Maintenance, Installations, and more by Cycle Country of Salem.
In our bike inspection video, Steven Coen identified that the bike needed a front tire replacement. Larry already had a set of Bridgestones, so he brought them to Cycle Country of Salem for installation. Master mechanic Mike Branson showed us the steps involved in removing, replacing, balancing, and mounting tires.
In our bike inspection video, Steven Coen identified that the bike needed new front brake pads, rear pads, a rear disc rotor, and brake fluid flush of front and back systems. In this video we talk to the Asst. Parts Manager Rob Lulay about brake fluids, and Mike Branson shows us the steps involved in replacing the brake parts and flushing the systems.
Even though the sprockets and chain looked satisfactory, Larry opted to replace them with new to hit the tracks with a clean slate. We went with the stock gearing which should be good for the long straight at PIR (Portland). See Mike Branson remove and install the front and rear sprockets, and chain.
In this video, Rob Lulay (Assistant Parts Manager) talks about the benefits of using coolant additives to reduce the bike's temps by up to 20 degrees. In addition, you will see master mechanic Mike Branson flush the system step-by-step.
Rob Lulay (Assistant Parts Manager) talks about the benefits of using AMSOIL synthetic motorcycle oil, and watch master mechanic Mike Branson change the oil step-by-step.