There are few things as satisfying as a hard day’s graft. Getting up early, setting to your task and working on something you’re passionate about, knowing that you’re achieving something; making something truly unique and also saving money.
For me, motorcycle DIY completely opens up new areas of knowledge, helping me learn and achieve things I didn’t realise were within my reaches. A drill, angle grinder, sander, they’re nothing to fear or shy away from. Even working on your motorcycle, your pride and joy, if you take things nice and slowly you’ll be absolutely fine.
A few years back I would never have thought I could make custom shelves or wrap my own motorcycle, however with the support of the internet, joys of YouTube and full commitment I’ve made these a reality, and I encourage you to have faith in yourself and give something new a go! What’s the worst that can happen?
As I discover new DIY techniques for my bike, I’m planning to help empower others to give it a go too with step by step guides! Plus I love unique ideas that fit around the motorcycle lifestyle so as I think of them; I’ll also give you some ideas for motorcycle DIY inspired by the bike.
Check out my motorcycle DIY’s so far
For the bike
DIY isn’t the only thing that you can learn to do when it comes to motorbikes. If you’ve been considering getting your own license to drive a motorbike, then it’s worth exploring the services out there that can help you pass and seek out the thrills that come with riding on a motorbike. An a1 motorcycle license is important to get, so be sure to do your research in finding the best company that can help you learn how to control a motorcycle safely but to also try out smaller bike models to start with.