6 Basic Tips for Keeping Your Motorbike Well-Maintained

While motorbikes are built for solid performance and dependability, any vehicle will only outperform expectations with regular tender loving care. Keeping your bike in top shape includes regularly filling and flushing the fluids at manufacturers’ recommended levels using manufacturer-approved products. Anti-Freeze or Radiator Coolant Resist the urge to fill your radiator up with water, especially […]

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10 Points – A Buyers Guide to the Honda CRV

For around £22,000 you can own an SUV that drives like a car, the Honda CRV has all the great features SUV owners love with all the conveniences of owning a car. Here are 10 great reasons to buy Honda CRV models 2010 and newer: 1. Handles like a car, burns fuel like a car. […]

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Honda CRV – The Top 2 Gadgets of 2014

Honda announced that their CRV edition of vehicles in 2014 will have many new gadgets not seen in the mini car-SUV hybrids known as the CRV. Among the top ranking competitors of must-have driver gadgets, Honda have added entertainment and seating to an already loaded deal. The Kenwood Entertainment System The Honda CRV 2014 cruiser […]

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Soichiro Honda Found Joy in Manufacturing Vehicles

The name Honda certainly conjures up images of reliable motorbikes and cars, but not many think of the man behind the name. Soichiro Honda was born in November of 1906, he would be 108 years old this year, in the Komyo Village as the eldest son of Gihei and Mika Honda. As part of the […]

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5 Top Geeky Motorbike Gadgets of 2014

There are so many awesome gadgets for motorbike enthusiasts that have come out this year. If you are having trouble choosing just one, you are not alone. Here are the top five geeky ones so far: Garmin Zumo 665 Motorcycle GPS Never lose your way with the Garmin Zumo 665 Motorcycle GPS. Garmin has cornered […]

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In Pursuit of Knowledge, the Honda Legacy

Soichiro Honda, the founder of Honda Motors, blossomed under the tutelage of Yuzo Sakakibara, the owner of Art Shokai, and this became the foundation of an amazing business the automobile industry. If we could ask Soichiro whom he respected the most it would be his boss and teacher Yuzo. Art Shokai Proved to be the […]

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Top 5 Tips for Buying a Motorbike from eBay

Buying any item from a used auction dealer carries risk, the higher-priced the item the higher the risk. This is especially true for vehicle purchases. When can you do to ensure your safety when buying a motorbike on eBay? Here are the top five tips: The cheapest item you can find may not be the […]

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Specialist Honda Servicing in Leeds

Sometimes it can be hard to find… Specialist Honda Servicing in Leeds Guest Post: David Cullingford ‘Keeping on top of your service schedule with Honda is easy, especially with the Maintenance Minder system. This system lets you know when the engine oil needs changing and when the car is due for a service, starting out at […]

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 Honda Service Schedules and Maintenance Minder

Regular servicing can help to avoid costly and unforeseeable bills later down the line. To help drivers and to make sure that every Honda performs at its peak, newer models of Honda have done away with the confusing service schedule and have replaced it with an efficient and helpful system which lets you know exactly when […]

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Scarborough Gold Cup

The long awaited Steve Henshaw International Gold Cup at Oliver Mount Scarborough took place last Weekend and attending was our very own Adrian Harrison.  After his success at the TT and Southern 100 we all had our fingers crossed for more success and improvement. Adrian started the weekend with a couple of good practice sessions […]

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