How to Get Maximum Fuel Efficiency from Your Bike

   Feb 01,2023

Motorcycles can easily navigate city traffic, and most people prefer buying a two-wheeler over a car. Moreover, a two-wheeler provides significantly higher mileage than a four-wheeler. You may notice that your bike's fuel efficiency has decreased due to regular use, and you visit the petrol pump more frequently. 


5 Tips to increase the fuel efficiency of a bike

A few modest adjustments may result in improved performance and fuel efficiency. 

  • Take regular maintenance: 

It is recommended that a vehicle should be submitted to an expert as the seasons change because different weather conditions affect the bike's performance. A typical servicing session inspects tyre conditions, engine oil levels, air filter, clutch setting, engine, chain condition, lubrication, and many other things. Failure to attend these classes will result in decreased performance and a shorter life cycle. It improves the bike's life and performance improves. As a result, make sure to attend frequent maintenance sessions.

  • Park in a shaded area: 

This is because evaporation may cause some fuel loss. Aside from wasting fuel, direct sunlight can degrade the paint. Prolonged exposure to the sun can cause paint lifting and chipping. When feasible, park your bike in a shady spot. It will also extend the life of your bike's paint.

  • Use Clean Fuel: 

Unclean fuel can have a severe impact not only on the operation and performance of your bike but also on the environment. Engine malfunction, component failure, safety issues, and so on are just a few of the many problems you may encounter if you use contaminated fuel. The solution is only to purchase fuel from a reputable gas station.

  • Modify with caution: 

It should be noted that bike modifications are not restricted to cosmetics, such as changes in seat and handlebars, tyres, or wheels. Many custom components might improve or harm your bike's fuel efficiency and performance.

  • Ride defensively: 

Ride your bike at an average speed of 40 to 55kmph, avoiding frequent breaking, and avoiding rapid acceleration, among other things. High levels of fuel consumption occur from hard acceleration. Staying calm in critical moments, avoiding over-speeding, and riding safely will also help you follow traffic rules.

Final Takeaway

All you have to do is take meticulous care of the bike by maintaining it on a regular basis. Avoiding traffic, keeping your engine clean, and parking in the shade all contribute to getting the most mileage out of your two-wheeler.

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