Keeping It Original

Welcome to our blog! Since we all love to talk… and of course listen, we at Original Bike Spirits have decided to expand the conversation beyond 140 characters and a captioned picture.  This blog is here for you - the motorcyclist enthusiast who just can't leave the driveway without a quick polish or engine tune up.  Here you'll find all the things needed to suit the OBS lifestyle - from tips on bike maintenance, entertaining tidbits, to happenings in your hood.  Welcome to our home, pull up a chair, or grab a little something to eat before we hit the road riding!  Want to tell us your story?  Email us at info@originalbikespirits.com.

Original Bikers, We Are Our Brother’s Keeper!

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Bikers are well-known for contributing to charities and this is evidenced by the many, many fundraising motorcycle rides and benefits that are scheduled every year. To a motorcycle enthusiast, any motorcycle riding is a thrill, but when it is done for a good cause it becomes an act of brotherhood...

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The Original Bike(r) Spirits of Music

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How many times have you listened, really listened, to Meatloaf’s "Bat Out of Hell" and thought, wow, this song captures the spirit of a biker! A quick poll of some New York motorcycle enthusiasts yielded the following classic song titles as favorites to mingle with the sound of their engines...

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Motorcycle Maintenance Madness!

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Now that the riding season is here in the Northeast, your motorcycle needs some attention! Be sure to check the following components on your bike before you take off on that first ride.

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The Phantom of the OBS-approved Motorcycle

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Every motorcycle is somehow a reflection of its owner’s personality. The reasons for this may vary. Find out which new motorcycle reflects my personality below.

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How To Avoid Roadkill After Using OBS Polish

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What road kill have you tangled with while riding urban roads? These events usually occur out on switchbacks (curvy roads).