Ride a Yamaha but free is free so not complaining.
This offer is for invited persons only. We recently contacted selected Suzuki customers inviting them to complete an entry form to qualify for a free neck tube. This offer was compromised and promoted outside of the qualifying audience. If you have received the original email from us directly and complete the form you will receive a free neck tube. All entrants outside of this audience will not qualify for the offer.
Click on the link now- read the form- it's a new one stating ONLY people who were invited to get a free neck thingy will receive one- they cottoned on to the situation! Clever Suzuki !
i ordered one of these ages ago and it has still not arrived!!!!!! 3 xx
Posted 23rd May 2009Posted 23rd May 2009
Suzuki SV650 Sport Motorcycle £500 Deposit and 0% Finance over 3 Years Total payment £5221£5,221
Suzuki are offering 0% finance across their range of motorcycles. This particular model, SV650 Sport, offers a bike with many abilities from commuting, track days, novice riding an… Read more
You'll need to take a CBT after some lessons to get you used to riding then go on for a full motorcycle license. Usually means having 5 or 6 lessons (most do it over a couple of week, i did mine over 5 days) I'm sure somepne can correct me but is there a motorbike theory test as well? I had to take a theory test but only because I didn't have to do one when i took driving lesseons as it didn't exist back then. I'd suggest that you take an advanced riding school. Too many new riders are getting injured out there due to making silly mistakes. Don't be too cheap on the clothing, but do make sure you get some. don't go riding in jeans and a jacket. even a slow speed slide will still give you serious burns. Buy a good fitting, brand new helmet, gloves and boots/shoes. you don't have to buy leathers, there are other materials for biking but if you're getting a big bike then leathers with well placed padding would be the wisest option.
Cheers would be rude not to really!!!
GSX-R600 or R6 - so tempted!!!!
I know nothing about bikes but I want one and may treat myself shortly. Some advice please guys - what licence do I need and how do I get one. Cheers
Another thing to bear in mind is that three years is a long time, the finance company hope you will lose your job or miss payments because of some other reason..... thats when they will start charging you interest because you have defaulted on the deal.