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Sell my motorbike in Macclesfield

Sell my motorbike in Macclesfield

A guide to riding your motorbike in Macclesfield

You are a resident of Macclesfield and keen to sell your bike. It is quite simple. The tricky part in such a scenario is to obtain the actual value of the bike from the proceeds of the sale. The bike’s model, and make, influences the selling price. It is a no-brainer that the best value of the bike can only be obtained by selling your ride via the trusted ‘wewantyourmotorbike.com’, and similar sites. You will get the best possible price. Do take care of all paperwork prior to selling the bike. These include MOT certificate, the vital service book and also the V5C. Do remember to gather all receipts for any kind of work done previously on your bike. Adopting an organized approach goes a long way.

A guide to riding your motorbike in Macclesfield

Bike clubs in and around Macclesfield

The Macclesfield Bikers MCC is a prominent bike club in this part of the world. It is NABD affiliated. Members of this club are expected to attend meetings held every first Sunday of any month. Such gatherings are usually held at 7:30 in the afternoon at Nags Head. Club business is discussed during such meetings.

The Macclesfield Bikers MCC are a well-established, socially oriented and friendly motorcycle club encompassing a broad range of ages and interests, including Japanese and custom bikes, along with the British engineered ones. The club has the common aim of promoting interests concerning motorcycles. This is achieved by organizing runs, social events, and rallies.  A drink and a chat are a common feature during Friday nights. The Nags Head has excellent bands playing under its roof and the proprietors give a warm welcome to motorcyclists. The club insists on safe riding and is happy to answer any queries from fellow riders.

The Poynton Motorcycle club  

Poynton Motorcycle Club members describe themselves as normal people who love to ride. It is located a little beyond Macclesfield. Members are interested in everything two wheel related and welcome every kind of ride, from the novice to the expert. Club members meet on the first Wednesday every month. The club lays emphasis on safe riding and also promotes the thrill of riding a two-wheeler, the main basis of establishing this club in the first place.

Bike clubs in and around Macclesfield

Roads that are good to ride

Macclesfield has an iconic stretch of road through which every biker worth his or her name must ride. This is about 6.83 miles long and situated in Peak District. The road has a certain reputation of its own and RAC have named this tarmac as the most dangerous road in Britain. The stretch is made much safer with a 50 mile per hour speed restriction. Bikers, after riding this stretch, will have tales of doing this run successfully. You should depart at Macclesfield end, but you should watch the road’s early section. Focus is important as the corners keep coming and they get progressively tighter. Ride to the moors and there the bends begins to open up. The low stone walls offer excellent views and provide excellent visibility for the hazards that lie ahead. This road clutches the hillside and then dives right and left prior to ending at Cat and Fiddle pub. Stop at the pub for coffee and exchange notes with the many bikers who congregate there. A note of warning, though. This road has a number of sheep wandering through it. Be careful not to have an accident with these animals.

Locations where bikers can stop

The Cat & Fiddle Inn is England’s second largest pub. It is located in central Derbyshire Dales and the High Peak between Macclesfield and Buxton. The inn is located on the Cheshire eastern borders within the Peak District National Park. It is on A537 road, a little west of the county boundary, separating Derbyshire and Cheshire. It is located at Axe Edge Moor’s western side and it situated 515 meters above sea level.

The Cat and Fiddle Road derives its name from the inn. The road is notorious around the country for its large volume of accidents. This is specifically valid for bikers who regard it as a riding challenge.

Camra pub guide

The Macclesfield branch guide has published a guide of central Macclesfield where a total of nine real ale outlets have been mentioned and listed all the 13 others. The number of known pubs include Castle, Treacle Tap, Waters Green Tavern, Jolly Sailor and Snow Goose. All these are located in close proximity to railway station. A little distance away, the Wharf, Park Tavern, Dolphin, and the Macc welcomes their clients. The Albion Pub in the city has been sold by its original owners but the vestibule half window having historical value has been stored for safe keeping. The owners hope that the window can be relocated to another Macclesfield club.

Roads that are good to ride
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