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Five best ways to increase the value of your motorbike

5th December 2021
"Even if you do not want to sell your motorcycle right now, maintaining the current condition of your motorcycle will ensure that you will always have options for your bike in the future."

Even if you do not want to sell your motorcycle right now, maintaining the current condition of your motorcycle will ensure that you will always have options for your bike in the future.

Here are some of the important tips that will help you to get a good deal for your used motorbike:

Paint Jobs

Even if you have used the motorbike for quite a few years, don’t let that show up in its appearance.

Paint jobs are essential for remodeling your used bike thus appreciating its value to a great extent.

Most importantly, paint jobs help you hide the actual age of the bike which is the key to attracting numerous customers.


Changing the grips will also work wonders. You can change the existing ones and put durable, comfortable, and long-lasting grips.

That will not only increase the efficiency of the vehicle but also increase its saleability.

Even though the buyer pays less for a used bike, he will surely check whether it is in perfect working condition. Make sure all the important parts are up and running along with the grips.


Don’t wait until your tires are bald to replace them. This can lead to more problems which can devalue your bike.

If you want the control and responsiveness of your motorcycle to be working perfectly, then take care of your tires.

Keep it clean

An unclean, cluttered, and dirty garage is certainly not the place for your vehicle.

Make sure you find the right place for it, as that will prevent the accumulation of dust and grime.

At times, improper storage affects the performance of your bike to a great extent. You have to keep it in a clean and functional space where it’s maintained well.

Check the Performance

If you are using your bike quite often, check its performance at regular intervals. That will give you an idea of the current state.

Used bikes can get sold at quite high prices if you guide the buyer in the right way.

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Compiled by : Delika Dangal Delika Dangal

5 Bike care and maintenance tips to keep your bike forever new

5th May 2019
"Simple and easy steps to let your ride feel young forever and make your bike new forever."

Buying a bike may be a thing but taking care of it is what matters the most. Simply purchasing a hot ride means nothing at all if you have no idea how to take care of it. Taking care on a daily basis requires no hardcore physical activity but simple tips and tricks.

Here are some bike care and maintenance tips:

Regular Bike Servicing

Regular Bike servicing might be a regular thing to see as a first point in the article about taking care of your bike. But, it is one of the most important aspects to be taken care of in order to maintain the bike’s condition and keeping it smooth for a very long time. Servicing can be done on a timely basis or as per the kilometers the bike has traveled. Make sure that you either service your bike in the showroom itself or a genuine bike shop.

Do not fill the petrol tank 

Petrol tanks should not be filled to their maximum limits as it only makes your bike and wallet suffer because of the overflow. Also, the bike when kept under the sun, vaporizes all the petrol and wastes it away. Filling it the halfway or a little more than that would be the best thing to do.

Bike chain Maintenance -Lubricating the chains

The chains are the link between your acceleration and the turning of the wheels. The dust, dirt, and mud getting all over the chain as it is located at the bottom of the bike. These external agents cause the dryness in the chain sprocket which ultimately creates friction, which is basically bad for the pickup and riding in general.

Tightening nuts and bolts of Bike

Regular monitoring of the nuts and bolts is extremely necessary to maintain the bike in a sustainable manner. Imagine you take your ride for a spin and a bolt gets loosened up. The chances are, either you will hear weird creaking noises throughout your ride or you will end up with a dislocated part of your bike which may cause the dislocation of your body parts too.

Wash your bike weekly

Finally, the bike wash is necessary to keep your bike look shining and flawless. Washing the bike daily may be a difficult task considering the daily business and the shortage of water in the country. Also, everyday washing may wash out all the necessary lube from your bike. Therefore, make an appointment for cleanliness with your ride once a week.

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Best dirt bike in Nepal |Price and Specifications|

3rd December 2021
"Dirt bikes are mostly favored by the younger generation due to their top comfortability, suspension, powerful engine, high performance, and mostly their attractive design and look."

Dirt bikes are mostly favored by the younger generation due to their top comfortability, suspension, powerful engine, high performance, and mostly their attractive design and look. Such bikes are mostly chosen for traveling on distant and difficult roads, as they are easily accessible on any road.

Here are the lists of the four best Dirt bikes available in Nepal along with their price and specifications:

Yamaha XTZ 150

Yamaha XTZ 150 is the first FI (fuel-injected) dirt Bike in Nepal. The company claims that its design, resistance, and maneuverability make the XTZ 150 a great option for use on all types of roads.

Yamaha XTZ 150 is powered by an air-cooled single-cylinder, four-stroke 149cc engine; Yamaha XTZ 150 can generate a maximum power of 12.5 PS at 7500 rpm and a maximum torque of 13.1Nm at 6000 rpm.

With the latest FI technology embedded, it features Yamaha’s patented engine technology.

The bike has a five-speed gearbox and provides adequate power for your rides.

Yamaha XTZ 150 Feature Highlights

  • 150cc Fuel-Injection Engine
  • EURO4 Compliant Efficient Engine
  • Utilitarian-Sport Design
  • Halogen Headlamp and Tail lamp with bulbed Indicators
  • Digital-Analog Instrument Cluster
  • Bulkier 12-liter Fuel Tank
  • Front Telescopic and Rear Link Swing arm Suspension
  • Front Disc and Rear Drum Braking
  • 235mm Higher Ground Clearance
  • Spoke Wheels

The price of Yamaha XTZ 150 in Nepal is Rs 549,900.

Crossfire Tracker 250

The Tracker 250 is a multi-purpose bike that has compact, elegant bodywork from head to tail, including a narrow fuel tank developed exclusively for motocross and endures demands.

Tracker 250 powered by air-cooled, four-stroke, 2-valve, and single-cylinder engine powers.

The bike is a 249.5cc which can generate a max power of 12.5Kw at 7000rpm and a max torque of 18.5Nm at 5500rpm.

It has a five-speed gearbox with a 7.5-liter fuel tank.

Crossfire Tracker 250 Features

  • New Retro Design
  • Adventure-style exhaust
  • All LED Lighting System
  • BS4-compliant 223cc engine
  • 6-speed transmission
  • Upright handle position
  • Outstanding handling and balance
  • Reinforced steel frame
  • Self-cleaning footpegs
  • Telescopic front fork boots
  • 278mm high ground clearance
  • Dual Disc brakes

The price of Crossfire Tracker 250 in Nepal is Rs 3, 75,000.

CX 250 R

CX 250 R daunts all-new graphics with improved elements. Plus, it continues on the familiar endure/trail styling.

The plastic body feels more premium than the outgoing competition, especially with the sporty graphics overlays.

CX 250R is powered by a 249cc Single-Cylinder, 4-Stroke, Liquid-Cooled FCR Carburetor engine. It can generate a max power of 29.8PS and a max torque of 29.8Nm.

Moreover, it is mated to a 6-speed gearbox with a 6.5-liter fuel tank capacity.

CX 250R Feature Highlights

  • 250cc FCR Carburetor Engine
  • Sporty Graphics
  • 6-Speed Gearbox
  • Liquid-Cooled System
  • LED Headlamp, LED Indicators, and LED Taillamp
  • Ready To Race Electronics
  • CNC Triple Clamp
  • RK Racing Chain
  • Enduro Suspension
  • New Speedometer
  • NISSIN Japan Dual Disc Braking
  • Dual Exhaust
  • 361mm High Ground Clearance

The price of CX 250R in Nepal is Rs. 6,95,000.

Hero X Pulse 200

Hero XPulse 200 is a dedicated off-roader with a windshield, larger front mud-guard, larger suspension setup, high-mounted exhaust, and spoke wheels.

Hero XPulse 200 is powered by a single-cylinder, 4-stroke OHC engine with 199.6cc engine displacement.

It produces a good 18.4PS of max power at 8000rpm and 17.1Nm of max torque at 6500rpm.

Furthermore, it is mated to a 5-speed gearbox with reported mileage of 40kmp.

Hero Xpulse 200 Features

  • Modern Dual Tone Split Graphics
  • Brighter LED headlight
  • LED indicators and tail light
  • Upswept Exhausts
  • Updated 4-valve Engine
  • Fuel Injection (FI) Technology
  • Aluminum Skid Plate
  • Longer Telescopic Travel Front Suspension
  • 10-step Adjustable Rear Mono Suspension
  • Double Disc Brakes
  • Single-channel ABS
  • Dual-purpose Tyres
  • Spoke Wheels

The price of Xpulse 200 in Nepal is Rs 4,02,000.

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Compiled by : Delika Dangal Delika Dangal