Pimpin your Motor Cycle


Motorcycle owners would do everything to ride the most badass bike on the streets and make their bikes a true stunning beauty during motor bike shows. This explains why there are a lot of ways now on how to make your motorcycle look cooler using all the modifications and customizations that you can find in a motorbike shop.

Some motorbike owners could go at great lengths to ensure the best performance for their bikes. Transforming and upgrading a street bike could either be done with just a simple tweak like that you can do by yourself, such as putting on cool designer decals or they could either be as complicated as setting up a Dyno tune Speaking of Decal Stickers, these eccentric piece of accessory truly gives a great job in setting off that great look for your street bikes, as if they’re like icing on a cake. And just like an icing, one can get too crazy with the wide selection of fascinating designs out there.

Want to have an improved badass bike? Then don’t settle with fake turbo sounds nor weak engine noises that are most commonly present in factory models. Changing the air filters can do a lot of wonders to your motorcycle because they are a great help in making your engine breathe easier. They are by far, the simplest and cost effective way in giving a deeper sound of your bike.

Who needs a cool bike that isn’t properly balanced? You can actually have more accurate and balanced bike by changing your bike’s front and rear suspension system. But, you also need to ensure that all the suspension adjustments and tire pressure are perfectly in tuned.

A bike modification won’t be complete without altering the exhaust pipes. This is by far, the most commonly modified parts because of the wide range of exhaust pipes that are available nowadays. Now, your bike can get more attention with that robust rumbling sound when you twist that throttle. But, you need to be cautious though in installing the right pipe that is compatible with the engine and air filters to prevent any unexpected problems in the future.
Make your road presence highly felt especially during night time with a projector headlights. These awesome lights make you stand out by giving a unique exterior look for your bike. The best thing about these projector lamps is that, they are simply available for any bike on the market.

The real Badass bikes are not the big and bulky ones. This look actually blows up the sleek look of the bike. One way of getting that slim and clean look for your bike is by getting rid of stock fenders. You can do so much more without these cumbersome fenders and add more stock lights, for instance to get that slick look, which is way better.

Lastly, you can turn your ordinary road bike a true badass bike by changing the Chains and the Sprockets. Not only does it make your bike more durable, it also goes a long way in delivering an increased quality power output to your bike whether it’s from high end to low end.
Do you personally think that it’s worth investing every dime in a badass bike or is it much better to save up for a newer and meaner bike?

Let’s Get Ready to Rumble

Ninja 2016

There’s one main event brewing in Oklahoma that Biker’s and Motorcycle enthusiasts will definitely add to their bucket list. The Motorcycle Haven in Oklahoma is a memorable journey that will let them see their dream bikes for real. The Eville Twin will be one with the many Motorcycle Bike companies who will treat Bike Enthusiasts to a sumptuous feast for their eyes, for the annual big motorcycle show event, “The Tulsa Chill” in Oklahoma City.
This year, we will become one of the major sponsors of the biggest Open House Motorcycle Show event in the history of Oklahoma. Bikers and motorcycle enthusiasts alike will mark their calendars for this event. This will surely be a day that they will all look forward to and even call the best time of the year for bikes.
Who’s the Eville Twin?
Eville Twin is one of the largest traders and dealers of motorcycle bikes online, based in Oklahoma City. Professional dealing and trading with various kinds of big bikes that ranges from classical bikes, trikes, to the full bodied big and mean bikes for rough riders is true a mark of their expertise. Their online web site has helped thousands of customers online in finding the bike of their dreams.
This year, the Tulsa Chill event will be a bigger and a better one as they continue to showcase the largest variety of New Motorcycle and Car Models. The Chill is always an exciting motorcycle show that fosters a friendly atmosphere for local exhibitionists and motorists who wants to go all out in showing their bikes that are dressed to impress. There are several halls inside the showcase room that are filled with cars from different blends of dealers and traders, truly a must see for a classic enthusiast. If you want to keep up with the latest buzz in the powersports, news and events that are happening in the industry today, the Chill is your main source for first hand and fresh news.
This exciting and big event will kick off with a lively entertainment made up of many musicians and bands playing different kinds of genre. Aside from the mini concerts of bands, there will also be different contests such as the Car and Stereo Contest and also a Pin up Girl Contest to keep exhibitors and spectators busy throughout the event.
You may reach out Eville Twin for any advanced tickets and bookings and more information about the big motorbike event.

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Why have four wheels when you can have two? Less is more in our world. Nothing can match the power, comfort or sense of freedom that comes with motorcycle ownership.

What’s the best bang for your buck out on the open market then? How about the Suzuki SV650? You’re probably wondering if this version stands up to the benchmark placed by the 1999 original. We can confirm that it’s pretty close to say the least — this is a very good bike. It’s pretty as well. We think Suzuki have gone for a more retro look this time and more power to them we say. There is no lack in power as it is reported to be up to around 75 horses, which is ample for spirited riding. An added perk — weight has been significantly reduced from the outgoing model. So performance gains all round — which can only be a good thing. What a great machine.

Next up, the Indian Scout Sixty. This is a big bike, let’s just say that now. It has a 1,100cc engine to lug around so if you’re a small guy… you may struggle to ride this one. Power is very good — at 100 horses, you’re gonna leave a lot of things standing in your dust, so no concerns there. Prices for these machines are also very reasonable… prices start at circa $11,000, which is great value when considering the competition. Personally, we found this bike had one too many gears. The six-speed was designed to see more torque from the engine and less need to click up and down the box every five seconds… but who are to comment on such things? It’s not a bad looking machine… but there are better on the market, This is totally subjective of course.

How about the Ducati Scrambler Sixty 2? We love Ducati here at Evil Twin and anyone who is familiar with the brand will know exactly what we’re taking about. They rarely make a bad one! They sound great, look like the biz and go like poop of a metaphorical digging tool. So what’s this particular specimen got to offer? You’ll be glad to note that it has all the hallmarks of yet another great bike. At $8,000, we think this is an absolute steal! It’s an old school dirt bike with an air-cooled 400cc, 41HP engine. We strongly recommend you check this one out while stocks last… they won’t be on sale for long, we assure you.

Finally, the Kawasaki Z800. Holy moly — what a bike. Actually, this is less a bike and more a time machine. Never have we ridden something so rapid. The way this machine picks up speed defies belief. All we’ll say on this subject is that you should not even consider buying this bike unless you’ve got some serious riding experience. To do otherwise is simply playing with fire. Any bike that can do 80 miles per hour in first gear needs a danger sign stuck to it.

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