The clutch cable gives you the ability to disengage your clutch and shift gears, which is a very important aspect of riding a motorcycle as you might have already figured. Because it is used so much, the clutch wire will eventually wear out and break if not attended to.

This can be a real pain in the tail when you’re riding. Luckily, you can learn how to replace it and save yourself a lot of hassle when you’re on the road or don’t have a mechanic nearby. So if you’re going on a long trip, remember to take a spare clutch cable with you.

Here’s how you change a worn out clutch cable, but we do suggest that you take some professional help before getting your hands dirty.


  • Pliers
  • Wrench
  • Phillips Screw Driver
  • New Clutch Cable


Khursid is the head mechanic at Sacred Summits and has been for quite a long time. He knows his Royal Enfields like the back of his hands and there are very few others in the country who are as good as him. As amazing as they are, Royal Enfields have a knack of breaking down unexpectedly, if that’s the case, Khursid is your man. That doesn’t mean he can’t find his way around other two-wheeler commuters though.



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