Warning: Hot engine and exhaust components can cause burns. Always wear gloves and protective clothing when handling a motorcycle.
KTM’s no-apologies “Ready to Race” mantra is a proven winner when it comes to winning off-road and motocross championships. The Austrian company produces a wide range of competitive motorcycles, including street models.
The k&m motorcycles team is here to assist with everything from a full engine rebuild on your old motocross bike to a top-end service on an antique street bike. With the best parts, expert mechanics and a commitment to customer satisfaction, you can be sure that your bike will be ready for the next ride or race.
k&m motorcycles can help you keep your bike in great condition with routine servicing and regular oil changes. Changing your engine oil on time is essential for engine performance. Using your daily kilometre reading will help you gauge when it is time to change your bike oil.
After years of working out of Kym Dier and Murray Johnson’s spare room at their home in West Croydon, South Australia k&m motorcycles relocated to U2 5-9 Kingston Ave where they continue to build their reputation as an honest and reliable business that provides good value and quality. k&m has also acquired the workshop across the road to expand their range of bikes and parts.
Kearney Hogg Motorcycles Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. We act as a credit broker not a lender and we can introduce you to a limited number of carefully selected lenders. We may receive commission from the lender for introductions made.
Generally speaking, a well maintained motorcycle will go a long way before serious mechanical problems crop up. This is not to say that it will never break down, but rather that the ratio of value of the bike to the cost of performing expensive and complicated repairs becomes smaller and smaller as mileage increases.
Accessories are a variety of add-ons for motorcycles that enhance their safety, comfort, and performance. They may be factory installed, or purchased and added post-sale as aftermarket items. The term “farkle” is sometimes used in the motorcycle community to denote purely decorative features that don’t provide any functional benefit, such as chromed or anodized parts that simply add visual appeal.
K & M is a shop that knows its stuff and has been around for a long time. They service a small but dedicated clientele and pride themselves on their top quality work and reputation. If you’re looking for a custom bike in Adelaide that is built from the ground up, then this is the place to go! They also offer a large selection of new and used motorcycles, some even dating back to the 80s.