One of the most satisfying chores of owning a bike, is servicing it and to tackle it you will need the proper tools to get you started. Most motorcycles come with a standard toolkit under the seat, the first thing you should do is take it out from under your seat and throw it away. Throwing the tool kit away serves two very important purposes- the first being saving weight, the second is saving you the headache of stripped bolts and broken bits. Continue reading Building a tool kit for your motorcycle
Some of the most important parts of your drivetrain are your chain and sprockets – so give them the attention they deserve.
Those of us who have been riding long enough have obviously had at least one flat tire while commuting or touring. While getting a flat fixed in the city is relatively easy as there are no shortages of “Ramulu’s” and “Pulayya’s” to get the job done for you, it’s a completely different story when you’re out touring on our NH’s or exploring some SH’s like we do.