Following our latest advice on checking and caring for your bike's tires, brakes, and lights, we are now going to go over some of the actions to to perform in order to care for your engine, transmission, and suspension to keep them in perfect conditions for use.
Did you know that the brake discs of a motorbike can last some 50 000 kilometres? That doesn’t mean, however, that we should forget about them. Remember that all the elements of a motorbike braking system, such as the pads, hoses, and fluid, have a limited duration, whether it be in time or kilometres.
We always see the Repsol Team working tirelessly in the Box during MotoGP Grand Prix races. Can you imagine carrying out exhaustive maintenance like that on your bike? We're going to compare a competition motorbike with a standard one using a Honda CBR 1000RR as a reference point, however, the information is also applicable to many different makes and models. You ready? Let's get to work!
Whether because you like to ride your motorbike all year round or because you are prudent and want to make sure that it is ready to ride when the good weather comes, we are going to offer you some tips so that you have it ready and in top condition.
After weeks of lockdowns, the time has finally come to open up our garages, start up our bikes, and get on the road again. Here, we'll describe our own phased plan for getting our bikes out of lockdown. Before, however, remember that depending on which phase your community is in, you may have more limited mobility options.