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Sell my motorbike in Birkenhead

Sell my motorbike in Birkenhead

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A guide to riding your motorbike in Birkenhead

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Motorcycle clubs in and around Birkenhead

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Roads that are good to ride your motorcycle in and around Birkenhead

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A guide to riding your motorbike in Birkenhead

There are two ways that you can sell your bike. You can sell it privately or through a professional bike dealer. Selling your bike privately is time-consuming, and in general, exhausting. You have to be home every time a potential buyer wants to check the bike, and then take it for a test drive. You have to be wary of fraudsters. Then there is the haggling for price. You can avoid all this if you go about selling your bike through a professional bike dealer. There are professional bike dealers in Birkenhead. You can go to their website, fill up some information about your bike, and yourself, and upload a photo of your bike (remember to make your bike as attractive as possible). They will evaluate your bike, and get back to you with a price. Rest assured that a professional bike dealer will offer a fair price based on the current market value. Once you have accepted the offer, you will get your money within 24 hours. They will come to your place and collect the motorbike as well, free of charge.

Birkenhead is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral in Merseyside, England. Birkenhead is historically located in Cheshire. There are many bike-friendly roads and biker-friendly places in and around Birkenhead.

A guide to riding your motorbike in Birkenhead

Motorcycle clubs in and around Birkenhead

Following are some of the biker-friendly meeting places in and around Birkenhead.

•    Griffin Hotel – The place is very popular with bikers. Bands play live music during weekends. The place serves good food and beverages.
•    Olde Red Lion – The landlord is a biker himself. The place offers lots of off road secure parking. Bike night is on the first Tuesday of every month. You will be able to enjoy live music during bike nights.
•    Rendezvous Bar – A biker friendly place, it features weekly jam nights. Rock night is held on the last Saturday of every month. The place has a warm, and friendly atmosphere. They serve good food and drinks.
•    The Biker’s Bisto – The place is open daily. A good place to meet up for the bikers. There is ample parking space. They serve good food and drinks.

Pubs in and around Birkenhead

Following are some of the pubs in and around Birkenhead, that are biker-friendly.

•    The Cock and Pullet – Located at 100 Woodchurch road, this is one of the greatest pubs in Birkenhead. It has a pool table and 4 TVs. It features loads of different lagers on draught and 7 cask ales. The band plays till 1 am, every weekend.
•    The Swinging Arm – The pub is located at 61-63 Church Street. If you like your music loud, then this is the place to be. They have a good range of ales and ciders. The pub has a fine view over the Mersey to Liverpool. The place has a pool table and a jukebox.

Motorcycle clubs in and around Birkenhead

Roads that are good to ride your motorcycle in and around Birkenhead

Following are some of the routes in and around Birkenhead, where you can enjoy a good bike ride.

•    From Alderley Edge to Holmes Chapel – Starting from South-street towards Brown street, you can take a left onto Chelford road (B5359), and then onto Holmes Chapel road (A535), and then the first exit onto London road (The Square/A50). The distance is around 16 kilometers, and the ride will take about 19 minutes.
•    From Buxton to Congleton – Head South-West on The Crescent. Take the 68/St.John’s road (A53), and then turn right onto Macclesfield Main road (A54). The whole distance is around 28 kilometers, and the ride will take about 35 minutes.
•    From Monks Heath to Congleton – Head South on Congleton road (A34) towards Chelford road (A537), and then take the Macclesfield road (A536). Continue onto Lower Heath/National route 55 (A34), and then turn left onto Rood Hill (A54). The distance is about 13 kilometers, and the ride will take about 16 minutes.

Speed cameras

Following are some of the areas where the speed cameras are located in and around Birkenhead.

•    A41 New Chester Road (Birkenhead) – The speed limit is 30mph. The camera points to both the directions.
•    A41 (Birkenhead) – The speed limit is 30mph. The direction of the camera is Southbound.
•    Woodchurch Road (Birkenhead) – The speed limit is 30mph. The direction of the camera is away from Swan Pub.
•    Smithdown Road (Birkenhead) – The speed limit is 30mph. The direction of the camera is towards Birkenhead.

Always choose a professional bike dealer to sell your bike. The whole process will be easy, and you will get a fair deal.

Dangers other bikers should look out for: We are sorry to say that the main danger in Birkenhead for bikers are other bikers, there is a small culture of kids roaming the streets recklessly on scramblers with no care for others.

Roads that are good to ride your motorcycle in and around Birkenhead
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