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Here at EasyR Australia, we make sure to provide the lowest prices for the most popular motorbike parts and brands, such as Akrapovic, Dynojet, Rizoma, Motion Pro, R&G Racing, and Yoshimura.
So whether you are looking to buy motorcycle tyres and batteries or a new motorcycle exhaust system, EasyR Australia is guaranteed to provide the best price and customer service.
We are Australia's largest motorcycle shop for aftermarket parts. With our central warehouse located in Brisbane, motorcycles are our passion.
Are you looking for a high-quality replacement for your stock tyres? We sell Pirelli tyres designed for many different motorcycles, including BMW, Honda, and Suzuki motorcycles. This gives us the most extensive range of motorcycle tyres in Australia.
We also sell a vast array of handlebars to personalise your motorcycle further, as well as motorbike battery chargers to help keep your motorbike in action at all times.
EasyR Australia offers the most extensive range of motorbike parts and accessories at the lowest prices.
We sell parts for Honda motorcycles, Yamaha motorcycles, Triumph motorcycles, BMW motorcycles, Husqvarna motorcycles, Kawasaki motorcycles, Indian motorcycles, and more.
For further inquiries regarding motorcycle accessories, motorcycle gear, lead-acid motorcycle batteries, tyres for your bike, tyre-fitting, and motorcycle covers, please chat with us online or call us on (07) 3216 2251.
Our sales team will happily assist.
The chassis is the underlying structure and comprises several parts, such as the mainframe, subframe, front forks, rear suspension, and swingarm.
They can be made from various materials, such as magnesium, steel, or even aluminium, which significantly reduces the frame's overall weight. Some frames are even built out of Kevlar and Carbon Fibre.
The materials used greatly influence the overall cost of the motorcycle and give the bike different performance statistics.
In most situations, swingarms are bolted onto the rear frame. However, on choppers, it is common to see a rigid rear suspension built-in.
All engines have a unique level of performance that is suited to different styles of riding.
For instance, it is not uncommon to see a sports bike with an engine built to support the overall structural integrity of the cycle.
This helps reduce the number of materials used to hold it in place, ultimately reducing the bike's weight.
On the other side, it is customary to see high capacity V-twin engines on touring bikes, which are more suited to long-distance travel and comfort, at the expense of a higher weight.
There are many different types of motorcycle transmission; however, they are mostly built into the engine casing. Some exceptions exist, such as motorbikes with stand-alone transmissions.
The most common way to operate a motorbike is with foot-operated sequential manuals.
The purpose of the final drive is to transfer power from the transmission output shaft to the rear wheel. This can be achieved in a variety of ways, such as driveshafts, belts and chain drives. Each method has its strengths and weaknesses.
However, chain drives are the most versatile. In addition, it is possible to adjust the final drive ratio with sprockets of varying sizes with a chain drive.
As the power transfers from the final drive to the wheel, you start moving. There are different tyres for different applications.
For instance, if you are riding on a road, you will want tyres built explicitly for the purpose.
Road tyres are primarily smooth and are made for maximum grip on the highly abrasive surface.
Manufacturers employ many different techniques and profiles to get a signature feel, so it is essential to find the right motorbike tyre for you.
Much like tyres, brakes have their characteristics and profiles, but they all aim to achieve one purpose: coming to a stop.
Front brakes tend to be more powerful than rear brakes, as a lot of the energy is transferred to the motorcycle's front.
Although they are mainly fitted to give a bike a particular look or style, it is essential to note that body panels, such as fairings, play a massive role in aerodynamics.
Consequently, naked bikes forego the inclusion of these panels, for the most part. This cuts down weight while leaving parts exposed.
Motorcycle exhaust systems channel air out of the engine, allowing it to breathe and perform to an acceptable standard.
Exhausts can be made of many different materials. However, it is common for riders to opt for a lightweight titanium exhaust system.
This part allows you to control the bike, with most controls located on them. Usually, on the right side, you will find a twist throttle.
However, most of the primary functions you would come to expect, such as light controls, are located on the handlebars.
These are small pegs located on the lower half of the bike. These allow you to balance yourself on the bike correctly.
On manual bikes, they also have a rear brake lever and a gear lever.
As with any other vehicle, is it essential to make sure your lighting is up to scratch.
Not only do they assist in communicating with other vehicles, but they are necessary for night-time riding.
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