at 120 Ber Street , NR1 3ES
The ultimate biker's destination in East Anglia
LIND Motorrad Norwich are the only authorised BMW motorcycle dealer in Norfolk & Suffolk for new and used BMW Motorcycles, BMW parts, service and repairs. Rest assured though, being the only BMW Dealer for miles doesn't mean we take our business and our customers for granted, in fact we are very proud of our most recent achievement in being awarded runner-up Nationally, in the BMW Motorrad “Dealer Of The Year” Competition in 2010 endorsing our commitment and dedication to providing the “Ultimate Experience” for the “Ultimate Riding Machines” We know the needs of BMW riders and our highly trained staff are committed and dedicated to providing the very best. That's why our commitment to you is to maintain the highest possible dealership standards at all times, whether you are searching for a New or Approved Used BMW, a Pre-owned bike from any manufacturer or are an existing owner looking for a service, a new helmet or just a coffee and a friendly chat with our dedicated team of staff, we pride ourselves in bringing you the very best, friendly and professional service. Pay us a visit and check out our spacious two-floor showrooms and fantastic workshop facilities - the next time you're out on your bike pop in to LIND Motorrad So, if professional excellence matters to you, come and talk to the local experts. LIND Motorrad.
#LindieBear is working out the ride-outs for the next 8 weeks for the riders club, would anyone like to make any suggestions? #FollowTheBear
Need Oil? BMW recommend Castrol oils as they are co-engineered with our BMW motorcycle engineers. Use of the incorrect oils or products can lead to premature wear, poor performance and incorrect operation of engine parts, clutch, gearbox and axles. Please refer to the Castrol Recommended Oils Guide. Click to see the oil guide >> http://ow.ly/BgQHx
Here's a few do's and don'ts in order to keep your BMW motorcycle in tip-top condition. Do - Always wash your bike when the engine, exhaust and brakes are cold - Use only BMW recommended cleaning products - Rinse off any road salt daily with cold water - Use appropriate polish to protect painted surfaces Don't - Use washing-up liquid as a bike detergent - Rinse off road salt with hot water - Apply polish to brake discs of tyres - Use a pressure washer close up near oil seals, bearings, breathers and air intakes
Maintenance Tip: Your motorcycle clothing should be purpose designed, whether for quick trips into town, longer distance tours, or even a spell on the race track - safety is of paramount importance. So don't forget to choose the right clothing to suit your intended purpose. And remember also that no matter how well you look after your clothing, eventually, its age will catch up with it; this applies in particular to protectors and helmet shells, which need to be replaced more frequently due to the nature of their materials. When materials are too hard and brittle, they are more prone to breakage and can no longer offer the level of protection that they could in their prime. The next thing to check regularly is that the upper materials of your protective clothing, such as leather and fabric, are in good condition. Functional clothing also needs regular maintenance, otherwise the internal membranes will soon lose their active breathing properties.
Maintenance Tip: Your hands control the clutch and one brake while your feet are responsible for changing gear and operating the other brake. You should therefore frequently check all four levers to make sure they are functioning properly. With foot-operated levers in particular, a slight misalignment is generally not noticed straightaway. This is often due to the boots that a rider wears, which make it difficult to sense when something needs adjusting. Many BMW models come with adjustable levers that can be set to suit your personal requirements. Be sure to use this function, and you will see that it rewards with enhanced fun on the road.
Maintenance Tip: Not only is oil the lubricant that ensures that your engine literally runs smoothly at all times, but it is also a coolant. This explains why it is very important to ensure that your engine, gearbox and drive train contain the right levels of oil. Too much oil can also be disadvantageous, because the oil pressure in the engine, for instance, has been calculated for a particular amount of lubricant.
Maintenance Tip: Maintaining the right tyre pressure is one of the most fundamental factors in ensuring a high level of road performance. It is important to take into account your driving style as well as load and luggage conditions. The appropriate air pressures for your tyres can be found in your motorcycle's handbook.
Maintenance Tip: Check that all your lights are functioning properly, i.e. high and dipped beam as well as rear and brake lights. Even though we only use components of the highest quality, they are still subject to wearing. Of course, when you bring your motorcycle in for servicing, all lights are checked that they are fully functioning. But just to be sure, you should always check that all your lights go on before setting off on a journey.
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BMW announce latest colour range available from September 2014. Come on down and pre-order yours today to avoid disappointment!
From the team at Lind, happy Independence day to all of our American friends!
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Bored with nothing to do now the England team are out of the World Cup? Why not come see us for a demonstration ride to cheer you up?
Lind Motorrad urgently require quality used Bmw Motorcycles . We are also looking for other makes and models for our used centre in Norwich. Call Martin at the dealership with your bike details for the best price.
Such a shame about the England game last night! Don’t worry, we will never let you down like that! #WorldCup2014