, not dangling loose on their hoses.5 With the forks clear, completely undo the fork cap and pull it up - you can't remove it, though, it's still attached to the fork's internals at this point. Now you'll need a special tool.6 Fix the special tool
and want to save labour costs by stripping everything off beforehand.It is essential to have a clear and clean working area, a safe area to store the panels once they have been removed and somewhere the fixings and fasteners can be arranged in order. Tim
MOTORCYCLIST Steven Hodgson has started an e-petition in a move to bring a halt to VAT on motorcycle clothing.The petition, which can be found online at: NO VAT ON BIKE GEAR states:'We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to Remove VAT from
Ahh the helpful older sister, a rare breed indeed..
1. Loosen everything before putting your bike up on paddock stands. It's more stable like this and you're less likely to tip the thing over on its side.2. Up on a stand and calipers tied out of the way. And no, we're not daft. The R6's spindle is tapped through initially with th...
VALENTINO ROSSI underwent surgery yesterday to remove the metal rod that was inserted in his leg after the Mugello practice crash in 2010.The crash occurred at Mugello two years ago when Rossi highsided at the top of the fast chicane that makes up
Click here for 10 easy steps on how to remove your wheelsApologies if we're teaching some of you to suck eggs here, but here we're going to look at wheel removal and refitting. Sounds like a simple job, but there are some important things to bear
WELCOME to Visordown's weekly caption competition, where you get the chance to slap your best effort on our chosen image.It's over to you. Get those crazy minds to work and let the captions commence!
GRAND PRIX Evolutions has released a series of handmade exhaust silencers for the latest Yamaha R1. Each silencer has a circlip retained db reducer and a removable in line baffle. This unique set up gives more versatility than any other exhaust
of the respondents was the removal of street clutter including kerbs, signs and railings. Improved pedestrian and cyclist safety were also popular at 49 and 43 per cent respectively, and only a quarter believed there would be no benefit at all.Opinion on whether
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