Buying a new motorcycle is like getting into a relationship. If done with the right one, it can be the most amazing thing in your life.
However, if you jump into it in an impulse, there’s a good chance you’ll end up regretting it pretty soon.
So, before you get out your checkbook and get the machine you lusted for, make sure it’s the one for you.
Here are 10 things you MUST always check before you get a new motorcycle, whether it’s a brand new one off the showroom, or a pre-owned purchase.
1. Engine Temperature
Another problem that plagues those with powerful engines, especially the crotch-rocket folks. A short-spirited ride on that literclass can blow your mind. But, an hour-long ride through traffic can blow your thighs. It’s always necessary to check if the engine heat will be bearable for you for your driving needs and local weather conditions.
2. Seat Cushioning
Don’t just get the bike you want. Get the one you need. If you have to ride for hours every day, getting that sportsbike with a thin-film-like seat really wouldn’t be the best decision for your posterior.
Keep those 2 guys in mind too. You don’t want them sleeping off, in the middle of the ride!
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