I was thinking that maybe we could have a technical repository (big word of the evening !) instead of us rehashing the old answers. eg bike electrics basics/testing eg http://www.electrosport.com/technical-resources/technical-articles/how-m..., bike manuals (operator and service but if copyright is an issue then maybe a hyperlink to those locations on other servers?)
Also, as another example tyre ratio vs speed calculator eg http://woodsware.aciwebs.com/gears/gears.asp or http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/tirecalc.php.
How about carb info from Mikuni (for the old school bikes) eg http://www.mikuni.com/fs-manuals.html or http://www.mikuni.com/fs-tuning_guide.html.
The possibilities are endless.
I would also suggest links to other forums regarding specific motorcycles. As an example there is infinitely more info on the V-Star 1300 on the 3 x V-Star forums that I belong to, than will ever appear here.
I had two schools of thought:
1. Creat a single webpage with sections and sub-sections with either the actual info or hyperlinks, covering (for example):
b. oils and lubes
e. air intakes / carbs
g. user and service manuals
h.specific forum links
i. etc etc etc
2. Using the basic info/hyperlinks as found on the Motorcyle Reviews pages as an example, how about inserting the specific links ie manuals/forums/unique mods under each specific bike model and keep the basic/generic info as a seperate webpage. I guess it could be a case of duplication eg use the same forum links for various Honda VTX1300 models duplicated on each page of the VTX models.
Obviously there needs input and assistance from the forum members ie input of data and flagging of dead hyperlinks to make it work.
Food for thought?