Welcome to the new "darkside.nwff.info" (and now AKA - dsriders.info). We are revamping the site and updating the database - Our new data submission forms are now online!
In an effort to continue what was started here and expand on it. As part of that expansion, I have made a couple of HOW TO vids to help everyone use the powerful databases that are attached to this site.
There are advanced search functions right on the website to help you find any information that is housed in the information databases. I have made a couple of "How To" videos to help you use these powerful databases.
The first video is a "How to" video is on finding the Make, Model, and Year of your motorcycle in the Database. The newest "How to" video is on finding your current stock tire size vs what others with the same size stock tire might be using.
How To Vids
^ How to Find Your Make Model and Year ^ ^ How to Find Your Stock Tire Size ^
You can expand each video to full screen by hovering over the video and then clicking this symbol
Now, I need your help!
As this is a community-driven database, I need you, the community, to start (or continue) sharing information with us, so we can share it with the larger biker community. We don't care what you ride, we just want to know the tire sizes of what you're riding!
Not a Darksider but still a biker? Great! We love bikes and bikers and the website has information for DSRiders and Non-Dsriders alike. We want to gather as much info on bike makes/models and tires sizes as we can. As a lifetime biker, it is nice to have a simple resource that answers the simple question of what size tires does my new bike take?" We want the best community-driven aggregate site we can. The only way for us to do that is for YOU to participate! So, help a "Brother" or "Sister" out and share your info with us!
We have the forms online now! The Tire data form is not only for those of you who have DS experience, it will also allow those of you that just want to share what stock tires you have (which we really want to have too) to submit that. All information is welcome and we look forward to working with you, the biker community.
We want to hear from you. Go here and tell us what you think so far and what you would like to see on the site moving forward.
Thanks for coming and make sure you drop a note if you have been here.
DsRiders - Dan