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After soaping down the entire bike and then brushing the trouble spots, let it sit for about five minutes; this gives the soap
time to work. Now rinse off the soap and any remaining dirt.
To dry off the bike, Lee prefers to use compressed air being
that it reaches places a towel can’t. This is another good time
to pay attention for broken or missing parts.
Once the drying is done, insert a clean air filter and remove
the exhaust plug. Start the bike and bring it up to running temperature to burn off any excess water.