Motorcycle visual inspection

Here are some key points to consider when conducting a visual inspection of a motorcycle:

  1. Stand the motorcycle on a level surface and engage the side-stand or centre-stand (if equipped) to keep it stable.
  2. Inspect the frame and bodywork for any signs of damage, corrosion, or wear.
  3. Check the wheels for any signs of damage, wear, or looseness in the spokes.
  4. Inspect the tires for any signs of damage or excessive wear, and check the tire pressure using a tire pressure gauge.
  5. Check the brakes for proper operation and sufficient brake pad thickness.
  6. Inspect the suspension for any signs of damage or excessive wear.
  7. Check the engine for any leaks, unusual noises, or other signs of malfunction.
  8. Inspect the electrical system for any loose connections or damaged wiring.
  9. Check the fluid levels in the engine, transmission, and other systems, and add fluid if necessary.
  10. Check the lights, signals, and other safety equipment to ensure that they are functioning properly.

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