27 NEW Plug-n-Play Kits Available

Posted by Chris Bailey on April 13, 2015. 0 Comments

We just added 27 NEW plug-n-play applications to our growing list! New additions include the Cheiftain, Ninja, GSX-R, V-Strom, CB1100, FZ6, V-Rod, Sportster and Softail. Many thanks to all of our wonderful customers that have helped us develop these.

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Press Release: New Catalog, New Products!

Posted by Chris Bailey on April 03, 2015. 0 Comments

 
 2015 Catalog
 
New Cutting Edge Products 
Available To Ship Immediately
Louisville, KY. - Gear Brake is pleased to announce the launch of their first catalog to the motorcycle and power-sport industry. 

The new catalog features new products, most notably the "Plug and Play" version of the flagship of the product offering, the Smart Brake Light Module. 

This is the...
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GearBrake to be distributed by Mid-USA

Posted by Chris Bailey on March 04, 2015. 0 Comments

PRESS RELEASE
MARCH 4, 2015

Gear Brake
to be distributed by
Mid-USA

Old School Values Meets Cutting Edge Technolgy
 
 
Louisville, Kentucky - March 4, 2015 - Gear Brake is very pleased to announce that Mid-USA will be distributing their products effective immediately. 
"Mid-USA being a long time and well respected supplier for the V-Twin market in the mid-west and beyond give Gear Brake a much longer reach than we had yesterday onto this market channel of the power sport industry" said Gear Brake President, Chris Bailey. 
Bailey adds, "We know cutting edge electronics inside and out. We are motorcycle enthusiasts. However,...
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16 Innovative Bike Designs over the Past 6 Years

Posted by Chris Bailey on October 14, 2014. 0 Comments

Motorsports fans and innovators have been making a lot of noise about the bikes provided in this list.  The big players are industrial engineers on a mission to build environmentally friendly bikes.  You’ll see a trend in the number of famous motorcycle designers trying to make the fastest electric bike or a stylish design for everyday use.  Major manufactures like BMW, Honda, Yamaha, Toyota, and Lotus are also building concept bikes that will change the market place.  Take a quick peak and see if you can imagine any of these products making a splash in the near future.

 

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Ecofriendly Honda

Hydrogen Fuel Concept Motorcycle.
Honda, 2008.

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nUCLEUS

Concept Bike that automatically lowers the frame when not in
motion, and elevates it...

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5 Reasons to Take a Motorcycle Safety Course

Posted by Chris Bailey on October 14, 2014. 0 Comments

Riders with no experience or 30 years of experience will benefit from the Basic Rider Course.  Discussions include the risk involved, how much of that risk a person is willing to accept and then how to manage that risk.  They start with riding gear, then the controls on a motorcycle and how to properly mount a motorcycle all the way through teach and practicing the life-saving techniques on how to properly swerve and do emergency stops. The training will catch up an individual’s skill level to where everyone can learn something new.

1:  Learn new skills

Regardless of your current skills, there is always more to learn.  There are motorcycle safety courses offered for a range of riders from people who have never been on a bike to people that have ridden for years.

2:  Gain confidence

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The Basics of Selecting a Motorcycle Insurance Policy

Posted by Chris Bailey on October 14, 2014. 0 Comments

There are a few key coverages to pay attention to when selecting motorcycle insurance.  Here are the top 4 things to look for when selecting a policy.

Liability

The most obvious coverage is Liability coverage, this covers you hurting someone or damaging property while driving your motorcycle. It works just like liability for car insurance and covers not only settlements against you, but also attorney fees in the event you get sued.  Most states require liability coverage by law.

Comp & Collision

The next coverage to pay attention to is comp and collision for your bike, it works just like comp and collision for car insurance and pays to fix your bike in the event of an accident, hail, theft and so on. Pay attention to the deductibles you select, the higher the deductible the cheaper your insurance, but you’ll pay more out of pocket in the event of a...

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6 Simple Motorcycle Maintenance Items You Should be Doing

Posted by Jason Harrington on October 14, 2014. 0 Comments

Getting out on the road and riding is the easy part.  The hard part is making time to perform the necessary maintenance to keep your bike on the road for as long as possible.  The following 7 items are tasks that  any rider should be able to perform themselves with a little Google research.  However, if anything is out of your comfort zone, please don’t be afraid to take you bike to your local shop for service.  A well maintained bike may be the difference in preventing an accident.

1: Wash & Wax

In my opinion this is one of the easiest and most useful things a rider can do.  Washing and waxing your bike regularly will get the dirt and grime off and keep it looking good for the future.  But more importantly a regular wash and...

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6 Tips for Beginner Motorcycle Riders

Posted by Jason Harrington on October 14, 2014. 0 Comments

By Jason Harrington

Giving up 4 wheels for 2 can be a scary thought for new riders.  However, the freedom and excitement that comes with riding a motorcycle is something that can’t be found anywhere else.  Below are 6 tips for any new rider about to head out on the road.

1:  Take a Motorcycle Safety Foundation Course

If there is 1 tip I would give to any rider regardless of experience it would be to attend a Motorcycle Safety Foundation rider safety course.  There are always new things you can learn.  If you are new to riding, being in the structured, safe environment will allow you to get familiar with how a bike feels, turns, accelerates, and stops.  This will help build your confidence with riding before you get out on the road.  Also, completing the...

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