Ever since the first motorcycle tournament appeared in 1867 motorcycles have kept certain dolphins. Basically, the bike is a piece of metal and some other two-wheeled material. Yet, even the most simple maintenance is shrinking and thinking about it.
Who knew that the owner's owner's basics could teach us as much about us as they teach about the bike? I do not understand all the mechanical, electrical and electrical features of my bike. However, I know that even the knowledge demystifies it.
Getting started is simple. In addition, increase your security and lower costs, here's what you find:
- You have tools. In other respects than tire pressure gauge, the tools that come with your bike are all you need to get started.
- The basic points are easy. Please find out the owner's manual and try it out. Get started on normal things; Check tire pressure, air pressure, oil height, chain pressure and lubrication (if you have chainwork). Not only will your bike perform better and last longer, it's much safer.
- You can do more than you realized. Even little success brings confidence. Achieving something that you thought was out of the league prepares you for the next task. We learn that we can accomplish much more than texting ourselves and are encouraged to try new things.
- You are a much more comfortable rider. Without understanding, you do not know what you do not know. Here you get out of the way and you have no idea what could go wrong, nor would you be ready if it did. If you regularly check your bike, you know it well and you're likely not to let it go. You may discover potential problems before you get out of hand.
- Self-Discovery. You do not know you can do something like that before you do it. Too many give up before they start or even become close to success, because they tell them it can not be done. Or they have been told they can not do it. Think about the message that plays in your subconscious mind.
- more awareness. You know it has been done and it has been done correctly. Just doing that helps you understand how it works. Then you do not feel like you are merciful to a well-off but ill-informed or unbroken mechanic.
Learning Maintenance 101 builds self-confidence, awareness and independence. It increases pleasure, safety, motorcycle and longevity. It reduces costs.
Before going on the next trip, take a moment and learn something new about your bike. You will be amazed at how it's done!