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How to prepare your motorcycle for the first spring ride

Spring has sprung in California, which means bathing suits, beaches, bicycles and motorcycle rides. The better the weather gets, the more motorcycles you will see on the roads of Redondo Beach. If you have a motorcycle sitting in your garage, you will want to follow the tips outlined here for preparing the bike for the first spring ride.

The first thing you should do is clean your motorcycle. Giving the bike a thorough wash will help ensure that everyone will see it and see the lights. You should never ride with dust on your motorcycle because the dust will lower the power of the lights.

You should then test the battery, fluid levels, belts, cables, tire pressure, tire wear and ensure all lights work properly. Replace any part that is broken or even slightly damaged. Getting caught on the road without a working turn signal or a battery issue is never fun.

Prior to getting onto a crowded highway, you should ride the bike in an empty parking lot. This will help you get a feel for the bike after not riding for months on end, ensuring that you are familiar with all of the buttons and controls.

Once you get back on the road, you need to be mindful of the road conditions. They will not be the same as they were during the fall riding season. The winter likely caused a bit of damage to the roads. Be on the lookout for gravel, rocks, dirt, debris and potholes.

Whether you ride regularly or for fun every so often, you need to make sure that your motorcycle is always in excellent shape. Follow the tips presented in this post and your bike will be ready for the first ride of spring in Redondo Beach, California.

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