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A Guide in Buying Your First Motorcycle.

Did you know all motorcycles are not the same and not all of them will suit you. Below are tips that can be of great help when buying your first motorcycle.

First, motorcycles have a lot of power, you will find some of fastest motorcycles in the world can go more than 300mph. If you are a beginner, you don’t have to buy the fastest motorcycle. Avoid going for motorcycles that have an engine of more than 500cc. In the process you will get more time to master how to ride the motorcycle, then with time you can upgrade.

Secondly, you need to decide what kind of motorbike you want. It is important you choose a motorbike that will meet your needs. Super bike are ideal for quick rides during the weekend. If you want to go for a road trip with your friends, motorcycles for seniors such as cruiser would be the best choice. It is important you choose a motorcycle that you can comfortably sit on.

Also, it is important you keep it uniform, if you want to buy a motorbike to ride with friends or join a club.

Before you buy a motorcycle, decide if you want a new or used one. With a new bike, you don’t have to worry about doing repairs. If you want to buy a new motorbike and you lack enough cash, financing would be a good option. For a used motor its cost effective. To ensure you don’t buy a used bike that will drain your finances on repairs, before you buy it have it inspected. If you are buying the motorcycle for the first time, it is advisable you buy a used one.

Before the motorcycle gets to the road, it is requirement to have insurance. The budget you have set aside will determine which insurance you will settle for. Ensure the insurance you have settled for covers you and third party.

What is the weight of the motorcycle? It is recommended you opt for a motor cycle that has a weight you can easily lift. The heavier the motorcycle is, the bigger the engine. If you want to reduce the weight of the motorcycle, consider getting lighter rims.

If you are buying a used motorcycle, ensure it is legit. Ensure the motorcycle is not on the police list for stolen bikes. Does the motorbike you want to buy on loan?

Before you buy a motorcycle, consider the cost of buying replacement parts. Some models of motorcycles will cost you much on spare replacement. Shop around for the cost of tires, brakes and many more.

Also, you will need a gear and a helmet that is comfortable and fitting.

When doing a test drive, check how comfortable you feel when riding and controlling the motorcycle.