• Beginnerbikers.org

    by Published on 01-30-2004 09:34 PM

    Or as we call it, BBO.

    We are a community of loyal riders, bikers, and motorcycle enthusiasts that are here to share our knowledge and experience with the internet. BBO was created so that the best experiences from all around the world can be spread to those who are looking to get into riding. Our membership base includes people from all walks of life, from countless countries, sharing thousands of years of riding experience. The name may say beginnerbikers.org, but we are home to veteran riders just the same.

    We encourage you to come in, join us, and share your experiences. We hope that if you're new into riding that you pick up some pointers. It's very possible some tidbits you receive here, might save your life. Just the same, if you're an old dog that wants to share some tricks, we invite you in and hope to hear all the stories you have to share.

  • Recent Forum Posts

    Sorg67

    Perhaps I will

    Perhaps I will

    Sorg67 Yesterday, 08:44 PM Go to last post
    Trials

    By the way, is there any reason you didn't just...

    By the way, is there any reason you didn't just go out and buy a cheap chain breaker?

    https://images11.palcdn.com/hlr-system/WebPhotos/80/803/8039/8039311.jpg

    ... it will likely break the...

    Trials Yesterday, 04:49 PM Go to last post
    Trials

    Is this fake news...

    Is this fake news https://www.motorcyclesdata.com/2020/06/01/harley-davidson/



    "In 2019, approximately 300,800 units of on-highway motorcycles and more than 100,000 units of off-highway...

    Trials Yesterday, 03:52 PM Go to last post
    Sorg67

    Seems like cutting old chain and popping rivets...

    Seems like cutting old chain and popping rivets to shorten new chain is the way to go. I think even if I cut the old chain will be able to pull it through.

    Although it would be nice to lay the...

    Sorg67 Yesterday, 02:42 PM Go to last post
    Shadow Shack

    Cut link off old chain, leave chain on bike. Tie...

    Cut link off old chain, leave chain on bike. Tie end of new chain to end of old chain with wire, twine, whatever. Pull new chain around front sprocket via old chain.

    Shadow Shack Yesterday, 02:08 PM Go to last post