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The rules: Cleaning your bike

The air is warm again, the tarmac shimmers and the sun strokes the back of every rider’s neck. Leathers hang patiently, helmets seem to buzz in anticipation and garage doors are poised on standby. At no point in this fantasy is it cool to walk outside in your finest attire and straddle a filthy, gunk-clad bike. Sometimes we tell ourselves a...

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Oct 11

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Piglet2010 says:


Considering the cost of windshields ($190 US for the one on my Honda Elite/Lead 110), I use a product specifically designed for polycarbonate to clean. Also works well on my lids/visors.

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Oct 11

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Piglet2010 says:


So how many miles did it take to stop your canary yellow 'Busa after greasing the rotors?  ;)

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