Rust where? There’s not exactly bare metal anywhere on a motorcycle that would rust in a days exposure before it’s moved back inside and would dry out naturally again.
It builds up. Inside the heads of allen bolts is common. A drop of water in there has real trouble drying out. Non-anodized aluminum gets crusty with repeated exposure, etc. Doesn't bother me as I buy them to ride them but some people want everything perfect.Rust where? There’s not exactly bare metal anywhere on a motorcycle that would rust in a days exposure before it’s moved back inside and would dry out naturally again.
Who are the morons who pay to have their bikes in storage for Summer? LOLPretty sure I know what dealer you’re talking about, but they only do that in the summer AFAIK. Winter storage bikes don’t move.
I’ve still seem people freak out about their bike being “left out in the rain” or whatever at a dealership / shop, but these people don’t seem to understand that motorcycles are designed to get wet.
The dealer I am talking about pushes bikes out in the winter as well. Whether these are bikes that are in for service I don't know but it seems like a lot of Bikes. Personally I keep my bikes pristine and always stored inside. If I do ride in the rain (which is inevitable) I always dry it off when I get home.