You can save a significant amount of money by buying a motorcycle used. The challenge is to determine the actual shape and value of the used motorcycle so that you can decide if its the bike for you and what a reasonable offer should be. Doing your homework on the typical listing prices of the particular make and model of motorcycle in your area and how many have been sold in the past 3 months can help in establishing the value.

Check-out the videos below on some of the things to look for and inspect on a used motorcycle before you buy it.


How to buy a motorcycle – PART 1 – Motorcycle Inspection Checklist


How to buy a motorcycle – PART 2 – Motorcycle Electrical System Inspection


How to buy a motorcycle – PART 3 – Motorcycle Chassis & Brakes Inspection