up in dealers as second-hand bikes, with price tags that are far more accessible to most of us than when they were new. Good news for the second-hand customers, not such good news for the fashion-conscious buyer who takes the hit.Setting a £5000
buy cars - oh, and those of us who have just been told "we're having a baby", of course.And quite probably the one way to make the transaction even more stressful is to buy second-hand. With new bikes there's the comfort of a two-year warranty
.Stock shortageDespite these factors and signs of an overall decline in business, there continues to be a shortage of second-hand machines.However, dealers are staying positive about business prospects for the remainder of the summer and are continuing
If ever a conversation is likely to spiral into a full-on argument between a bunch of riders it is the old question: ‘what’s in your dream garage?’ It’s the perfect wet Sunday-in-a-pub-topic-of-debate that will rage on like an out-of-control forest fire well into the middle of th...
pillions got a good deal. Five years on, with an eye on the second-hand market for something exciting, affordable and practical, they're all things high on my used bike shopping list.Then as now, as a road-focused sports bike free from the shackles of race
Keanu Reeves ... setting trends in HollywoodAND just in case you thought he was only interested in motorcycles for a bit of added publicity, here’s a nice pic we’ve been sent of Matrix star Keanu Reeves out for a spin on his latest purchase, a classic Norton.Nice one Keanu, you s...
HANDS UP if you've owned a 400cc sportsbike? I haven't, I couldn't afford one back in the day, so I bought a Bandit 400 instead. But I always lusted after an RVF400 and I still do.Visordown's reviewed four classic 400cc sportsbikes - the Kawasaki
YAMAHA'S TDM850 FIRST raised its bug-eyed head in 1991. The mix of goggle-eyed looks, Delatbox frame, tall, town friendly stance and punchy parallel twin motor seemed perfect for the city and Britain's back roads.The TDM850 was Europe's second
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