If you live in a place where the winter months get cold and snowy, you more than likely will have your bike stored away until spring. This can be a boring time for riders who are used to being out on the open road. Even if you are bikeless for the winter, you still have options for motorcycle-related activities. Here are a few things you can do to pass the time until you and your bike are back on the road.
If you cannot ride, shop for upgrades. It will also pass the time if you plan on working on the bike yourself.
Over the holidays there are a lot of great deals on rider gear. If you have been thinking of getting a new jacket, upgrading your helmet, or other apparel now is a perfect time.
Now that your motorcycle is stored away, it is the perfect time to clean it. Since you will not have it out on the road, you will be able to clean every nook and cranny. Cleaning your motorcycle guarantees that the paint or finish will not degrade while the bike is sitting in storage.
Even though there are not a lot of bikes on the road in winter, there are still a ton of motorcycle events you can pass the time at. There are custom bike shows for everyone.
There are countless motorcycle books and publications for riders to read. Check out your local bookstore or library for some great books or magazines. You could also subscribe to newsletters from your favorite motorcycle companies and brands.
While motorcycle riding is limited in the winter, the above suggestions can help keep motorcycling in your life throughout the season. Andrew Prince promotes motorcycle awareness with the “Watch for Motorcycles” message. Check out Rider Education of New Jersey to sign up for a class this spring. You will not regret it. You will thank me.
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