Project: Stevie Mings’ Double Threat Part Two

I’ll admit it, I’m completely mad for this bike!  As much as I like Stevie’s “Blue Bike,” the “Skirmisher” is my favorite of the two.  It’s radical looking, built on a very low budget, just right for the coming “Zombie Apocalypse,” and, best of all, it never needs washing! The problem with most custom bikes … More Project: Stevie Mings’ Double Threat Part Two

Featured Bike: Chris Price’s 41 Indian Scout

Chris Price is a historian, specifically, a motorcycle historian with a focus on motorcycle racing history.  It’s a given then, that as the publisher of Archive Moto his motorcycle would have an interesting history of its own, and indeed it does.  The story of his 75-year-old Indian Scout is a long winding road to Georgia … More Featured Bike: Chris Price’s 41 Indian Scout

Solving The Victory Saddlebag Problem

Occasionally motorcycle manufacturers build bikes with minor defects in design that they are slow to, or in some cases, never correct.  Sometimes it is left up to aftermarket manufacturers, or the motorcycle owners themselves to solve the problem.  A case in point is the current issue with the Victory Cross Roads/Cross Country right hand saddlebag … More Solving The Victory Saddlebag Problem

How To: Replacing A Throttle Position Sensor

In our last “Diagnosing a Bad TPS” we discovered  a faulty throttle position sensor on a 2012 Victory Cross Country.  In this article we will cover the steps taken to replace the TPS with a new one.  Of course the steps shown here are specific to this model, but, they should be similar on your motorcycle.  Anyone that … More How To: Replacing A Throttle Position Sensor