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The New Rider's Guide to Basic Maintenance

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Every new rider needs to know basic maintenance of motorcycles in order to have safe rides each day. In this segment we share with you the basics of the tools you will need, handle bar, control lever, shift lever and brake pedal adjustment, as well as changing your oil and air and fuel filters.





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