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    eek How do you log your service history? Is this app any good? 🏍💨

    Heya KR team!

    Who here logs their motorbike services with pen and paper?


    As a child I logged my motorbikes service history on pen and paper - after scouring the app store there was nothing suitable to do this digitally...


    A side project I have created is "Adventum" to enable riders to register their bikes, log their service history and keep track of when that last oil change was!


    I have also noticed the passion for sharing adventures within this community so there is a feed for you to log and upload photos of your rides.


    I would love some feedback on the application and what more or less could help you look after your trusty motorcycles better!


    Feel free to comment below with suggestions or leave feedback via the feedback buttons in the app 📷


    Available on iOS and Android - open the link below on your mobile to get the app saved to your homescreen (follow the prompts) 🏍💨


    Access Adventum at: https://adventum.bike

    Cheers!
    Alex

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    In my head.

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    In my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonez View Post
    In my head.
    One of the riders has uploaded 8 bikes I hope your head isn't overflowing with service histories @Bonez

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    Guess its good if you want to overthink it.
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    but once again you proved me wrong.
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    I generally advise my customers that an oil change every 5000 kms is a nice round figure to keep track of - especially if you get them falling on the multiples of 5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alex@adventum.bike View Post
    One of the riders has uploaded 8 bikes I hope your head isn't overflowing with service histories @Bonez
    See Katmans post...Fucken easy. There is this thing called an odometer on most motorcycles either analogue or digital. It's all you really need. If you own a bike long enough you can tell if a bike is a bit off by throttle response, engine noise or change in exhaust tone. IKty'r not rocket science at all at all....

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    My car nags me "service and inspection required immediately".

    Then the chaps from Bentley come around and pick up the car, magic happens, then its groomed and returned. I literally cannot imagine a situation wherein there is any other option, forthwith.
    In the white room, with black curtains, at the station

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    When the ashtray fills, its time to send out the butler for a replacement vehicle.

















    Still waiting.

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