There are many reasons you might be interested in fixing wrecked motorcycles. Perhaps you just bought your first bike, and although it was very affordable, it’s not exactly in the condition you’d like. Or maybe you’ve wrecked your prized bike and want to get it back into shape. Fixing wrecked motorcycles can also be a great hobby or even profession; buying cheap bikes and fixing them up can be very lucrative.
Are you interested in fixing wrecked motorcycles because you are ready to fix up your first bike? This is a great option to save money and still have a good motorcycle. The first thing you need to do is visit your local library. Getting a good idea of how your type of bike works and what the parts are will get you started on the right foot. You should also look to your User’s Manual. If you didn’t get one with your bike, check out websites such as ebay.com to look for one that is used.
Or maybe you are interested in wrecked motorcycles because you wrecked your bike. If this is the case, you have many options. You may choose to fix up the motorcycle as this will be much cheaper than looking to buy another one. Try assessing the engine and body work repairs to decide if this option is affordable. If it turns out this option doesn't interest you, consider selling your motorcycle to a hobbyist or taking it apart to sell the parts individually.
Perhaps fixing wrecked motorcycles is a hobby of yours. Are you looking to make it a profession? This is a great way to have a job that you love. The first step in making a profession out of wrecked motorcycles is find non-working bikes to purchase. This can be done easily in the newspaper, but you should also check out craigslist.org and ebay.com as these sites often have many used bikes for sale. Once you have fixed up the bike, consider returning to craigslist or ebay to sell it for profit. Check out our article on salvaging motorcycles for more tips.