125cc dirt bike needs to be maintained regularly to maintain its longevity, performance, and your safety. No matter if you're a novice or experienced rider, regular maintenance will maintain your dirt bike in top condition and increase its lifespan.

This thorough manual covers necessary upkeep duties and advice for both novice and experienced riders. Maintenance Schedule: Preventing malfunctions and expensive repairs through routine maintenance. To keep your 125cc dirt bike in good condition, adhere to the following sched

  • 1.Pre-ride and daily checks:

To ensure optimum traction, check tire pressure and tread.

Check the response of the brakes.

Make that the clutch, brakes, and throttle all operate easily.

  • 2.Following Each Ride:

Clean the bike to avoid dirt accumulation.

Verify that the chain is properly lubricated and tensioned.

Look for any loose fasteners or bolts. Look for dirt and other material in the air filter.

3. Each week:

Oil and oil filter should be changed. Examine and maintain the air filter.

Check the levels of the braking and cooling fluids.

Check that the spokes are properly tensioned. lubricate the pivot points and control wires.

4. Each month: Check for leaks in the exhaust system.

Check the wear on the suspension's parts.

Check the wheel alignment and make any necessary adjustments.

Check the electrical and lighting components.

5. After 15 to 20 hours of riding:

The air filter is cleaned and oiled.

Replace the spark plug if necessary after inspecting it.

Check for wear on the chain and sprockets.

Check the thickness of the brake pads.

6. After 30 to 40 hours of riding:

Transmission oil should be changed.

Check for play in the wheel bearings.

Grease the bearings in the steering head.

Check the coolant and brake fluid; refill as necessary.

7. Seasonal:

Take a look at the tires' wear and replace them if necessary.

Look for leaks or obstructions in the fuel system.

If equipped, check the battery and charge it if necessary.

Thoroughly lubricate and clean

Tips for Maintenance:

1.Air Filter:

To maintain best engine efficiency, keep the air filter clean and properly lubricated.

2. Chain maintenance:

To avoid wear and maintain smooth power transfer, clean and oil the chain on a regular basis.

3.Oil Changes:

To maintain the engine operating smoothly, use the recommended oil type and replace it at the regular intervals. To avoid overheating, check the coolant levels and make sure the radiator fins are clean.

4.Brake maintenance:

Regularly check the fluid, rotors, and pads of your brakes for safety. Replace damaged parts right away.

5.Tire inspection:

To maintain proper traction before each ride, check tire pressure, tread depth, and any signs of damage.

6.Suspension Setup:

To improve handling, modify suspension settings based on your weight and riding style.

7.Suspension Setup:

To improve handling, modify suspension settings based on your weight and riding style.


Keep your dirt bike cool and dry and cover it to keep out dust and moisture.

9.Owner's Manual:

For detailed maintenance instructions and schedules, always refer to your bike's owner's manual.

10.Safety Equipment:

Invest in the necessary safety equipment as an adult novice, such as a DOT-approved helmet, goggles, gloves, boots, and protective clothes.


You'll increase the lifespan of your 125cc dirt bike by following this maintenance manual, as well as make riding safer and more pleasurable. Always put safety first, and spend some time learning about what your bike needs. Enjoy your ride

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