• 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

    Trials

    You just need a hammer and a dull nail or a punch...

    You just need a hammer and a dull nail or a punch that is smaller then the pin you are hitting. You can press it apart or you can drive it apart, either works.
    ;) you need to apply a little more...

    Trials Today, 07:24 AM Go to last post
    Sorg67

    Is normal a thing? Was able to grind the tops...

    Is normal a thing?

    Was able to grind the tops off the pins, but cannot get the pins to push through.

    Do I need a chain breaker tool? Wonder if I could make a clamp work.

    Sorg67 Yesterday, 07:52 PM Go to last post
    Trials

    I just realized how much I have worked on...

    I just realized how much I have worked on motorcycles.
    it's not normal

    Trials Yesterday, 07:42 PM Go to last post
    Trials

    I just take the chain off and lay it alongside...

    I just take the chain off and lay it alongside the old one, that also shows you how much it has stretched.

    Trials Yesterday, 07:40 PM Go to last post
    Trials

    Super easy job. Yes anything that grinds the pin...

    Super easy job. Yes anything that grinds the pin flush to the face of the plate will do it, does not even need to be pretty.
    You should clean around the countershaft sprocket and check if your...

    Trials Yesterday, 07:29 PM Go to last post