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How to take care of your motorbike all by yourself.

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If you have a car then you would probably never contemplate thinking about trying to fix it by yourself or giving it its regular service. It just looks far too technical under the bonnet and so you leave this to the professionals and so it ends up costing you a significant amount of money. Motorbikes on the other hand are much more straightforward and there are many YouTube video is currently available with experts pointing out how to serve your motorcycle and they show you how to do it step-by-step.

There is also easy availability of motorbike parts in Sydney and they are also incredibly affordable when you compare them to the parts that need to go into a car. If you would like to save yourself a little bit of money and you would like to understand a lot more about your motorbike and how it operates then here are some of the things that you can do by yourself that are easy and straightforward.

  • Check the oil – This is a very straightforward procedure and that the side of the engine on your motorcycle, you will find what is commonly referred to as a dipstick and this tells you the level of oil currently in the engine of your motorcycle. There is a little mark on the dipstick that tells you were the oil should be and if it is below that point then all you have to do is to top the engine of with some motorbike oil.
  • Check the tyre pressure – Once again this is very easy to do and it can be checked using a gauge that you can buy at your local motorbike parts store or you can do this at your local petrol station which usually has an air pump available for free. Check your user’s manual to know how much air should be in the tyres and then just do it.
  • Keep the bike clean – It always pays to keep your motorbike clean at the end of every week and especially around the winter time when the local council puts grit on the roads that contains salt. This can have a corrosive effect on your whole motorcycle and so it is best to wash it off as soon as possible.

These are just three of the things that you can do by yourself to make sure that your motorbike is running smoothly and is holding its value.

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