Christmas Money Saving Tips for Bikers

I think it’s safe to say that we’re rolling well into November now, and Christmas is becoming more acceptable in our vocabulary. A lot of people call it the big C word because it’s big in the cash department. Well, they probably call it that because they don’t want to accept that it’s coming up, … Continue reading “Christmas Money Saving Tips for Bikers”

RideUnlimited: From Russia to Japan

In my last blog, we had just finished riding the famous western BAM road and were leaving Tydna. In Siberia, the transition from Summer to Winter is unlike anywhere else and Autumn as we know it lasts for only around a week or two. Temperatures were now dropping quickly so we had the heated gloves … Continue reading “RideUnlimited: From Russia to Japan”

RideUnlimited: Siberia and the Baikal-Amur-Mainline by Motorcycle

In my last post, we had just left Mongolia and were riding East into extreme Siberia. My parents were driving east towards Vladivostok and catching the ferry to South Korea. We were finally riding to our start point on the infamous Western BAM road. The BAM is possibly one of the toughest adventure roads left … Continue reading “RideUnlimited: Siberia and the Baikal-Amur-Mainline by Motorcycle”

All About The BikeBox24!

It goes without saying that we’re all always looking into new ways of securing our bikes. According to statistics, motorcycles amounting to the value of around £3 million are stolen every month – Just in the UK alone! Most motorcycle prevention methods are tackled using an immobiliser. In this day and age, we can’t help … Continue reading “All About The BikeBox24!”

RideUnlimited: Riding Mongolia

After a few days in Irkutsk, we got back on the road onwards to Mongolian border which was 670 km away. The last few crossings had been a nightmare so we were preparing for a full day trying to get through. Arriving at the border we saw hardly any people queuing, however, it quickly became … Continue reading “RideUnlimited: Riding Mongolia”

RideUnlimited: Nightmare Border Crossings and Passport Drama in Russia

When I last blogged for We Buy Any Bike we were leaving Kurchatov in Kazakhstan and heading north to Russia. I mentioned the border crossing being slightly different from our past experiences, which usually took about 40 mins to get through the whole process. It was different alright! We rode to the border crossing straight up … Continue reading “RideUnlimited: Nightmare Border Crossings and Passport Drama in Russia”

An Electric Future for Harley-Davidson: Project LiveWire

Four years ago, in 2014, Harley-Davidson released rumours of their plans to release a whole range of electric motorcycles. They have recently elaborated on that, and it seems to be that Harley have been planning like the pros that they are! We’re not sure how many people were working on all the different designs, but … Continue reading “An Electric Future for Harley-Davidson: Project LiveWire”

Our Favourite Track Day Circuits in the UK

We all know that riding a motorcycle is a very fun experience, but sometimes the open road just doesn’t cut it. A lot of us thrive to ride somewhere with likeminded people; somewhere where you’re less likely to stumble across any obstructions. This ladies and gentlemen is where track day comes in! The team at … Continue reading “Our Favourite Track Day Circuits in the UK”

Harley-Davidson’s 115th Anniversary Edition Beer!

We think it’s safe to say that Harley Davidson’s 115th birthday year hasn’t been the best one yet for the brand, in terms of the media. However, the team seem to be holding high hopes for the future as they have chosen to celebrate by releasing their very own beer! The team here at bike … Continue reading “Harley-Davidson’s 115th Anniversary Edition Beer!”

RideUnlimited: Leaving Kyrgyzstan & Into Kazakhstan

Bike trader, We Buy Any Bike would like to say a huge thank you to Jenny of RideUnlimited for once again sharing this exciting update of her latest adventures! In this post, she’ll be sharing stories of her visit’s to the Caryn Canyon, Lake Kaindy, Almaty, and Kurchatov. My last update was from Lake Issyk … Continue reading “RideUnlimited: Leaving Kyrgyzstan & Into Kazakhstan”