Part 4 of my helmet article

For anyone interested, part 4 (and the final part) or my article about helmets is now available on the Motorcycle Direct website at

http://www.motorcycledirect.co.uk/motorcycle-direct-club/blog066-looking-after-your-lid.php

Another article on the pre-ride checklist is also available on the same website at

https://www.motorcycledirect.co.uk/motorcycle-direct-club/blog-068-motorbike-pre-ride-checklist.php

Two good reads for the price of one!

Timely reminder too for all the seasonal riders about to wheel their pride and joys out from hibernation.

What no R+Rubber :wink:


Two good reads for the price of one!
Timely reminder too for all the seasonal riders about to wheel their pride and joys out from hibernation.
What no R+Rubber ;-)
National Treasure
You know what, thank you for that, you have just made me realised that I have just realised that they have used a second "E" instead of "R"

I will have words (or is that letters? ;-))

You’re welcome

TC,
In the case of chain driven machines, is the chain lubricated and is it properly adjusted?

The above us mentioned twice on the “O” assume the second one should be the other one which has completely left my brain as I type this!!

What was I saying about a timely reminder?

I found no brake light operation from The 250’s front brake! A little annoying seeing as how well it’s normally fettled. Multimeter to hand and there it is or there it isn’t, no continuity at the switch, a goodly spray through the little holes in the back of the switch with the old faithful unmentionable stuff that fixes everything and all is as it should be. Also took the opportunity to adjust the rear brake switch, it was coming on a little late. I’m now left with having to go out and road test it, life can be so demanding at times.

Thanks TC. Nice one, even for us old hands who’d wager hard earned we’re on top of the maintenance.