Push-start a motorcycle
Understanding how to push-start a motorcycle is a great skill to have, but this method should be used only if the previous jump-starting options aren’t possible. So if needed, here’s how to do it:
Find a clear stretch of road or, ideally, a hill for the added momentum.
Put your bike into second gear (first gear can at times come on too strong, causing the bike to jerk forward).
Start pushing the bike, while running alongside, until you get up to at least 5 mph.
Hop on the bike once you’re up to speed and immediately drop the clutch and push the starter.
When your engine starts running, pull in the clutch and apply some gas.
Continue riding your motorcycle for 15 to 30 minutes to recharge the battery.
Jump-start a motorcycle using another motorcycle
Jump-starting your dead bike with another motorcycle is very similar to jump-starting a car. Make sure you have jumper cables, then do the following:
1. Make Sure Both Bikes Are Off and in Neutral
2. Find the Battery Terminals
3. Connect the Jumper Cables
4. Start the Working Bike
5. Try to Start Your Bike
6. Disconnect the Jumper Cables
jump-start a motorcycle using a motorcycle battery jump starter
1. Start With Both Your Motorcycle and the Jump Starter Off
2. Connect the Attached Cables
3. Turn the Jump Starter on
4. Try Starting Your Motorcycle
5. Disconnect the Jumper Cables
6. Recharge the Jump Starter
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