Bikes catching our eye this week

Published: 17 January 2017

Bikes for sale

There are over 14,000 bikes for sale on our site, so you're sure to find something that meets your wants and needs. These are the three bikes catching the eyes of some of our staff members this week.

Suzuki Gladius, £2,480



Seller says: "Extremely low mileage as I changed jobs and started commuting with my wife shortly after buying the bike. The bike was involved in a minor accident in September 2015, but the damaged parts were professionally repaired. In excellent condition (couple of minor boot scuffs - see photos). A very enjoyable bike that has been well looked after and will be missed!"

Liam Marsden, Web Producer says: "Yes, everybody hates the Gladius, and yes it's not quite as good as the SV650 it replaced, but it's still a really good bike that's incredibly easy and fun to ride. If you're one of the few that doesn't mind the styling (I include myself in that group), this is a bargain."


 

Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle. £7,000



Seller says: "Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle, 803cc , 2016 16 Reg, 4,004 miles, black, low mileage, manufacturers warranty. Carbon fibre tank covers. Termignoni end can fitted. £7,000."

Simon Brown, Senior Production Editor says: "Smart aftermarket carbon tank covers on this 2016 Ducati Scrambler Full Throttle lend a mean and moody look compared to the more cute yellow and black original. The previous owner has done 4000 miles, so there are still a couple of thousand to go until the next service – although that’s still something to bear in mind when negotiating with the dealer. Ignore the reference in the ad to the Termignoni exhausts having been fitted – they are standard on the Full Throttle. "


 

Honda CBR900RR Fireblade, £2,899



Seller says: "What a great fireblade. One of the very best at this price. Lots spent on the bike. Quality new discs, sports exhaust, braided lines and more. Lots and lots of history. 2 keys, just perfect. All bikes come with MOT and PDI. PX welcome. Delivery anywhere in the UK.

Ped Baker, Managing Editor says: "Old school cool. Fourth generation 'Blade with an original (and unusual) turquoise, red and orange paint scheme. Currently out of fashion but old 'Blades represent great value for money and this one looks very tidy with just 29,000 miles on the clock. "