Selling my first motorcycle?

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  • Selling my first motorcycle?


Answer #1 | 20/12 2013 06:33
NEVER GO TO SLEEP IN A SUIT, GET A PAJAMA. And.... NEVER GO TO LEARN ON A SPORTS 125cc, GET A CG125! Its so sad little girl! You've bought a brand new Sports 125cc bike for roughly £4,000 and for what? To get smoked by a £500 Honda CG125 thats been trashed and crashed? POINTLESS TO CRY OVER SPILT MILK OR BOUGHT SPORTS 125CC MOTORCYCLE AKA SHEEPS IN WOLF'S CLOTHING!!! All I can say right now is "GOOD LUCK"!!!
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Answer #2 | 20/12 2013 07:07
You don't know how to ride but you want a bigger bike?!? Please change your avatar to Dream-On-Girl and learn how to ride first, you are wanting to climb the ladder too fast.
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Answer #3 | 20/12 2013 09:39
You'd more then likely be able to sell the CBR125 for a higher price when the summer comes, so it might be wise to wait until then. Honestly though, when you first start riding a big bike you will perhaps forget about your 125cc. I know I did, and I loved my NSR125. However, the performance from a big bike just gives you that much more fun, thrills and excitement. You can overtake with ease, and have the acceleration to get you out of sticky situations etc. It's completely up to you though, but I would think you will definitely get more money for the CBR if you sell it when weather is better, as that's when more bikers start to appear.
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Answer #4 | 21/12 2013 00:20
Not many people have spare cash over the Christmas/New Year period, by the time their finances recover it will probably be March anyway. Not many people have the inclination to begin riding at this time of year, if you are giving up until March then why wouldn't they? Your bike has already depreciated (a lot) the rate will not decrease if it is a few more months older, but you stand more chance of getting a decent price if there are several buyers.
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