1. Visual inspection
- Look for any fluid leaks, broken or cracked parts, and signs of corrosion.
- Check the tires for wear and alignment.
- Make sure all lights and reflectors are working properly.
2. Mechanical inspection
- Test the brakes for proper operation and check the suspension for damage or excessive wear.
- Inspect the chain, sprockets, and drive belt for signs of wear or damage.
3. Engine inspection
- Check all hoses and cables for damage or leaks.
- Check the engine oil level and condition; change if necessary.
- Inspect the air filter and replace if dirty or damaged.
4. Electrical inspection
- Inspect the battery terminals and cables for corrosion or damage.
- Test all electrical components, such as the starter, alternator, lights, signals, and gauges.
5. Final inspection
- Take a test ride to ensure that everything is functioning properly
- Check for any strange noises or vibrations coming from the engine or suspension
- Inspect the motorcycle for signs of wear or stress on any part of the machine, including handlebars, foot pegs and control levers