6 of our Favourite Custom Bikes

With the biking community growing year by year, it seems to be that custom bikes are on the rise. There are many makes and models out there, we often find bikers wishing to get creative with their bikes to make them stand out from the crowd. With this being said, here is a list of … Continue reading “6 of our Favourite Custom Bikes”

Eco-Friendly Electric Motorbikes: The Bikes of the Future

Eco-Friendly Motorbikes, Cars, and all other electric vehicles are a way of the future. It’s without a doubt that over the years our planet has seen a lot of wear and tear. However, the team here at bike trader, WeBuyAnyBike are here to save the day (or, a fraction of it), by showing you some Eco-Friendly, … Continue reading “Eco-Friendly Electric Motorbikes: The Bikes of the Future”

Test Ride: Honda MSX125 2016

Meet the Honda MSX125, or as the USA knows it the Grom. This little bike is a load of fun and has a huge cult following. Its a cut down streetfighter complete with sport-style tyres and a comprehensive digital dash. The MSX125 has modern styling with incorporated plastics and stacked LED headlight. Being a 125cc, … Continue reading “Test Ride: Honda MSX125 2016”

Test Ride: Triumph Street Twin 900 2016

The Street Twin is a brilliant roadster, with the added cool of the vintage/retro styling. It offers a smooth, relaxing ride and very nice handling. Triumph has clearly given a nod to its heritage with this model, while including all the modern day electronics and comfort. This is a ridiculously fun bike to ride and, … Continue reading “Test Ride: Triumph Street Twin 900 2016”

Test Ride: Ducati Monster 821 2014

The Monster 821 looks cool, is easy to ride yet offers the speed and power to keep you excited. The sound of the bike is just awesome, as soon as it started up we all wanted a ride. Buying the Monster 821 even second hand isn’t practically cheap, but you pay for quality. The 821 is … Continue reading “Test Ride: Ducati Monster 821 2014”

Test Ride: Triumph Street Triple 675 2011

The Street Triple is a stylish, fast and nimble bike. It looks very much like the Speed Triple but has the Daytona 675 engine, which sounds awesome and feels pretty agile.  This is a surprisingly affordable bike, offering a nice intermediate option for people who want excitement but also a comfortable everyday ride.  Engine The Street … Continue reading “Test Ride: Triumph Street Triple 675 2011”

Test Ride: Honda CB500X 2015

What a little beauty.. the Honda CB500X is great fun. It’s described as a novice-friendly bike, it can be ridden on an A2 licence which opens it up to a large audience. The bike has adventure styling which has been extremely popular, offers great ergonomics and handling. The X features the same engine, chassis, cycle … Continue reading “Test Ride: Honda CB500X 2015”

Test Ride: Harley Davidson 883 Iron 2012

The 883 is one of Harley-Davidson‘s best sellers, due to its 50’s styling sprung from the days of dirt tracks and drag strips. Favourite features include black side covers, black headlamp bucket, drag style handlebar, black fork sliders and chrome detailing throughout. This is a budget Harley bike, it’s an extremely affordable way into Harley … Continue reading “Test Ride: Harley Davidson 883 Iron 2012”

Test Ride: Moto Guzzi V7 II Special 744 2015

Moto Guzzi V7 744 sure as hell looks cool, but how does it ride? Engine The Guzzi is a V2 four stroke with a displacement of 744.00. The 90° V-twin obviously makes for a particular ride, there is a certain amount of being thrown from side to side at a standstill. When you reach the … Continue reading “Test Ride: Moto Guzzi V7 II Special 744 2015”

Test Ride: Ducati Scrambler Icon 800 2015

Ducati’s Scrambler has been a massive success, more so than anyone really expected. Ducati has said the bike is not ‘retro’ just their take on a scrambler, however, if you take a look at the marketing it does seem to be positioned with that vibe. It’s best not to put the Scrambler into a particular … Continue reading “Test Ride: Ducati Scrambler Icon 800 2015”