If you own a motorbike, you’ll want to ensure it is regularly serviced and in tip-top condition. It’s a legal requirement and a great way to protect your investment.
How often a motorcycle should be serviced depends on its make and model, and how frequently it’s used. However, a general rule of thumb is every 4,000 miles or so.
We offer a wide range of services
As the name suggests, we have a wide array of services to cater to your every need. Whether you are looking to haul your pride and joy across the country or just need some help getting your motorcycle to the right place at the right time, we have you covered! With our fleet of high-quality, top-notch vehicles we can get your motorcycle to the destination safely and on schedule.
We also have a comprehensive maintenance program designed to keep your bike in tip-top condition. From oil changes to full-service inspections, we will take care of all your needs from A to Z. Moreover, we offer competitive pricing on all our services! We even have a full-service shop with state-of-the-art equipment to ensure your bike is in tip-top shape.
We have a team of experienced mechanics
Our team of experienced mechanics at Motorbike Service is here to help you with any motorcycle repair or maintenance issues you may have. They have the skills to handle a variety of repairs, including changing oil, diagnosing electrical problems and performing other service work.
Many mechanics receive their education through a post-secondary technical institute, vocational school or community college or through an apprenticeship program. A few also hold a two-year degree, or have received GED equivalency.
The training at the School consists of classroom instruction in theories, repairs and technical procedures. Then students are given hands-on training in which they work on actual motorcycles.
Graduates of the School are able to apply their knowledge in other automotive subjects. They are trained to work on a variety of vehicles and equipment, including snowmobiles, watercraft and outdoor power equipment. They can also use their advanced skills to teach others how to operate these types of machines. They can even advance to a supervisory position in a dealership or shop, or become an instructor.