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Top Tips For Planning Your Bucket List Ride

Tips For Riding in the Rain

Motorcycle Buyer’s Guide

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There’s nothing like the feeling of buying a new bike. Whether you’re a newbie or seasoned veteran, it’s not always easy deciding on exactly what you want – but we’ve got your back. Check out the advice in this Motorcycle Buyer’s Guide on what steps to take, what to look for, and some tricks we’ve learned along the way as you choose your next motorcycle.

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Emily Sullivan
Emily Sullivan
Emily Sullivan is a Content Curator for Trader Interactive, serving the recreational brands RV Trader and Cycle Trader. Her mission is to provide thoughtful, practical content to those who are always on the hunt for their next adventure.

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Top Tips For Planning Your Bucket List Ride

We’ve rounded up our top tips for planning your next bucket list motorcycle ride. 

Tips For Riding in the Rain

Let’s dive into some rainy weather riding tips to make sure you’re ready for anything when you hit the road this spring and summer.

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We’re breaking down a few top bucket list biker rallies that you’ll want to add to your list ASAP. 

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  2. I’ve been riding 2-wheel motorbikes for 57 years and always enjoy looking through adds on cycle trader, especially the low mileage bikes that look to be as new. However, someone should point out that if a buyer finds a motorcycle with less than 7,500 miles it is important to have “all original equipment” installed, or available for reinstallation, because any bike licensed in california with less than 7,500 miles is considered as new and must be inspected by DMV, or certified as complying with CA smog regs. This situation has prevented me from purchasing at least one out-of-state bike. Thought others would like to know so as to avoid hassle and sellers should be aware so they can advertise accordingly.

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