Prep your Moto. If you failed to put your bike away last autumn with stabilizer in the fuel tank, air in the tires, fresh lube where it belongs and a trickle of energy feeding the battery, then your season may be delayed as you get your moto up and running. Even if you stored your machine correctly, you still have some tasks to perform. Start by making sure your airbox didn't become a nesting place for rodents. Then you can check engine oil, top off coolant and give your chain some more love. Now is a good time to change your brake fluid and replace any worn or bent components. You're almost there, but before reaching for your riding gear, be sure to inspect and air up your tires! Plan on replacing tires that are 5 years old or older. CLICK HERE to learn about when to replace tires.