facebook Group about GPS/BaseCamp that began on November 15. 2019 Warning, this is a VERY large download (~43MB).
25 great motorcycling experiences in the East, listed north to south: Ride the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia Ride Charlevoix, Quebec Ride VT 5A along Lake Willoughby in VT Ride the sweepers on VT 102 along the Connecticut River Ride…
Article by Steve Bruning. Using map themes to make your Garmin GPS screen look better and easier to read.
Ed’s guided walking tour around Quebec City to take in the sights.
Learn how to make BaseCamp work with Tom Tom GPS devices. Link to article contributed by Wayne Geiser.