Doncaster is a large market town in South Yorkshire, England. It is famous for horse racing. The Doncaster Cup, the horse race competition that was started in the year 1766, is still very popular in the country.
If you are looking to sell your motorbike in Doncaster, you could approach the many professional bike dealers located in and around Doncaster. They will make sure that you get a good deal on your bike.
If you are pressed for time, you could visit their websites, where all you have to do it upload three or four photos of your bike and fill in a few details. The dealers will get back to you with a fair price after assessing your bike.
The bikes are usually assessed by their in-house professional technicians. You may accept or reject the offer. In the case you accept their offer, they will come and collect the bike from your home, after the full amount has been settled.
Doncaster is a biker-friendly place. In 1969 and 1970, Speedway racing was held at the Doncaster Greyhound Stadium. James Toseland, the 2004 and 2007 Superbike World Champion, was born in Doncaster. He was voted as the BBC Yorkshire Sports Personality of the Year, in 2007.
Doncaster And District Motor Cycle Club – The club was established in the year 1985. It organises ride-outs and bus trips on a regular basis to classic bike shows, steam rallies, autojumbles, and so on. The yearly membership fee includes affiliation to the MAG and BMF. Upcoming events include MCN Festival on 14th and 15th May at Peterborough Showground, and the Annual Touring Holiday from 24th July till 4th August.
Barnsley Bikers Club – It is a bikers club based in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. It has members from Doncaster. Established in the year 1985, the club accepts anybody who can ride a motorbike (not underage) or has a genuine interest in bikes. The club meetings are well attended, and they are usually held every fortnight, with regular ride outs. The club has a great social atmosphere.
Biker friendly pubs and meeting places in and around Doncaster
Corner Pin – A favourite of the CAMRA fraternity, this traditional pub is close to the Transport Interchange. The place serves real ale. The place is famous for its draught beers.
Tut ‘n Shive – Styled in a traditional manner, this pub is famous for its legendary jukebox and wide range of beers. The pub has a homely charm and the service is excellent as well.
The Salutation – This is one of the oldest pubs in Doncaster. It was established in the 17th century. It is considered as Doncaster Rovers’s birthplace. It has a cosy atmosphere.
Dearne Valley Diner – It is located in the 2nd layby between Goldthorpe and Darfield. The inn features biker accommodation, meeting places, and a cafe.
Roads that are good to ride your motorcycle in and around Doncaster
Doncaster to Helmsley Loop – You can take the A1 route. It is excellent for a day’s ride out. Police presence and hazards are very less. The condition of the road is very good and the visibility is excellent. You will come across some nice scenery during the ride. The route does not contain many corners.
Doncaster to Bentley – You can take the A19 route. The distance is about 2 miles. The ride will take about 9 minutes. Not exactly a long ride, but a good place to practise your moves. You will stumble upon some good scenery as well.
Doncaster to Armthorpe – You can take the Thorne road. The distance is about 3.5 miles. The ride will take about 12 minutes.
A630 – Doncaster Road (Dalton, near Rotherham) – The direction of the camera is towards Rotherham. The speed limit is 30 mph. The speed camera is situated halfway down the hill before the steelworks turning.
A18 – Carrhouse Road (Doncaster) – The direction of the camera is not yet confirmed, however, it can point either direction on Carrhouse Road. The speed limit is 40 mph. The camera is very easy to spot.
A630 – Balby Road (Doncaster) – The camera is pointed out of town. The speed limit is 40 mph.
A638 (Doncaster) – The direction of the camera is Southbound. The speed limit is 40 mph. The speed camera is located at the petrol station so better slow down once you get near to the station.
An upcoming bike event in Doncaster is the Doncaster Classic Car and Bike Show. The show will be conducted on 3rd July, from 10 AM till 4 PM, at the Doncaster school for the deaf Leger way. About 650 to 850 classic vehicles will be displayed at the show.
There are certain things you have to take care of before putting your bike on the market for sale. Make sure it is in excellent condition. Make it as attractive as possible. Spending a little money on the bike to spruce it up will help you to get a good price.
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