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Unofficial Rules That Every Harley Owner Must Adhere To

As a Harley owner, you have a responsibility, not only to yourself, not only to other Harley owners, but to your Harley itself, to do all that you can to look after your Harley, keep it in the best possible condition, ride it as it deserves to be ridden, and to generally keep it in the best possible condition imaginable. There is actually a great deal of responsibility resting firmly on the shoulders of Harley owners, as owning a Harley isn’t just like owning any old run of the mill motorcycle. As a Harley owner, you own a piece of real American history and it is your duty to do your bit for the Harley community. With that being said, here are a few unofficial rules that every Harley owner must adhere to. By the way, that last part isn’t exactly true, as you don’t really have to adhere to these rules, and if you don’t, nothing bad will happen to you, but even so, it is strongly recommended that you adhere to these rules. What are these rules we speak of? – Well, let’s take a look, shall we?

Always keep your Harley clean – As mentioned, a Harley Davidson is a piece of real American history and should be treated like a national treasure. Riding a Harley can be a dirty old affair, as it can quickly get caked in dust, dirt, grime, and various bugs and insects. Although it can be tricky and time consuming to wash your bike, this is no excuse for letting it get dirty, so at least once a week, make sure you spend the time to wash your bike and keep it clean.

Don’t turn your nose up at aftermarket parts – Some people turn their noses up at aftermarket parts and accessories, because they aren’t OEM parts, and basically, they don’t have the typical Harley logo on them. Despite that however, a set of custom Harley saddlebags, fairings, bagger parts, or anything else for that matter, which have come from the aftermarket, look just as good, if not better, than the real thing. Custom Harley saddlebags which have been sourced from a reputable aftermarket supplier, will help to greatly enhance your Harley, so always keep an open mind when it comes to upgrades and accessories.

Always ride safely – To be honest, this isn’t just for Harley owners, this is for all motorcyclists, as safety on a motorcycle is paramount. Resist the urge to try and show off and ride like an idiot because truthfully, you won’t be impressing anybody, and you will not only endanger your own life, you will also endanger the lives of others as well.

Custom Harley saddlebags, fairings, kits, fenders, and much more besides, are all very popular on the aftermarket, and if you want to upgrade your Harley, make sure you check out Bodyparts USA and see what they can do to help you.

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