We just picked up some new exhaust systems (Jardine and Bartels) and are selling them at deep discounts!

Give us a shout to see if we have a system for your bike.


Winter is on the way out – it has to be. The days are getting longer, temperatures are rising, and before we know it we’ll be on our bikes and riding. Are you ready? It’s time to get your Harley out of storage (if you are a fair weather rider) and tune up those things you never got around too. You’ll be glad you did when the sun comes out as you’ll be ready to head out on the highway.

Here are a few things to check before riding this year, it will help make for a safe, issue-free riding season.

Battery: We wait all winter to get our bikes out of storage and start riding; don’t disappoint with a dead battery. It’s also a good idea to make sure your cables are nice and snug.

Oil: Whether you winterized your bike or not, make sure you check your oil levels. If an oil change is needed, it’s a quick service and should be done before you head out for your first ride of the season. It’s a good idea to also check your Transmission oil to ensure its level is appropriate and clear of contaminants.

Gas: With the amount we pay for fuel these days you’d think would be top notch, but instead it sucks. Gasoline can break down in as little as three months. If your bike has been sitting for more than 90 days, I’d drain the tank and add in some fresh.

Tires: A no-brainer. There’s nothing worse than tires with low pressure. After a long winter’s rest it’s important to check your tire pressure before riding. When’s the last time you replaced your tires? If they are showing cracks, defects or if the tread is way down, maybe it’s time to replace them.

Lights: Make sure to check all of your lights before the season starts. Signals and brake lights are small to begin with, so you want to make sure they are actually working when you’re out on the road.

Cables: Have a look at the many cables on your bike to ensure the vinyl covering is in tact. Cables are the most overlooked part on a motorcycle, and there is nothing worse than being stranded on the road because you neglected to lube your cables. Make sure to do this annually.

Brakes: Have a look at your brake fluid level and colour. A little love at the beginning of the season (or every few months when you’re riding regularly) can help make your breaks work and feel better.

Washing: We’re all going to give our bike a good wash before we hit the road. So when you’re cleaning those intricate places, make sure to check for loose wires, nuts, bolts etc.

These are just a few quick thoughts and ideas to help keep your bike running without issues this season. We can help you at Denco with a spring tune-up if you need it – just give us a shout. It might also be a good time to make some upgrades to your bike like new bars, pipes, more chrome, or even a tune-up to give you more performance.


A few weeks ago I had one of our customers come by to show me some pics of him doing wheelies on his Dyna.

Next thing you know were on YouTube checking out some video’s, well apparently YouTube is addictive. I started watching some burn outs and wheelies guys are doing on Harley’s.

Check out these vids:


Welcome to Grinding Gears, Denco Cycle’s new blog!

We’re stoked to launch this forum to share information about motorcycles. Race bikes, touring bikes, choppers or cruisers – as long as it’s got two wheels and an engine it’s got our attention. At Denco, we’re always learning new things – they aren’t kidding when they say you learn something new every day. As a motorcycle enthusiast, you’ll benefit from our learning’s as much as we do. I can’t say we have our blog topics planned out, but check back often to read what’s new in our world, cool projects, rad pics, events or rallies, interesting rides, tech tips, and more. You never know what’s going to get typed in. Enjoy.


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