Recently I was in the company of some friends who were once motorcyclists in their young days. They are no longer riding their motorcycles while one or two are still keeping their old Honda motorcycle in their garage. They started talking and comparing cars and their conversation touched on which is the best car of the year and the pros and cons of certain cars, etc. At one time, the topic shifted to motorcycles and from their conversation, they were all praise for their old Honda bikes. Those days, very few could afford cars, not to mention the nice big cars we see on the road today. All of them started with a Honda 70 cc and later they upgraded to Honda 125 cc. These were the most common and popular bikes at that time.
All of them vouched that their Honda motorcycles were very durable and seldom gave them any problem. The motorcycles hardly need any major repair. Thanks to the durability of their motorcycles, they need not have to spend much in repair because money was scarce those days. Talking about Honda motorcycles, we still see many Honda motorcycles on the road today in my country and also in many other countries around the world.
Honda has produced a long list of different types of motorcycles e.g. street bikes, sport bikes, cruisers, dirt bikes, and many others. Honda has faced many stiff competition from other companies but it has made a name in the motorcycle world and it is still going strong. Some of these friends are even contemplating about sourcing for Oem parts or aftermarket Honda bike parts to revive their old faithful bikes.
I am sure there is still a great demand for these old parts because many of these bikes are still in use around the world. Someone suggested that bikebandit.com is a good place to source for motorcycle parts and besides, there are many other motorcycle websites available. For more info and products concerning the brand, year and model of your bike, you can check out the suggested motorcycle websites online.
I am sure these motorcyclists were not joking and they seemed to be very serious about it. After all, they are experienced riders and they all know their bikes in and out. They can easily dismantle the parts and put them back together again without any mistakes. They may even give their old bike a new look! To save cost on maintenance and repair, every biker should know and be able to do some basic maintenance and repair on their bike.