If you've owned your motorcycle for several years and have decided to sell it and upgrade to a Harley Davidson, the following tips will assist with purchasing a bike that is trending, customized, and comfortable. After buying your new ride, cruise around town in style and feel as if you are the king or queen of the road.
Take Several Models For A Test Run
After visiting a Harley Davidson dealership, ask one of the sales staff to assist you with locating a model that has received rave reviews and that is within your price range. Before selecting a model, take several motorcycles for a test run to try out each one's features and find out how easy it is to handle each bike on the pavement.
Ask about warranties that are offered with each model and inquire about financing a bike if you do not have all of the funds needed to pay the full cost. Many dealerships offer mechanical services and will provide tune ups when requested, providing you with the opportunity to keep your new motorcycle in tip top shape while you own it.
Have Decals And A Name Plate Added
If you would like to stand out while covering ground on your bike, opt to have decals added to the bike's body and a name plate secured to the front of it. Customized decals can be designed to have your name, picture, or personal insignia included in the design. After cleaning and drying your motorcycle's exterior, decals can be secured.
As long as decals are attached properly to your motorcycle's exterior, they will not fade or peel. A name plate can be secured to the motorcycle with hardware and a screwdriver. If you grow tired of the plate, simply remove it and switch it with another plate that contains another word or picture.
Purchase A Cooling/Warming Seat Cover
A seat cover that is made out of breathable fabric that is woven will help keep your seat cool during the hottest months of the year and will keep your seat warm when it is cold outside. Many covers are designed to slip over seats and have elastic around the edges of the fabric so that the material will not shift. You can purchase a cover from an automotive supplier and will be able to find one that fits your motorcycle by providing infomation about the model that you own when you are being assisted by a staff member.