While the riding season is nearly upon us, wheeling and dealing for used motorcycles is never out of season. When shopping for a used motorcycle, general appearance and how many bells and whistles come with the bike are usually what catch your eye. Looking good is definitely a benefit, but if the bike you buy doesn’t run, or doesn’t run well beyond the simple paces you put it through, it won’t do you much good.
Having been a line mechanic for a Harley-Davidson dealership, one of my roles was to assess the condition and value of all the bikes that were being traded in. In today’s post, Part 1 of … Continue Reading