As the weather starts warming up for riders who live in the north, there’s good news! It’s time to take your bike out of storage and get it ready for the open road. If you’re someone who’s been riding all winter long, you can take this opportunity for a small tune up on your bike, since regular maintenance on your bike is always recommended!
If you live in a colder climate, it’s likely your bike was in storage the last four to six months (depending on how long your winter is), and it’s not ideal to simply take your bike out and start riding it. There is a set of steps you should take to prepare it for riding, and we’re here to guide you through it.
Foremost put together five maintenance tasks you don’t want to forget to do before you fire up that engine.*
Once you have completed these tasks, it’s a good idea to take a test ride around your neighborhood to ensure everything is working properly. Stay safe, and Ride On!
*Please note: You should also follow the manufacturer's recommendations for any other maintenance requirements not mentioned in this article.Tweet
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