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We all know we should perform a pre-ride check, but let’s be honest, we tend to skip them from time to time (or more frequently), don’t we? We’re only human, and that silly little check before we hit the road isn’t that important, is it? It’s not like we’re flying an airliner thousands of feet above the ground with hundreds of people on board. While we may think that only our lives are at stake when we ride, what happens to us can affect others both directly and indirectly.

The reality is that your pre-ride check, when done regularly, only takes a few seconds to perform. You can even start it as you walk across the parking lot towards your bike. How’s that for multi-tasking? So, read on to see what we, here at the hallowed halls of MO, think you should do before every ride. If you’ve got your own additions to the list, add ’em via the comments.
Read more about the Top 10 Things To Check Before You Ride at Motorcycle.com.
 

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All the things explained in the article above are very important. I have given utmost importance towards tires and brakes. I have made it a point that I go out for long rides at least twice a month. I own a Yamaha R6 motorcycle and was confused about the fairing that will suit it. Like me, there might be many more first time buyers who might not know the right way to select suitable fairing for a bike. I came across this post that seems to be quite helpful for people who are unsure about the fairing they should select. You can go through it and check whether it helps you. how to select perfect motorcycle fairings

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