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10 Motorbikes That Will Hold Their Resale Value

When you purchase a new motorcycle, it is always in the back of your mind how much value it will retain when it’s time to buy your next bike. The good news is that whether you are into Harley Davidsons, BMW’s sports bikes, cruisers, or Japanese bikes, you are in luck.

Also if you are looking to sell your motorbike make sure to check out sellbike.com.

Harley Davidson Low Rider S

The Low Rider S is a fusion of incredible performance and dark custom style. It is a big, beefy and bad ass bike. If more is what you’re on the hunt for, more is what you’ll get. Since the beginning, Harley Davidson motorcycle riders have felt the urge to amp up their powertrain performance.

Kawasaki KX450F

Kawasaki’s 450F is a desirable bike off-road…

The Kawasaki’s confidence inspiring stability, light weight, overall purity of purpose, and manageable power delivery will definitely impress you. This puppy pretty much rocked the motorcycle world at its introduction.

Yamaha YZ450FX

…but if you prefer the Yamaha, here’s another 450 you can use through the forest

The 2017 Yamaha YZ450FX represents the ultimate level of top notch performance found on a modern machine. Yamaha YZ450FX boasts a powerful and tractable 450 cc engine, go-anywhere capability and suspension tuning. If you’re on the hunt for a 499 cc motocross bike this Yamaha model should on top of your list.

KTM 390 Duke

The 390 Duke highlights the features that make motorcycling so stunning. It has a great combination of optimal user value with maximum riding pleasure. Powerful, light and packed with state of the art technology, this off-roader guarantees unimaginable, dynamic fun. It is by far one of the most flexible, affordable and fun motorcycles.

Triumph Bonneville Street Twin

Classic round headlight leads the way

The street twin is among the most accessible, fun and contemporary Bonneville. It boasts a unique stripped back styling, high torque 900cc engine, and distinctive sound. Evidently, the street twin is the ideal Bonneville for today’s rider.

BMW R1200R

The BMW R1200R is a great bike with useful tech a powerful boxer engine that will make you forget about the rain. With the abilities of this new roadster, a day in the rain just doesn’t matter. You simply enable the rain button and go. Conclusively, the new BMW R1200R is definitely what you would expect from BMW.

Suzuki VLR 1800T Boulevard (C109RT) K9

The Suzuki VLR 1800T boasts effortless power that originates from the 1800cc V-twin. You can now tour with confidence enjoying the open road with classical styling aboard the Suzuki VLR 1800T. Suzuki VLR 1800T is without a doubt the best buy.

Kawasaki KLX150L (KLX150E)

This Kawasaki model is bound to surprise you in more ways than one. Firstly, it is reasonably priced and an off-roader. Even better, it’s one of those bikes that are addictive to ride. It is powered by an electric- start 144cc, SOHC, air-cooled, two-valve single-cylinder engine.

Ducati M900 Monster

The shape of this monster gives it a brutish, muscular profile. It is made in such a way that the tabular-steel trellis frame is exposed to celebrate its mechanical essence.  Those seduced by the looks of the Ducati M900 Monster won’t be disappointed. It is a fine-handling fast bike with the soul of a true Ducati

Yamaha YZF-R1

This is a true superbike that only gets better when pushed to its limits. It’s definitely a crowd pleaser with its soulful engine and impeccable chassis.

Darren has owned several companies in the automotive, advertising and education industries. He has run driving theory educational websites since 2010.

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