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Sell my motorbike in Canterbury

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A guide to riding your motorbike in Canterbury

Canterbury canals

Bike clubs in and around Bike clubs in and around Canterbury

Canterbury cathedral

Roads that are good to ride

Places to stop

A guide to riding your motorbike in Canterbury

Want to sell the bike you own at present? Selling a bike is extremely simple at Canterbury or any other part of the United Kingdom. The problem lies in not the selling process but getting the actual value of your bike from the proceeds of the sale. The amount of money you will get from the sale depends on the brand of the bike and also its particular model. It thus makes sense to sell your steed via a trusted site like ‘wewantyourmotorbike.com’, or similar websites. The best possible price is only assured that way. Do not forget to do all the paperwork prior to selling the bike. This includes MOT certificate, the extremely important service book along with the V5C. Do collate all the old receipts of the work done on the bike. The organized approach helps a long way in this regard.

 

A guide to riding your motorbike in Canterbury

Bike clubs in and around Bike clubs in and around Canterbury

The Invicta Chapter UK is located in Canterbury. It is funded by the official Maidstone Harley-Davidson dealership located in Aylesford. It was founded in September 2011. It is an active and vibrant motorcycle club which attends and organizes activities all over the UK and even the Continent. The Invicta Chapter says on its websites that the committee, the Road Captains, and the organizers are active all through the year. They plan organized rides to both local and international destinations. Member meetings are held every first Wednesday of any month.

Bike clubs in and around Bike clubs in and around Canterbury

Roads that are good to ride

Canterbury and its outskirts offer a number of excellent biker-roads.

The B2068 from Stanford to Canterbury road is a notable attraction for bikers. This stretch is colloquially known as Stone Street. Bikers experienced in this road describes the experience more than what the name suggests. The road past the Stanford turn off has quite a few bumps. The ride thus becomes a roller coaster. This experience compels the biker to ride in second gear. The good side is that these slow speeds will help to see the beautiful surrounding view.

Once this eye soothing view passes, you will navigate right-hand bends and go up and down the hills until you reach the golf course. The last one is unmissable as the hedges around the golf course are quite high. After the golf course come a woody area that has a few nice straights for approximately a mile. You must watch out for staggered crossroads after this stretch. The road then narrows a little towards Canterbury. You will ride over a bridge which goes over the A2. According to experienced bikers, the only negative part of the road is the dead badgers found dead on the road after being run over by a vehicle. You can also take a rural ride around Canterbury, Herne Bay, Faversham, and Whitstable.

The A28 from Canterbury to Ashford has a few nice twists and just the perfect amount of straights to gain speed and pass other vehicles. The road towards Ashford has a number of long straights with a number of tricky bends that continue downhill. If you ride toward Challock, there are a number of quiet sections that lies between Ashford turn and Canterbury.

Locations bikers can stop

The Crockshard Farmhouse is a big and Grade II listed house located in secluded rural surroundings. Its location is best for the visiting biker when he or she wants to see Canterbury or the Dover ferry crossings. There are a number of castles, gardens, grand homes, steam railways, beach and vineyards among other attractions. A number of restaurants and pubs are located within a short distance. You can order Full English breakfasts. Do taste the home-made bread smothered with jams.

The Kipps Hostel at Canterbury is established within a 120-year old stately townhouse. It is situated a few minutes walk away from the Canterbury Cathedral. The town center is nearby with its restaurants and pubs. The accommodation is of a wide range, from the dormitory rooms to both double and single rooms. Customer service holds up to lofty standards. Rooms are clean and well decorated. It is the ideal place to form a base from where one can explore the Kent countryside. You can easily ride to the seaside resorts like Whitstable, Margate, and Herne Bay. The Dover Castle and the Dover ferries are also a short ride away.

The Sylvan Cottage is a beautiful cottage with log fires and inglenooks beams. Other interior fittings, however, belong to the 21st century. This accommodation is ideal for riding to Canterbury or as a stop-off from the Dover, Le Shuttle, and Eurostar ferries. Guests can make full use of the laundry, kitchen, dining and lounge facilities. Rates are inclusive of vegetarian or English breakfasts and a generous organic or local buffet. Pubs are just a stroll away.

Things bikers should watch out for

Lemurs! Yes you heard us right, it was rumoured that a group of Lemurs escaped from the local zoo and now live in the wild, keep an eye out, you never know there may be a reward!

Roads that are good to ride
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