Category Archives: FAQ

A person driving a motocross off-road motorcycle in the air.

What You Need to Make an Off-Road Motorcycle Street Legal in Texas

An Overview on What You Need to Make an Off-Road Motorcycle Street Legal in Texas

The motorcycle riding hobby takes us many places, both on-road and off-road. Because of this, some of us enjoy the thrill and feel of a dirt bike or off-road vehicle more than a touring or cruiser model. But what do you need to make one street legal in the state of Texas? At Twisted Cycles, we look into what you may need to comply with Texas Law and enjoy your drive on whatever road condition you please!

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A touring motorcycle compared to a cruiser motorcycle.

What’s the Difference Between a Touring and Cruiser Motorcycle?

The Differences Between Touring and Cruiser Motorcycles

Are you new to the motorcycle industry? Curious about the differences between types of cycles on the road? The biggest comparison around is the one between both cruisers and touring models. Both models offer a great riding experience but are very different compared to each other. We at Twisted Cycles look further into the differences between each motorcycle type below.

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A woman holding a mask made with cloth and sewing utensils.

Where and How to Build a Face Mask near Lubbock and Dallas, TX

Local Options for Facemasks near Lubbock and Dallas, TX

With the recent update given by Governor Greg Abbotts on the use of face masks in counties with more than 20 COVID-19 cases, many of us may want to be resourceful when it comes to protecting our loved ones. You may be curious about how to make your own facemask or where you could find one. At Twisted Cycles, we provide a few resources for you to check out to help you out during this time. Follow along to read more!

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Air vs Liquid Cooling Systems in Motorcycle Engines: What Works Best?

What Motorcycle Cooling System Works Best Between Air or Liquid

When you’re searching for your next motorcycle, you’ll want to have a basic understanding of specific engine options and features that go with them. One of these topics is in its cooling system. Between air and liquid systems, what works best for what you need? At Twisted Cycles, we compare both air-cooled and liquid-cooled motorcycle engine systems to see what works best.

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Two motorcycle riders driving down a dirt road in autumn.

Why You Should Purchase a Pre-Owned Motorcycle over a New Model

Reasons to Purchase a Pre-Owned Motorcycle over a New Model

Purchasing a new motorcycle is an exciting time. After a test drive or some research, the excitement to hit the road with a fresh ride makes it even more exhilarating. But afterward, you may regret your decision with more fees than expected or a significant drop in value. Nowadays, purchasing a pre-owned model has been picking up some serious speed. Check out some reasons to purchase a pre-owned ride, courtesy of Twisted Cycles.

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An image of the V-twin engine inside a 2020 harley Davidson Breakout® 114.

What’s the Difference Between a V-Twin Engine and a Non-V Twin Engine?

An Overview of the Difference Between a V-Twin Engine and a Non-V Twin Engine

Perhaps one of the most well-known motorcycle engines is the V-Twin. Used for numerous jobs, the engine has been around since the early 1900s and is one of the most influential engines in motorcycle history. But what is it, exactly? At Twisted Cycles, we take a look at the difference between V-Twin Engines and non-V-twin engines.

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A woman looking for traffic while sitting on a 2020 Can-Am Spyder.

What License Do I Need to Drive a Can-Am® Spyder in Texas?

What Type of License You Need to Drive a Can-Am® Spyder in Texas and How to Get One

With warm weather upon us, one of the best ways to get some fresh air is to cruise on the open road with your motorcycle or three-wheel vehicle. However, there can be confusion with three-wheeled vehicles, like the Can-Am Spyder. What do you need to do to ride a Can-Am® Spyder in Texas? Twisted Cycles looked at what you need to drive one in the state of Texas to help answer those questions. Check it out below:

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