Motorcycle Driver’s Handbook


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Chain breakage

Chain failure usually is caused by a worn or stretched chain that doesn’t fit the sprockets properly, or by worn sprockets. When the chain breaks, you’ll notice it because you’ll instantly lose power to the rear wheel and the engine will speed up. If the chain locks the rear wheel, you won’t be able to disengage it and it could cause your cycle to skid.

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Rev: 2015