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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Ten Stocking Stuffer Ideas

Ten Stocking Stuffer Ideas from Ron Ayers Motorsports


1. Rubber Shift Sock .... Keeps your shoe clean


2. Echo Helmet Quick Release....Makes putting on your helmet easier


3. Shampa Neckgaiter...... Keeps your neck wark while riding in winter wind


4. Flydanna Headwrap...... Keeps your sweat from getting into your helmet in summer heat


5. Neoprene Half Face Mask...... Ideal for any weather ... wind, rain, dust, and cold


6. Fog Off...... Clears fog instantly on helmet shields


7. Vline Goggles ..... any rider with an open face helmet needs eye protection


8. Echo 3-Snap Flip Face Shield..... 3 snap shield for helmets provides protection from weather


9. Honda Spray Polish..... Great for polishing helmets and more


10. Olympia Glove Warmers..... Slides right on with your summer gloves for insulation

Thursday, December 8, 2011



Christmas is here! What is one item every biker needs? .... and the answer is a RAINSUIT!



We just received our latest shipment of TOURMASTER'S PVC Two-piece Rainsuit. This is priced right for everyone's pocket this season... COME GET IT FOR $29.99. This value-priced suit has reflective sleeves and back panels for greater visibility. It is a simple solution to weather protection for any rider and an easy gift solution for you!

Wednesday, November 23, 2011




BLACK FRIDAY JACKET SALE




ALL MEN'S AND WOMEN'S ICON RIDING JACKETS ARE 30% OFF




2011 END OF SEASON CLEARANCE HAS TO GO!




MENTION THIS AD AND RECEIVE 50% OFF ALL 2011 SUMMER GLOVES!




IN STOCK ITEMS ONLY!




HURRY BEFORE YOUR SIZE IS GONE!

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Free Leather Gloves with any Fulmer Helmet Purchase!

ATTENTION ALL CUSTOMERS!

Buy Any Fulmer Helmet

Get A Free Pair of Leather Gloves

$25.00 Value

That's Right this is a special gift to you with any purchase of a Fulmer Helmet!

See Rhonda for Details

Consumer must mail in valid proof of purchase with official glove registration form!

Friday, November 18, 2011

Tourmaster Best Seller Chirstmas List

Christmas is coming soon! Decorations are up and Want Lists are here! Put our Three BEST SELLERS on your want list today! All Three are from Tourmaster! Tourmaster is one of the leading motorcycle apparel companys today! DO YOU NEED IDEAS FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST TRY THESE!

1. INTAKE JACKET.....FOR ALL RIDING SEASONS WITH MULTI AQUA-THERM LINER

2. SOLUTION BOOTS .... WATER PROOF RIDING BOOTS

3. CS-R2 FULL FACE HELMET... SOLID COLORS UNDER A HUNDRED DOLLARS

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

MOBILE WARMING CLOTHING THE HOTTEST ITEM IN TOWN!




The Hottest Item now at Ron Ayers Motorsports is ...MOBILE WARMING CLOTHING! No More Cold Days! We currently have jackets in stock. The Mobile Warming heating system is based upon a soft-shell fleece fiber that is efficient in generating heat from a low voltage source. The unique material that is used for Mobile Warming Heated Garments is excellent at warming quickly and providing warmth to your body right away!.... using Thinsulate as well. All jackets come with LED battery pack that is rechargeable for your next ride! Battery lasts from 5 to 20 hours of heat time! What a relief! Just charge and go! Check it out!http://www.mobilewarminggear.com/2010MW/enie/ie/asj09m11.html

Great stocking stuffer ideas at the store

We have some great new items in the store for the outdoor, motorsports minded individuals.....For less than $6, you can get a set of mechanic gloves, .....for $11 you could get a small ratchet set that has all of your basic sockets and screwdrivers, these are just some of the ideas that are available in the store.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

30% OFF CLEARANCE

30% off SALE ON HELMETS
Don't for get we are having a CLEARANCE SALE in our helmet department! Brands include FULMER. HJC, HELMETS INC, SHOEI. Come Check it out! IN STOCK ITEMS ONLY.... WE NEED TO MOVE THEM OUT! Ask Rhonda for details!

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

WINTER RIDE PART TWO

Your Hands
Your hands are often the first parts of your body to feel cold and the first to go numb, impacting the control of your bike. Most people don’t understand why they get cold.
If you’re wearing windproof, waterproof, insulated gloves and your hands still get cold, it’s not because you need to wear more layers or bulkier gloves but rather it’s because your body is keeping all its warm blood in your trunk to keep your organs up to temp. In short, your hands are cold because your torso is cold.
To prevent this, it’s often a case of better insulating or heating your torso. Put on an extra insulation under your jacket (fleece, sweatshirt, or liner) seal off drafts better, cover your neck and tuck in your sweatshirt. If that’s not enough, look into a heated jacket or vest, (we even have ones that run on its own battery so no over taxing a old charging system.) Most of the time, a heated jacket alone will be enough to keep all of your body warm. By keeping your core temperature up it will keep your warm blood actively pumping around your entire body, including your hands.
Another helpful fix is to remove your hands from the air stream this doesn’t change the theory of core body temperature. ATV hand mitts are great. With hand mitts, you can ride in lighter gloves in any weather, you’ll just look a little odd but your warm hands will more than make up for that, and they can come off fast when temps warm up or you park the bike and don’t like the look. I like Ducks Unlimited Handwarmers the best then Quadboss ATV hand Mitts

Your legs are less important for overall warmth, but there’s no reason they should be cold and uncomfortable. Start with sweatpants, fleece, thermals, or jeans if you’re planning on wearing winter over pants. If you’ve riding in regular jeans, now is the time to add knee armor or chaps. In addition to protecting you from impacts and abrasion, knee armor does a fantastic job of blocking airflow over a very exposed and thinly insulated part of your body.

Last are your feet. When you’re picking out socks, height and fit are most important. A tight fit keeps blood from lingering in your feet and calves where it loses heat and if one pair doesn’t do the trick, then add thick boot socks. Boots are even easier. Just about anything that isn’t a racing or summer boot will be reasonably water and wind proof and if yours are leather, it’s easy to add Mink oil and beeswax. For even better weather protection upgrade to a Gore-Tex lined boot.

Outer Shell
One of the best ways to go is a motorcycle specific jacket and pants combo or one-piece suit. In addition to regular motorcycle things like impact protection and abrasion resistance, you should wear something that’s wind and water proof as your outer ware to keep the heat in.

Despite what hard-core rider will tell you, operating clutch and brake levers with frostbit is incredibly painful it dose not make you hard just unprepared. Arriving with pale blue hands and a bad mood is no way to take a ride that you should and can enjoy

Next time some tips and cheats
Allen

Monday, November 7, 2011

The November GWRRA NC-D meeting

Well it almost always happens. It's when you combine Gold Wingers (bikers), good food, better stories, and great friends. So what do you get? A whole lot of fun, what else. Thursday night, November 3, is when it happened. Bobby Manning, with his better half Alice, as chapter directors of NC-D (the DownEast Gold Wings) do a great job. We had a pretty good turn out at the meeting with our regulars and some visitors we had not seen in a while. A little joking (with a lot of laughs), many door prizes, and 50/50 drawings make for a very enjoyable gathering. Preacher Cliff does an auction that has a especially funny spend. He auctions off precious and valuable items (the kind of collectibles that fall out of the closet) and the money raised from the auction goes to the Ronald McDonald House. Of course there is a serious side to the meetings, such as, we discuss safety issues (like deer and other animals out to get us); technical advice (like keeping your tire pressure checked - colder temperatures greatly reduces your tire pressure); and special concerns for members and friends. Chapter NC-D is an active chapter that does a lot of good things for the community and the motorcyclist while having fun.

Come on out and visit with us at the Golden Corral on the 1st Thursday of each month. Be prepared to have fun and a great meal with a friendly bunch of Wingers.

If you are wondering what the GWRRA is all about, take a look at there website at www.gwrra.org/

Ride safe and ride a lot,
Jackie

Saturday, November 5, 2011

TOURMASTER INTAKE JACKET .. OUR BEST SELLING JACKET!



IF YOU NEED A JACKET FOR RIDING THEN THE TOURMASTER INTAKE JACKET IS THE JACKET FOR YOU! IF YOU READ OUR LAST BLOG IT TALKS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF LAYERING TO KEEP WARM DURING THESE COLD WINTER RIDING MONTHS. THE INTAKE JACKET WILL SUIT ALL YOUR BIKING NEEDS BY APPLYING IT'S MULTI LINER SYSTEM TO WORK IN ALL RIDING SEASONS. YOU CAN USE THE INTAKE JACKET YEAR ROUND BY USING IT'S AQUA-TECH LINER SYSTEM THAT IS A TWO LAYER LINER! IT OFFERS A WINTER LINER, A SPRING TIME WATERPROOF/WINDBREAKER LINER LEAVING THE OUTER SHELL AS A MESH SHELL FOR SUMMER TIME USE. THE JACKET ALSO OFFERS A FULL SET OF SAFETY PADS FOR THE ELBOW, SHOULDERS AND BACK FOR ADDED PROTECTION. THE INTAKE JACKET HAS BEEN OUR BEST SELLING JACKET HERE AT RON AYERS MOTORSPORTS FOR THE PAST FOUR YEARS! IT IS A MUST SEE ITEM!

WINTER RIDE TIME PART ONE

Have you ever been cold on a ride? If you answered no you only ride on sunny days in the summer. The rest of us know that even if it’s 55ยบ out, you can still freeze your butt off. Here’s how you can stay warm and ride year round.
Layers
It’s the obvious answer but in practice, layering effectively is not something that just happens. The goal is to get maximum warmth with minimal bulk. Adding clothes until you look like the Michelin man  probably won’t keep you as warm as a few well chosen items.
Layering for motorcycle riding is much different than what you would do for other cold weather activities. Cruising down the freeway at 55 mph is not an intense physical activity though. You’re sitting motionless for miles, and when you do move, it’s small movement of the right wrist, two fingers pulling a brake lever, or a flick of your left ankle to shift gears. None of that is going to generate any heat.
What you need your clothing to do then is retain the heat your body produces at rest and insulate your extremities from the cold. Start with something very thin and close fitting soft cotton long-sleeve t-shirts. Next add tight fitting fleece pull-over or a sweatshirt. Under a warm jacket with a liner something with a windproof, waterproof shell.
One area you shouldn’t forget about is your neck. This is a major area of heat loss for motorcyclists. It’s easy to cover pullover neek wrap with something made with windstopper material is best, that way you only need the one layer there.

Next time we will move on to the hands and feet

Friday, November 4, 2011

HELMET SALE!

HELMET SALE STARTING TODAY!!

ALL BLUE DOT HELMETS ARE 30% OFF!

HURRY IN TO GET YOURS TODAY!

STYLES VARY!

IN STOCK ITEMS ONLY!

HJC, FULMER, SHOEI, HELMETS INC

Thursday, November 3, 2011



...... Tired of wearing goggles ?..... The FLY Trekker off road helmet offers a shield! No more losing goggles! This helmet is here at Ron Ayers Motorsports! Come compare! Come check out our new fall line of all our off road riding apparel and helmet too!.....

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

FIVE FAVS FOR WINTER RIDING!

What are your FIVE FAVS for Winter Riding?....We have all FIVE at Ron Ayers Motorsports!


1. Balaclavas....... To help keep your neck and face warm


2. Gloves...... To keep your hands from falling off


3. Snap on Helmet Shields...... To keep the cold wind off your face for those of you who wear half helmets


4. Full Face Helmets ..... to keep your face warm and safe


5. No Fog Spray.... to spray on your helmet shields so you can see on these cold winter mornings

Friday, October 28, 2011






Friends and Family Night December 2nd





While you are shopping between now and our annual Friends and Family Night December 2nd stop by the Apparel Department to sign up to win a drawing for a HJC CL-Max II modular helmet! Make sure you get your name in the box! No Purchase Necessary but you must be present to WIN! .... Friends and Family Night December 2nd

KEEPING YOUR HANDS WARM IN THE WINTER WHILE RIDING

One of the worst feelings is coming to a stop and you cannot feel your fingers. You can get bigger thicker gloves, or you can get a pair of mitts that go over your controls. For example, Quad boss ATV mitts work great, it shields all the cold air from your hands, is easily removable, and you don't need to buy any more gloves.

River Road Boot Clearance Sale





CLEARANCE CLEARANCE CLEARANCE

We are having a BLUE DOT BOOT SALE on River Road Boots!
All Blue Dot Boots 30% OFF and are going fast!

Both Men's and Women's styles available.

In stock items only! Hurry now while supplies last!

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Pirelli mobile app for riders earns award

Powersports Business 
Tuesday October 25, 2011 
 
The Diablo Super Biker app for iPhone, launched in early August and dedicated to motorcyclists, has been awarded Top 5 status in the "Utilities, Tools and Productivity” category, making it one of the the Top 5 Apps of the Mob App Awards, an initiative promoted by the Observatories of the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano in collaboration with SMAU and Wireless4Innovation.
The free iPhone app is for riders looking to measure their performance in real-time directly on their iPhone discovering the distances traveled by motorcycle, speed, lean angle and lap time, by simply setting the iPhone mode to “road” or “track” and going out for a ride. Through Google Maps riders can record their performance and follow their route on the map.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

New Fulmer Off Road Helmets Have Arrived!








New Fulmer OFF ROAD helmets have just arrived in our store! Fulmer helmets offers us a Great variety in off road helmets for kids and adults with all sizes and colors available! Come check them out today!
DOT approved
AC(Air Channel) technology vent system
Ultra plush removable/washable interior
Padded D ring retention system
Goggle grabbers
Adjustable forehead and free flow exhaust vents
Flat UV protective clear coat shields paint and graphics

Friday, October 21, 2011

My trip to the Great Smokies via Gold Wing

My trip to the Great Smokies via Gold Wing...
WOW - how time flies. It was just yesterday (it seems) when I was getting ready for our annual, last of the riding season, vacation trip. Most people, who don't know me ask - "Are you going to ride your motorcycle on your vacation?". Yep, been doing it for 30 years. Been so many places, seen so many things, and met so many interesting people while vacationing on a motorcycle. Well, back to this years ride. We (Wayne Cox, Connie Cox, [my better half] Shirley, and yours truly) met at our watering hole, Hardee's at Bell's Fork, for a biscuit and beverage on Friday, September 23. Most of the regulars in Hardee's commented that it was looking like rain. We agreed but that's just part of the ride, whether we like it or not.
We were doing okay until just west of Greensboro. Then it happened - liquid sunshine. We rode the Gold Wings hard enough to catch clearing skies and dry highways around Statesville, then fair sailing all the way to Maggie Valley. We rode the back roads for a couple of days in the beautiful mountains around Maggie Valley (western NC and eastern TN) and even managed to visit "Joey's" with it's delicious pancakes and the fixings. The leaves had started to change but they were to peak around mid October.
Next, we were on the super scenic "Blue Ridge Parkway". Terrific mountains, terrific road and terrific friends on a terrific motorcycle. If it wasn't for that fog, it would have been really terrific - terrific. The next few days were truly enjoyable and relaxing. We stayed at the K.O.A. Campground in Boone,NC (this K.O.A. is the highest in altitude east of the Mississippi). We did some riding, quite a bit of eating (Connie is a great cook and Wayne is one grilling dude), and a lot of relaxing. But as usual, our vacation was coming to a close and we were to leave the next morning for home. Wayne went down to the K.O.A. store and returned with a news flash. The higher altitudes around Boone were to get 1 to 2 inches of snow with winds of 40 to 50 mph. We quickly decided it was time to leave, like right now. So at 12:30PM, on Friday September 30th, we started packing up, putting up, and locking up the camper. We departed, at 1:30PM, in the sunshine for the trip back home.
Great ride back home until we reached Durham. It was around 5 o'clock when the sunshine liquefied and every four wheeled in the Durham area decided it was time for them to get on I-40. I don't know which was worse, the rain or the traffic. All I know was that we did not like it at all. We finally Winged our way through all the rain and all the traffic when we reached Zebulon. Got to house about 8:00PM. Thanks to the good Lord and the Gold Wings, we made it safe and sound. Well since time is flying, we are one month closer to our next trip. It surely will be here before you know it.
Oh yeah, it was nice having those new Dunlop E-3s, Kuryakyn highway pegs, and Frogg Toggs.It's great to feel safe on new tires in the rain, comfortable in the saddle, and dry in the ????.
If I can help you with your Gold Winging needs (got great prices on safety chrome/parts) or a bag of popcorn, give me a call or stop by RAM.

Ride safe and ride a lot,
Jackie

winterizing your bike

remember, if your not going to be riding this winter, fill your tank all the way up and put some fuel stabilizer in it, next get a battery tender and plug in the bike to help maintain your battery while not in use ( a good one will de-sulfate and keep your battery at its maximum readiness), and thats just the basics. If you want more hints or help call Ron Ayers, and the staff will be more than willing to help.

Need Warm Hands and Feet Quick?






Do you need Warm Hands and Feet quick?.... We have the solution for you! Stop by Ron Ayers Motorsports to pick up your set for GRABBER WARMERS! Your hands and feet can be warm instantly as soon as you drop them down into your gloves or boots. You will be riding with INSTANT HEAT for 6 to 7 hours and very inexpensive! They are great on those cold mornings riding to work or any cool Sunday afternoon ride....NO MORE FROZEN FINGERS AND TOES!

$10 OFF



Do you need a cool weather motorcycle jacket?...The weather is changing fast so ZOOM into Ron Ayers Motorsports today to get all your fall rinding needs! Mention this add and receive $15 off the Fulmer Firetrak2 Jackets TODAY ONLY! The Firetrak2 jacket has a zip out winter liner with a summer mesh outer shell! Great for year round riding. The Fulmer Firetrak2 jacket has been our BEST selling jacket for this 2011 season. Come and shop with us today so you can be ready for all your fall riding needs!


we now have in stock the new bikemaster 2" rachet tie downs. they have a 2400lb rating and feature carabiner style hooks.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Brrrrrrrrrrr it's Cold

Man it was chilly this am, it's only going to get colder and thank goodness we have a complete selection of cold winter gear in stock! Check out the NEW Fly Racing Butane Jackets for your fall/winter riding.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

kawasaki traxxas 2wd rc truck




Wacky Wednesday special!! come in and mention this post and get 50 dollars off the Kawasaki traxxas rc trucks!! must mention Facebook post to get discount.ck out this link on you tube!!

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Shinktoberfest

This month is Shinktoberfest for Shinko Tires and will Give a extra $5.00 off per tire if you mention that you saw this video! Have fun and happy Shinktoberfest.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jd3WGRYSk4&feature=player_embedded

Thursday, October 13, 2011

new to blogging

blog with me, and help me come up with motorcycle things to talk about londo

TERYX 4 SEATER

This is it, just got back from the Kawasaki Convention and Had a chance to ride the NEW TERYX 4 SEATER on a MotorCross Style Track they had made and was very impressed how this machine performs. 2 Thumbs UP KAW!

Friday, October 7, 2011

Bike Night a Huge Success

Thanks to all that came out last night for the last Bike Night of the season, The weather was great, the band even better, the food was terrific. Also a big thank you for all that participated  in the Corn Hole Toss Game, Slow Ride and Light Show. We will post the pic's in a couple of days but below is a list of winners from the games! Thanks!!

Corn Hole Toss - Steve S.
Slow Ride - John C.
Light Sow - Glenn J.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

AMA announces 2012 national numbers for Supercross, Motocross

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) today announced the 2012 national numbers for pro-licensed riders competing in Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, and the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship for the 2012 season.

All riders must use the assigned national number for competition as listed. In addition, the current champion must run the No. 1 plate when competing in the class or region in which the No. 1 plate was earned. When competing in a class outside of the class where the championship was earned, the rider must use the assigned national number.

A PDF version of this list may be downloaded here.

2012 Top 100 and Career National Numbers for Supercross and Motocross

*Career Numbers; **New Career Numbers for 2012

1 (SX/450MX): Ryan Villopoto
1 (250 MX): Dean Wilson
1 (SX Lites West): Broc Tickle
1 (SX Lites East): Justin Barcia
2*: Ryan Villopoto
3*: Mike Brown
5*: Ryan Dungey
7*: James Stewart
9*: Ivan Tedesco
10*: Justin Brayton
11*: Kyle Chisholm
12**: Blake Baggett
14*: Kevin Windham
15*: Dean Wilson
16*: John Dowd
17: Eli Tomac
18*: David Millsaps
19: Kyle Cunningham
20: Justin Barcia
21: Jake Weimer
22*: Chad Reed
23: Gareth Swanepoel
24*: Brett Mecalfe
25: Broc Tickle
26*: Michael Byrne
27*: Nicholas Wey
28*: Tyla Rattray
29*: Andrew Short
30: Alex Martin
31: Martin Davalos
32: Tommy Hahn
33*: Joshua Grant
34: Cole Seely
35: Darryn Durham
36: Kyle Regal
37: Malcom Stewart
38: Marvin Musquin
39: Tye Simmonds
40: Gannon Audette
41*: Trey Canard
42: Ricky Dietrich
43: Christian Craig
44: Jason Anderson
45: Nick Paluzzi
46: Les Smith
47: Chris Blose
48: Jimmy Albertson
49: Justin Bogle
50: Nico Izzi
51: Travis Baker
52: Ben Lamay
53: Ryan Sipes
54: Weston Peick
55: Lance Vincent
56: Austin Stroupe
57: Jake Canada
58: Will Hahn
59: Vince Friese
60: Matthew Lemoine
61: Austin Howell
62: Travis Sewell
63: Colton Facciotti
64: Matt Boni
65: Ryan Morais
66: Jason Thomas
67: Scott Champion
68: Shane Sewell
69: Jimmy DeCotis
70: Ken Roczen
71: Kevin Rookstool
72: Jarred Jet Browne
73: Joshua Clark
74: Tyler Bowers
75*: Josh Hill
76: Calle Aspergren
77: Lowell Spangler
78: Tommy Weeck
79: Tyler Medaglia
80: Kyle Keylon
81: Robert Kiniry
82: Justin Sipes
83: Kyle Partridge
84: Killian Rusk
85: Robert Marshall
86: Taylor Futrell
87: Matt Goerke
88: Ben Evans
89: Tyler Bright
90: Bryce Vallee
91: Dalton Carlson
92: Hunter Clements
93: AJ Catanzaro
94: Cole Siebler
95: Chris Plouffe
96: Kyle Peters
97: Jeremy Medaglia
98: Tye Hames
99: Sean Hackley Jr
377*: Christophe Pourcel
800*: Mike Alessi

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Gas prices fall from September

Powersports Business
Tuesday October 4, 2011

The national average retail gasoline price has fallen 5.9 cents per gallon in the last week to $3.46 per gallon, according to gasoline price website GasBuddy.com.

The national average has decreased 20.3 cents per gallon during the last month and stands 73.3 cents per gallon higher than one year ago.

"Motorists are certainly delighted that average gasoline prices are at their lowest since early March, but compared to prices a year ago, motorists are still feeling a pinch at the pump," said Patrick DeHaan, GasBuddy.com senior petroleum analyst. "It's great to see gasoline prices falling, but at the same time, prices a year ago were nearly 75 cents less per gallon. The good news is that over the upcoming weeks, there will continue to be factors that could put more downward pressure on oil and gasoline prices. I continue to expect that average gasoline prices will bounce between $3.25-$3.50 for much of the rest of 2011.”

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

New T Shirts at Ron Ayers

Check out the new 2011 Fall RAM T's we just got in, they have the Ron Ayers Building on the back! Waaaay Coool!!!

Bike Night


Please join us for the last Bike Night of 2011 Thursday Oct 6th from 6-9pm.

The last one of the seasons should be a huge night as we will have a Free Corn Hole Toss Competition, Free Slow Ride, Free Bike Light Show, Free Band and Catering by Robbie's Catering.

What: Last Bike Night of the Season
Where: Ron Ayers Motorsports
Time: 6-9pm

Thursday, September 15, 2011

17th Annual All-Outdoor Adventure

Check out the link below with all the details on the annual WSFL Outdoor Adventure give-a-way, pretty cool stuff to be given away!

http://www.wsfl.com/index.php?page=613

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Go Pro Hero Camera

http://gopro.com/cameras/hd-helmet-hero-camera/

Just got in the the Go Pro Camera's with the new super cool display and it's totally awesome! Come by and check out the video's.

Friday, August 26, 2011

Honda Generators

Ron Ayers Motorsports is receiving over 300 Honda Generators today around 4:00 pm, Most models are the inverter type which means they put out 100% clean power for all your sensitive Electronic needs and are the quiet type that Honda is known for. We have models ranging from 2000-6500 Watts. Ron Ayers will be open extended hours tonight and Weather permitting will be here Saturday and Sunday!
Ron Ayers Motorsports
1929 N Memorial Dr  “1 mile north of the airport”
Greenville, NC 27834
252-758-3084
1-866-766-2937  
RonAyersMotorcycles.com

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Great Hurricane Tips

Identify potential hazards now before they become a big problem.
You can't predict how sudden severe weather could damage your property. However, you can minimize risk and prevent damage by preparing for the worst.
Some things to look for regarding trees on your property:
  • Cracks in the trunk or major limbs
  • Hollow, aged and decayed trees
  • One-sided or significantly leaning trees
  • Branches that hang over the house near the roof
  • Close proximity of utility lines
Prepare your property with the power of STIHL
Once you recognize problem trees, don't hesitate to take steps to correct the problem:
  • Remove dead, diseased and damaged limbs
  • Consider removing trees with large cavities of decay
  • Leaning trees may indicate a root problem; have them inspected
  • Branches too close to your house, a building
    or the street should be pruned to provide clearance
Branches that are too close or touching utility lines need to be pruned or
removed. If this work is needed, report it to your local utility company —
DO NOT prune the tree yourself

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Irene

We hope she stays well off the coast, do not won't to see another Floyd or Dennis but just checked with Derek in Power Equipment and he's ready just in case!

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Check this out "Coming Soon"


BOISE, Idaho - Shortly before a large crowd of WPS sales and vendor reps was to descend on the company's headquarters for a BBQ lunch, company president and CEO Craig Shoemaker had an announcement to make.
Could the large crowd split into two halves and leave a large lane of asphalt between them, Shoemaker asked over a bullhorn. The groups' curiosity was piqued. After all, this was the distributor's 2011 sales meeting, there was bound to be a grand announcement of some kind.
Two helmet-clad motorcyclists rolled up to the strip between the murmuring crowd. Some water was poured under their back tires. The riders lit up their motors, spun the revs high and among billowing plumes of red and blue smoke, WPS introduced the Shinko Smoke Bomb.
Already common in the automobile aftermarket, tires that emit colored smoke when spun are new to the powersports industry.
The Smoke Bomb is based on the Shinko 005 Advance Radial — it has the same tread design as the 005 and a similar intermediate rubber compound. It also features Kevlar belting as do all Shinko Advance tires.
The tires are DOT approved and come in 180/55ZR17 and 190/50ZR17 sizes. They are available in blue, red and purple smoke colors. The color change in the smoke happens when the tire reaches a specific temperature during the burnout process.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Nice ride to work.


What a wonderful ride into to Ron Ayers this morning. It was nice to get a brake and ride today pulled out about 30 min early just to get my ride on after a long hard weekend.
Saturday got out the Stihl chain saw and cut and hauled home about four more tons of Oak.
Monday got out the log splitting gear and spent the day hand splitting the soft wood and using the Troy-Bilt Honda powered log splitter for the hard stuff down to around 2 ton of wood split this week most of it the Oak and Gum.
I did plan to ride Sunday but I had used a none OEM filter on the VN1500 last oil change and it has a leak around the filter so it will have to set till I get a new Kawasaki oil filter for it today. Never use auto parts house filter again. Had to do the oil change on a weekend and did not have a filter from work I should have just waited.

Friday, August 12, 2011

Go Cruise

Just got this in and like it a lot and only $20
I have put this on three bikes VN1500 with ISO grips KZ700 with PROGRIPS and a Honda Rucks NPS50. Did miles on the VN and Rucks with is holding the speed, the KZ would drop down some after a few miles but never more than  3 or 4 mph. I like how clean this look and the way I can take it off and move it to the next bike I jump on with out having to get one for each and every bike just one for the 7/8 and one for 1 inch bars.

Motorcycle Cruise Control
The Cycle Guys have introduced the new GoCruise throttle control for street bikes. It maybe one of the simplest motorcycle cruise control device available, made possible through the use of modern composite material technology.
In use, the GoCruise is fairly straight forward, it slips over the throttle grip on your motorcycle, taking up a quarter-inch of space.
When you are ready to engage the cruise control, simply throttle-up to your motorcycle to the desired speed and set the GoCruise against the front brake lever with your forefinger, and you're done.
It eliminates the need to keep a constant grip on the throttle. When you want to slow down, just roll the throttle forward and the GoCruise releases and adjusts back to the off position.
The GoCruise composite material is formulated to act like a spring, with just the right amount of tension to grab a motorcycle grip just the right amount.
There are no switches, no moving parts, no hardware to install, and it can be put on or taken off the street bike in seconds.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Getting Ready for Back to School?

Are you getting ready for "Back to School" or just picking up a gallon of milk on your way home? Ogio offers a variety of backpacks that can help you when carrying any smaller items on your ride! They also have a great High Viz Orange safety attachment for any backpack called a "Pack Pelt." It has a universal fit and attaches to any new backpack or a backpack that you may already have at home. Check it out! The HIGH VIZ PACK PELT is the way to go! REMEMBER... BE VISIBLE IS MY MOTTO!

Bike Night Winners

Thanks to all that came out for our Monthly Bike Night at Ron Ayers, We had a great time and would like to thank everyone especially Wycked Pete's Grill, CRS Band, Cindi Miller with WSFL. Hope to see ya at next Months Bike Night on September 1st!

Winners

Light Show-Joe Hillard
Slow Ride- Kenny
Corn Hole Toss- Mark Peterson

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Bridgestone race tires

Just got the bridgestone R03Z 90/580-17 race tires in the store. "STICKY ICKYS" they will be perfect for drag racing, light weight and low profile.

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Bike Night Tonight

Stop by Thursday Aug 4th for Bike Night. This month we will have Pete's Wycked Grill back with some great food. Live music provided by the CRSband. Cindy Miller with WSFL will also be hanging out.

This month we will have the Slow Ride challenge and LED lights show. Come enter you and your bike to win some great prizes.

Tired Butt

Just received the AirHawk seat cushions, saw some great reviews online.

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Huge Show Tonight

Don't miss the last Bike Talk show of the season at 6:00 tonight with a special guest caller Mr. Pete Murphy. Pete and his wife Lynn just finished riding bikes in Europe for a couple of weeks.

Bike Talk on the Radio

The last show of the season tonight 6-6:30est Live on Pirate Radio 1250&930AM or listen later at PirateRadio1250.com. Tonights special guest Jim Hardison with Jeff Charles & Jimmy Stallings.

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Hot days of motorsports

What another wonderful day at Ron Ayers Motorsports, all you bikers out there stay cool!