One of the worst things in life is walking out to a bike, getting ready to ride, and seeing a small puddle of oil pooling on the ground under the forks!  Fork seals are one of the main reasons people get their forks serviced.  Leaks can be caused by numerous problems.  Debris between the fork tube and the seal, a nick in the fork tube, compressing the forks too forcefully (such as hard wheelie landings or strapping the front down too tight while transporting), or sometimes they just wear out.  The following are a couple things to look at to help figure out the cause of the worn out seals Read More