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£6495

Triumph Street Triple 675 675 R

Middlesex
675cc
2450mi
£7250

Yamaha XSR900 900 Naked

Middlesex
847cc
2500mi
£4695

Honda CB650 650 FA

Middlesex
650cc
5600mi
£3495

Honda CBF125 125

Middlesex
125cc
8200mi
£3175

Honda CBF125 125

Hertfordshire
125cc
1810mi
£8250

Triumph Street Triple 765 765 RS

Middlesex
765cc
950mi
£2550

Kawasaki Z750 750 R

Middlesex
748cc
16000mi
£6350

Honda CB650 650 FA ABS

Surrey
649cc
2000mi
£3995

Honda CBF600 600 600 S

Hertfordshire
599cc
17184mi
£5750

Yamaha MT-07 ABS (35kw) Naked

Middlesex
689cc
325mi
£6795

Honda CB650 650 FA ABS

Hertfordshire
649cc
336mi
£5495

Yamaha MT-07 700 ABS (35kw) Naked

Middlesex
689cc
500mi
£6294

Honda CB650R 650 ABS

Middlesex
649cc
2300mi
£6289

Honda CB650R 650 ABS

Middlesex
649cc
3000mi
£3399

Honda CB125R

125cc
4947mi

Honda have are well known for their persistent drive in innovation and their non-stop development of new motorcycles to fulfill the demand for this around the world. The 125cc market is one of the biggest for them as it is the staple mode of transport for many far eastern countries. Honda have always led this sector of the market with some mind blowing production numbers in a wide variety of their models. The latest 125cc in Honda repertoire is the CBF125NA, otherwise known as the CB125R.

£4699

Honda CB500X

479cc
15174mi

When Honda added the CB500X to their 500cc range, they were on to a real winner as the twin engine not only delivers a punchy power delivery with ultra reliability, but it feeds the growing desire for adventure bikes in the middleweight sector of the market place.

£4699

Honda CB500X

479cc
15174mi

When Honda added the CB500X to their 500cc range, they were on to a real winner as the twin engine not only delivers a punchy power delivery with ultra reliability, but it feeds the growing desire for adventure bikes in the middleweight sector of the market place.

£9699

Triumph STREET TRIPLE 765 RS

765cc
96mi

Rarely do you get an opportunity come along like this... Here we have a barely used example of Triumph's newest incarnation in the Street Triple range of bikes... It is the new Street Triple 765cc RS edition equipped with ABS brakes as factory standard. It was first supplied and registered at the end of June last year during the first lock-down to a private owner. His circumstances soon changed and along with the challenges we all faced in such a trying year, he didn't get to use it. Consequently the total mileage covered is just 96 in total.

£4995

Honda CB650 650 FA

Middlesex
649cc
7700mi
£5695

Yamaha XSR700 700 ABS (35kw) Naked

Middlesex
689cc
7000mi
£4995

Honda CB500 500 XA ABS

Middlesex
471cc
3700mi
£2799

Honda CB600F HORNET

599cc
7593mi

Honda's Hornet range were often seen as the bike that took away Suzuki's crown that they'd deservedly achieved with their Bandit range. The innovative design, the versatility to be personalized and the build quality all put together gave the bike buying public something that they appeared to want.

£5995

Honda NC750 750 SA ABS

Hertfordshire
745cc
10mi
£4995

Honda CB500 500 FA ABS

Hertfordshire
471cc
10mi
£2299

Honda CB125F

125cc
2444mi

Honda have always been the go-to brand when it comes to geared 125cc bikes with their range increasingly catering for a wide audience from a whole host of automatic scooters to a selection of geared motorbikes of all shapes and sizes.

One of the biggest success stories in the range has been the CB125F, which is otherwise known as the GLR125. It fills the gap in the range that the legendary CG125 left behind all those years ago and even though it's predecessor, the CBF125 had a good stab at replacing it, it didn't come close to what the CB125F offers today.

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