However the more I thought about it the more it made sense to me. Often I've complained that their is a lack of good reviews of products. Motorcycle House has there products reviewed by other bloggers I respect, such as Doug at Forty Years on Two Wheels and the Road Pickle crew are two wonderful examples. A few other bloggers, some I've known and some I didn't, have written fair reviews or produced various You Tube video's concerning their products. Generally speaking they were positive.
It takes a certain type of company to put there product into the hands of bikers and say "Here...do your worst." and get good reviews in return. Even before I joined the brotherhood of two wheels, I knew bikers. They generally are a "bullshit free" type of breed. They tell you what they think. Still I need assurance that if I didn't care for something that I be able to say that. They gave me that assurance in spades.
|One of the items I am looking forward to reviewing.|
The second reason I decided to review products is that, frankly, their is not much out there designed specifically for the big bore scooters. Sure, you can find lots of stuff for the smaller cc bikes. When an engineer or designer gets an idea into there mind it's hard to change. Take for example Formosa Saddlebags, here is a nice product that really can't be used in mid-sized to big bore scooters like mine. I'm curious to know what can be.
So what gear will work on the various maxi-scoots? What won't? Will something like a motorcycle tank bag work on a scooter like mine? After all it's designed for a traditional motorcycle...not a scooter. Can it be adapted with little effort? Or are we going to have to go back to the drawing board? Is a product like that even reasonable to consider using?
Plus, and I've said this before, the scooter is the wave of the future. The quicker a company moves to take advantage of that market the better off they will be. If I know what products work well on scooters, I'm more likely to buy from that company.
So lets see what happens.