How To Bleed Your Motorcycle Brakes | MC Garage

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have you noticed lately that you have a

lint lever it's nothing to be ashamed of

but it might mean it's time for fresh

brake fluid I'll show you how to bleed

your brakes in this video an MC garage


replacing your brake fluid and bleeding

the system of air bubbles is regular

maintenance that your manual will likely

suggest doing once every two years you

need to replace brake fluid because it

degrades with use it sucks moisture out

of the air which reduces the boiling

point and sometimes air bubbles can

sneak past the seals and cause a lever

to feel spongy bleeding your brake


replacing the fluid solve both of those

issues if you're not certain when the

last time your brake fluid was replaced

color is a good indicator of age new