Whilst there is much fun and excitement in motorsport, it's not all rosy and sunny. You will come face to face with a number of different problems that you will need to solve. If you have a problem such as this then you should take action as soon as possible to prevent further problems from happening.
Motorbikes can be dangerous if they are not properly maintained or serviced. Some parks will hire mechanics to attend the track to service the bikes whilst they are in the paddock. You don't want to use one of these mechanics if you don't know them very well. In fact, it's highly likely that they will either charge you exorbitant fees or even leave your bike out on the track without any servicing at all. It's far better to leave your motorbike out on the track where it can be repaired by someone who knows what they're doing.
When you arrive at the park, check to make sure that the area is completely clear of spectators and vehicles. If you have to park your motorbike somewhere, it should be somewhere that is out of the way and away from the prying eyes of spectators and other drivers. Try to park your bike in a place where it is completely visible. Don't forget to lock up the bike and leave it in a secure location for the night. If you fail to do this, you may find that the battery has died and that you have to start driving your vehicle in order to power it back on.
There are other hazards that you need to be aware of when you park your motorbike in a park. For example, there are large vehicles such as buses and lorries that may be parked along the track. These large vehicles could be in danger of being struck by your motorbike. If they are moving or parked in an unpredictable manner, it may cause you to come into contact with their steering system.
You should also try to keep dangerous items such as ladders and other items off the track. It would be easy to lose control of your motorbike if you were to trip over a ladder. Try to stay away from anything that could cause you to fall from the bike, including the top of a ladder.
Take your motorbike with you to your next ride. This way you can be assured that your bike is free from all the hazards that can cause a problem. and that the ground is clean and safe. Just keep being on the safe side of caution, it's best to leave the tracks when you're not using your motorbike.