It’s that time of the year again when the temperature starts to go down, the leaves start to fall, and the days become darker. While we have had a pretty good summer, it is now finally time to say goodbye to the warm weather, and say hello to more dark and cold times. For some people, this may feel as a dreadful outlook. But, like me, if you are a true petrolhead, it means you have the best excuse in the world to not go outside, but to tinker in your shed. A real petrolhead will be in his shed during most of the fall and winter time. If you haven’t already found a new project to work on, I think you should find one pretty quickly. I’ve found a new motorcycle. It was previously owned by a good friend of mine. Because I like to tinker a lot, he has decided to give his old bike to me, instead of throwing it away.
Double R parts
So I’ve gotten my project, but now I still need my motorcycle parts. You know that feeling when you now what the problem is, and you just need to replace that valve, nut, or band? You then spend the next 3 days waiting for your motorcycle parts to arrive. Well, this does not happen at Double R Parts. These guys are great. They have every motorcycle part you need, and they deliver it to your house (shed) in a reasonable time. It can be very difficult to buy all the motorcycle parts you need in advance. It is therefore especially useful for a true petrolhead if you find a company that can deliver those crucial parts in good time.
Easy to find the parts you need.
At Double R Parts, they differentiate between motorcycle parts based on the type of motorcycle you have. For example, I am currently working on a KTM motorcycle, and they have a different category specifically dedicated to this kind of motorcycle. They have parts for all kinds of motorcycles at Double R Parts, including BWM, Harley-Davidson, Suzuki, Triumph, Girella, etcetera, etcetera. The only thing. One small thing I should add is that Double R Parts is really a B2B company. So you have to work through your own dealer. But for most, that should not be much of a problem. The last thing I have to do is wait for my parts to arrive and get back to tinkering.