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Motorcycle Tips - Useful Tips for You and Your Motorcycle

By Walter F. Kern

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These motorcycle tips* are taken, for the most part, from actual Motorcycle Views Forum discussions, from regular visitors to the Motorcycle Views Web site, and from previous contributors on the old site and forums. These Motorcycle Tips will grow as additional users submit their own successful tips. If you have a motorcycle tip, submit it.

This feature contains general motorcycle tips derived from combining many previous contributions.

What I want to do with Motorcycle Tips is to provide a means for Motorcycle Views Forum members and other Motorcycle Views Web site visitors to submit their own motorcycle tips. My job will be to decide if a tip is useful enough to a wide audience to be included and then edit the tip, and place it under a Motorcycle Tips category.

These Motorcycle Tips will continue to be expanded as users submit new ones so check back often for updates. New Motorcycle Tips will often be announced in our Motorcycle Views Newsletter. If you haven't yet subscribed to our newsletter, please sign-up now.

We all need plenty of help to understand the various aspects of motorcycling. These Motorcycle Tips should help.

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* Please bear in mind that these Motorcycle Tips are for information only and express the singular experience of the provider of the tip. No exhaustive testing has been done. It's recommended that your application of any tip be done so as to minimize any adverse results that may occur. Some tips are detailed and useful. Some are thoughtful while others are cursory. All have been edited. You should never assume that your experience with the same motorcycle tip will be similar.

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