Motorcycle repair and maintenance is an essential part of owning a bike. This is because your bike is constantly exposed to different weather conditions and undergoes a lot of wear and tear that needs to be kept in check. For you to enjoy your bike and extend its lifespan, it is important to have the knowledge of its parts, mode of operation, and general maintenance of your machine.
It’s nearing the end of July, and the summer days are ticking down, which means you’ve got a good two and a half months of great riding weather before it starts turning cold. This is an opportune time to plan at least one or two big riding journeys on your motorbike, if you haven’t already.
There is something of a new trend rising among motorcyclists, and that is the DIY bike repair shop. While this is becoming popular for basic upkeep, you might want to think twice about taking this route if you need to have more extensive repairs done.
If you’ve seen quite a few movies and TV shows where someone is simply riding with jeans, helmet, a leather motorcycle jacket and maybe boots, you’re really only getting half the picture of the gear you need to ride safely.
Summer is officially in full swing, which means more opportunities to have adventures on your motorcycle, whether you’re simply enjoying a leisurely day out, or you are an avid biker headed towards a rally or other similar get-together. Here are some tips for you to have that picture-perfect motorcycle trip.
So, you’ve taken all the required tests for a full motorcycle licence, kept up on training, know the rules of the road, and even have proper riding gear, but the near-unthinkable still happens: you’re involved in a crash with your bike.
Motorcycles are a fun and even eco-friendly way to get around town, do errands, and just have a leisurely ride through the countryside in the spring, if you want to get out of the city for a good while. You’ve earned your licence, picked out the bike of your dreams and you’re ready to get going.
What would the world look like if nobody on the road had accidents, or at least did their part consciously to greatly reduce them? There would be fewer accident claims, of course, and the solicitors put in charge of handling personal injury cases would have to find another area of law to work in.
Going out on your motorcycle in the spring and summer air is always a thrill, right? The sun is out, you’re in a good mood, and you want to just take a ride, especially out of the city and into the countryside.
We’re in the middle of winter, and that means a greater potential…