Welcome

To The Biker's Garage Magazine

It doesn’t matter what you ride, a sport bike, dirt bike, tourer, cruiser, chopper, bagger, or bobber, at some point we have all found ourselves in the garage with a wrench in our hand and grease under our nails.  Traditionally, motorcycle riders like to do their own maintenance, repairs and modifications, it’s a part of our personal involvement with the machine.  From the simple things, changing oil, or adding an accessory, to the complex, like building a completely custom bike, it’s being done every day, by motorcyclists all over the world.  The Biker’s Garage is dedicated to those of you out in your garage, shed, basement, backyard, driveway, or wherever, with wrench in hand, pursuing your two wheeled passion.

Terry Cavender, Editor

Copyright

The content of The Biker’s Garage, words, images, video, are the creative property of The Biker’s Garage and contributing authors, who retain full copyright to their works.  This material may not be reproduced in any form without the express permission of The Biker’s Garage, or it’s contributing authors.

Commenting

Please feel free to comment on any articles that you would like.  Our goal is to create a community of like minded readers.  Since our articles are in English, we ask that you post comments in English.  Comments made in “texting language,” using number and letter combinations such as “B4″ instead of “before” will not be approved.  Comments that are off topic or use profanity are not allowed.

Liability

It has been suggested more than one time that we say this, so here goes:  The Biker’s Garage is providing information only when publishing articles on how to maintain, modify, or repair your motorcycle.  We have no control over your understanding or your application of the information in the articles on The Biker’s Garage.  We assume no liability for the misuse of our content.  In other words, if you follow a procedure in an article and do it incorrectly because you are a poor mechanic, or in over your head, we are not responsible for the outcome.  If you feel at any time that you cannot correctly perform a procedure as described in The Biker’s Garage, we strongly suggest you take your motorcycle to a qualified mechanic.