How To Increase Bike Mileage- 8 Best Tips [HWN]

These 8 Best Tips Will Definitely Helps To Increase Your Bike’s Fuel Mileage.

Here we are about to learn how to increase bike mileage by riding economically.

These tips are not suitable for those who are into drag racing or who like to ride rough.

Hence, these compromises are required to get the best mileage from your motorcycle.

As we know, most people try to save their money one way or another and have better fuel mileage definitely helps.

Mileage is the most crucial concern for buyer’s decision while purchasing any new vehicles.

In Nepal, average customers are more concerned about the bike’s price and, of course, its top mileage.

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But if you’ve already bought your favourite motorcycle and worried that it is not offering any better mileage, try these best eight tips to increase your bike mileage.

8. Avoid Sudden Acceleration

How To Increase Bike Mileage
How To Increase Bike Mileage

When the throttle is not used consistently, and when there is unnecessary braking, it increases the bike’s fuel consumption.

Try to accelerate the motorcycle lightly, and also, do not accelerate to a high RPM level in short gear.

Again, ride the bike at the same speed and without unnecessary equipment; these tips help provide good mileage.

7. Adjust Carburetor Setting

How To Increase Bike Mileage
How To Increase Bike Mileage

Servicing the bike on time, regulate the carburettor setting for improved mileage.

Mileage can be enhanced by retweeting the carburettor when the motorbike is providing low mileage.

Most of the two-wheeler companies say that the bike should be driven at an average speed of 50-60 kilometres per hour for the best mileage.

The rate of the motorcycle also determines the mileage.

6. Servicing on time

How To Increase Bike Mileage
How To Increase Bike Mileage

Get your bike serviced on time. Serving the motorcycle routinely minimizes the chances of the engine breaking down swiftly.

A polished engine serviced on time gives more mileage than a machine that has not been serviced for a long time. Also, use engine-prescribed engine oil on the bike during service.

5. Switch off the engine

How To Increase Bike Mileage
How To Increase Bike Mileage

Please do not start the engine during traffic jams as it gives low mileage.

Turn off the engine when you are in a traffic jam.

And Please switch off the engine when the traffic lights are on RED.

4. Tyre Air pressure

How To Increase Bike Mileage
How To Increase Bike Mileage

Tyres also play an essential role in mileage.

If the tyres’ air pressure is less, then the bike is likely to give less mileage.

Therefore, mileage can be increased by keeping the tyre pressure in balance.

Changing the tyres to unusual sizes or using flat tyres reduces mileage.

So, using the same tyres’ size as the motorcycle company’s offers does not lessen the mileage.

3. Avoid Direct Sun Heat

How To Increase Bike Mileage
How To Increase Bike Mileage

Avoid direct heat from the sun when your bike is parked outdoor.

Immoderate heat from the sunlight absorbs some amount of fuel from your motorbike, resulting in less mileage.

At first, the sun’s heat only hampers ample fuel, but it can damage the bike’s better fuel mileage and tremendously reduce the mileage after one month of continuous heat.

2. Clean and Lubricate Chain

How To Increase Bike Mileage
How To Increase Bike Mileage

Periodically clean the bike chain, and lubricate it.

If you are in a place with dust and sand, the bike needs cleaning and lubrication.

Doing so makes it easier to turn the chain of the bike and also gives more mileage.

1. Always use the company’s genuine spare parts

How To Increase Bike Mileage
How To Increase Bike Mileage

If you don’t use the company’s genuine bike’s spare parts, the mileage decreases.

So always use only genuine parts offered by the company.

So, here are eight tips to increase your motorcycle mileage, and next time, when you are trying to save some fuel, these tips will help you retain better mileage for your bike.

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