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10 Different Types Of Motorcycles

So you’ve decided to buy a motorcycle but confused about choosing the right one? With so many options in the market, it’s not easy to make a decision. Sometimes even if you know the features you’re looking for, it can still be confusing to decide. One major factor you want to consider before choosing any…

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How To Adjust Motorcycle Chain?

Chain drives are an essential part of an automobile for power transmission. A chain drive is a core part for transmitting mechanical energy from one place to another. This transmission of power helps to move the vehicle forward. Maintaining a chain in a proper tension level is a must to ensure the life of the…

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How Often Should You Change Your Oil?

Maintaining your vehicle can be annoying. An oil change is one of the more popular types of maintenance for your vehicle. But how often do you need to have your oil changed? In this article, I will provide some information on whether or not your vehicle really does need it’s oil changed. Does Age Play…

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How Motorcycle Engine Works?

A motorcycle engine works the same way the car engine works. It has Pistons, a cylinder block and a head which consists of the valve train. The engine generates power when the pistons move up and down rapidly in the cylinder block, this up and down motion is due to the combustion produced by the…

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How to Drift a Motorcycle?

What is Motorcycle Drifting? Drifting is a riding technique where the rider intentionally oversteers, with loss of traction, while maintaining control and riding the motorcycle through the entirety of a corner.  Wikipedia Drifting is one of my favourite tricks to perform on a motorcycle. I mean, who doesn’t like the smoke coming out from burning…

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How To Parallel Park?

Learning how to parallel park a car is fairly easy, we broke it down into easy steps for you. Find an empty spot between two cars. Signal. Position your car parallel to the Car in the Front. Check Side Mirrors. Turn your steering wheel to the right. Start backing up your car. Align your car’s…