Riding a motorcycle is fun and thrilling. But what happens when you mistakenly misjudge a corner, or a motorist drives you off the road leading you to a ditch? Well, not only will you have some injury, but so will your motorcycle. Once you get into a crash, you need to analyze your bike to determine if you can continue riding it. Presuming that your bike is in excellent condition can get you into serious trouble. Plenty of riders have got into even worse accidents by not carefully inspecting their bikes for damages after a minor accident.
So, how do you avoid this?A motorcycle can get damaged in areas not accessible to trace. You need to train your eye to find any hidden areas with impairments easily. To make your work easier, information such as the cause of the accident, the speed of the motorcycle, and the area of impact can help narrow down the area of inspection. Other than that, you should start analyzing your bike from the front working towards the back taking note of any small change you notice. Here are five essential motorcycle parts you need to inspect carefully before hopping back onto your ride.
Engine and Brake Fluids
Is your Motorcycle leaking? If you see any leak, you must find its origin. Leaking engine oil may lead to your engine knocking if not attended to early. Also if you detect it is the brake fluids, you may need to get additional fluids to protect your motorcycle from brake failure.