Motorcycle Sport & Leisure

My bike: 2005 Yamaha FZS1000

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always feel a slight sense of trepidation when I leave a bike at a garage to be checked or worked on. What might they find? How likely is it that there will be a problem with the bike? And what will it cost? All of those thoughts ran through my head as I returned to Webbs of Lincoln after they had completed their initial

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