Extending Your Motorcycle Fuel Range
If you’re looking to extend your motorcycle fuel range, there are some steps you can take. It’s no secret that fuel prices are on the rise, and with the average motorcycle getting less than 35 miles per gallon, you’re probably looking for ways to get more mileage from each tank.
As with any vehicle, a motorcycle’s fuel
The economy is affected by a variety of factors. Depending on the bike brand, the powertrain size, the gear you use, and how much you’re riding, the fuel mileage you get can vary greatly.
One of the simplest ways to improve your motorcycle’s mileage is to keep the engine at a steady speed. This means letting the engine idle until you’re ready to accelerate. In this way, you’ll use less fuel. You can even try using throttle modulation to control your speed.
Another option is a long-range fuel tank. However, this can be expensive and only sometimes available to all motorcycles. A long-range tank is often not enough for remote travel in Australia.
Motorcyclists who need additional fuel choose from fuel bladders or purpose-built fuel cells, or you can combine them both. Choosing purpose-built fuel cells will be an excellent option as you can quickly put them in your SW Motech pro blaze saddlebags, which is more convenient when you ride your motorcycle.
If you are looking for a more practical option as storage for their fuel bladders that you can use during long-distance travel, you can opt for SW Motech side cases. They will be perfect for your fuel range.
A lot of people think that motorcycles can’t do anything to increase their fuel efficiency. They may be wrong. Fortunately, several ways to boost your mileage include removing excess weight, reducing cargo, and riding at a constant speed. All these steps can help you to extend your bike’s fuel range and save you money on your gas bill.
For more information about such matters you can see this infographic from MotorradGarage.