Have you ever been in the condition when you are trying to disassemble your motorbike, and suddenly a nut or a screw starts to mess up with you? Have you ever stopped thanks to the stripped nut that is being stubborn and doesn’t want to leave its position? We know such situations can be quite annoying and make you stop your activity.Continue reading
Capacitor Discharge Ignition or CDI is the part that is available in the most of the petrol based engines. Its primary purpose is to ignite the motor and make it work properly. It is the made up of the distinct parts that work together so that the ignition system of the vehicle can operate properly.Continue reading
Overtaking another vehicle while you are riding a motorcycle sounds thrilling and fun. And it is indeed quite thrilling if you are able to manage it successfully and safely. Overtaking on a motorcycle can be particular risky if proper precautions are not taken.
Have you ever wondered how the battery system and the electrical parts of your bike work?
Have you ever tried to notice that there is both AC and DC present in your bike and flow through it? In this article, we will seek to inculcate some of the core concepts of your motorbikes electrical system. We will try to put light on some of the fundamental parts of your motorbike and how they work.Continue reading
Have you ever ridden on a motorcycle before? If your answer is yes, how successful was it? For those whose answer is no, are you wondering how to braking on a motorcycle?
For some people, what it takes is just to sit on the motorcycle, kick it or press the start button and then off you go – pretty simple right? I beg to disagree – it takes more than just that to handle a motorcycle.
However, riding can be fun. This does not take away the fact that it is more complicated that it sounds.
Come to think of it, let us assume you are able to get it going/moving. How do now get to stop- aha! I just got you there.
Stopping a motorcycle from running is not just simply compressing the brakes. There are lots of factors to be considered. Continue reading
Routine maintenance is not just about changing the oil and waxing your bike’s paint. You should regularly inspect and clean the electrical system of your motorcycle. If you wash your bike regularly, then you should also learn how to clean the electrical contacts of your motorcycle. Continue reading
Riding a motorcycle is one of the most thrilling experiences of life. If you ride on a Harley bike at top speed feeling the wind through your hair and the world whir by you in a flash, it is nothing short of ecstasy. However, the thrill and sheer joy of a motorcycle ride also comes with its risks and hazards.
Since a motorcycle is a two-wheel transport, it is highly unstable compared to other four-wheel vehicles. So all the while driving a motorcycle, you not only have to keep your bike clear of any obstacles and other traffic but also maintain your balance and ensure that the bike does not lose its center of gravity. This sounds hard but with practice, it becomes instinct. Continue reading
Nowadays, a lot of people want to buy a motorcycle primarily because of transportation convenience and efficiency. However, there’s one question that always arises: “Is now the best time to buy a motorcycle?” If you’re one of these people who are asking the same question in your mind, we are able to help you answer that.
Do you clean your dirt bike tire regularly? Bike tire is most important to acquire excellent traveling experience. These structures fulfill the dynamic responsibility of automobile and it ensures the safety drive. Maintenance of tire is most important because it can extend your bike tire life. I think people may have a question about how to maintain your dirt bike tires but the answer was simple. You should clean the bike regularly and clean different parts of the bike might allow the people to familiarize you with the bike. If you clean each part of the bike then you can check whether each part is working properly especially tire that might lead to getting better performance from your bike.Continue reading