What do you ride?
do it yourself. save money. duh.
If you want to keep throwing money down the drain on outrageous labor costs at your local dealer, go right ahead. I figured out a long time ago that with a few basic tools, I could do anything that the 19-year-old at the Honda dealer could do. At least when it came to basic maintenance tasks.
you can save more than $1,000 a year
What more do you need to know? I am surprised you are not already throwing money at me just to find out how to save more than $1,000 a year. Think of all the new chrome crap you can hang on your bike with the money you save. Or, how many Blizzards you can down at DQ. Now, think about that $1,000 for just a second. After five years of ownership, that's $5,000 you can save just by getting off you butt and doing these basic tasks yourself.
To make the lawyers happy: you should never work on your own motorcycle. My videos are purely for your entertainment. and if you do decide to work on your own motorcycle, you do it at your own risk. Now that we have that out of the way, my videos will show you how I perform basic maintenance on my own Goldwing. Basically, I show you what I do and how I do it. What you do with that information, is up to you.
For less than the cost of one air filter change at a dealer, you can buy my DVDs or subscribe to my On Demand videos. Where else are you going to find a deal like that? That's what I thought.
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