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A guide for bikers who want to take their motorbike out in Sheffield

Do you want to sell your bike in Sheffield? Are you tired of getting the wrong valuation for your bike? Does it seem doubtful as to whether your prospective buyer is going to take care of the bike? You and your buyer should know the value of your bike thoroughly before putting a price on it if you want to do justice to the vehicle and avoid uncertain haggling over the price.

The city has itself has a rich biking history and is home to motorcycle enthusiasts and clubs who organise regular ride-outs and biking events. Sheffield also has a great selection of pubs to get together in for biker meets and Yorkshire has excellent camping potions for the more adventurous biker.

Motorcycle clubs in Sheffield

  1. Sheffield Advanced Motorcyclists – They offer you guidance in advanced motorcycling in a supportive and friendly environment. All you need is a driving license and a motorcycle that is capable of maintaining the national speed limit. You get to interact with the group of local bikers who meet every Saturday at Meadowhall Retail Park where your Observer gives you advice on riding in groups and tells you about the marking system, to make sure that you are not lost en route. They also have regular club meetings and organised rides for Green Badge holders.
  1. 125 Bikers Club – The club has been around for more than two years. It was initially setup by a group of 125cc bike newbies. The goal was to bring together as many 125cc bikers as possible for tips, chat, ride-outs, meetings and more. With more than 35 area representatives and riders of all ages, they have a wide range of monthly competitions, events and are affiliated by the British Motorcyclists Federation and Motorcycle Action Group.
  2. Curvy Riders MCC – they are the fastest growing female only motorcycle club in the United Kingdom. For an annual membership fee, you get access to all their club rides, trips, socials and events across the nation, and the services of your regional representative. You also get a British Motorcyclists Federation’s Associate membership.

Camra pub guide for biker meets

There is no substitute for authentic English ale and good ale is hard to find. If you are looking for pubs in England that serve genuine ale and cider to conduct your biker meets in, here are a few choices:

  1. Portland House – Located on Ecclesall Road in Sheffield, this wonderful micro-bar serves Welbeck ales along with guest breweries, beers and spirits from across the world. They also have artisan coffee from the Sundlaug Coffee Company, tea from Birdhouse Tea Company, Waterall Brothers pork pies and Tipple Tails Cakes. It is a great place to kick back and relax. It is easy to locate as it is right next to the bus stop.
  1. Devonshire Cat – From the look of things, this pub is going to be the place to go for all things beer related in 2016. The proprietors recently added 70 new beers to their can and bottle selections, including 9 different gluten free beers. You can talk to the host about anything from the malt base and yeast strains to the hop profile and whether or not you think the beer tastes good. The Society of Independent Brewers’ tenth annual festival will be taking place in Sheffield this year and brewers from all over the world are going to converge there. Devonshire Cat will be conducting workshops throughout the week where they will be showcasing Abbeydale beers and give an introduction to beer tasting.
  1. Dove and Rainbow – They have six handpulls and three bag-in-box Westons ciders. The permanent ales are Easy Rider and Hobgoblin, with regular appearances from Doom Bar, Trooper, Moonshine, Ghost ship, Blind witch, and Blue Bee Stout, apart from a variety of ales that appear on guest rotations. They also have regular live music and open mic/jam nights.

Why go camping with your motorcycle?

Motorcycle camping can be a fun and rewarding adventure. Riding on a motorcycle allows you to explore the landscape more intimately. With the right equipment, you get to set up base camp in a biker friendly camp site and take in the fresh outside air during the day and night. It is one of the most attractive and refreshing aspects of motorcycle riding.

Camping sites in Yorkshire

  1. High Laning Caravan and Camping Park – This park is located close to the centre of Dent, with its cobbled streets, white-washed cottages and inviting alleys with a rich history and a timeless quality. It is a secluded and level site with clean, modern facilities including laundry facilities, shower blocks, park lighting and drying cupboard, along with breath-taking views of the valleys. It is at a walking distance from shops, pubs that serve local ales, and cafes. You can visit the Village heritage Centre in Dent with a wide display of traditional artefacts, and stroll through Flintergill Outrake Natural Trail to take in England’s natural and bounteous scenic beauty. During springtime, lambs prance around in the fields while the daffodils bloom in the gardens, and in the summers, the hay meadow comes alive with all the flowers. Situated within Yorkshire Dales, it is close to Eden valley and Lake District. You can go in groups or clubs and rent a private bungalow, making it perfect for biker clubs.
  1. Squire Cafe Bar – This cafe was established in the 50s and was known to many bikers in the village as the Squires milk bar or Sherburn cafe. It relocated to a big public house at the turn of this century, with plenty of land for camping and events on the B1222, a road that is popular with the bikers. It has a rich motorcycling heritage, atmosphere and nostalgia, extensive menu, live music and famous pasties and milky coffee. Bikers are allowed to pitch their tents here, with a toilet block and a shower, hook-ups and water taps for campers. The cafe also accommodates regular motorcycle meetings throughout the year, along with other events like fund raisers, charity runs, best bike competitions, live concerts and shows. It is an ideal touring base if you want to explore the beautiful Yorkshire Countryside.
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