Blog Category: Motorcycle
What exactly makes an adventure bike different to the other styles of bike out there? Which ones are on the market today, and what can Lexham do for you? An adventure bike is a bit of a mixture between two different styles of bikes, and they typically give you great carrying capacity but not at the expense of speed or comfort.
In this blog we're taking a look at some of the most useful accessories any new motorcycle rider should think about getting.
It’s all go at Motorcycle Live and as usual there's a right mix of stunning motorcycles and scooters on display, so much in fact you honestly don’t know where to start looking! Below I've listed a few of our highlights from the show! To see some of our best photos check out our
It’s starting to get a bit chillier now but as long as you’re sensible there’s nothing to stop you riding through winter in the UK.
Are you one of those riders who finds yourself having confrontations, near misses and near death experiences on the road on a regular basis? Have you ever considered there might be something you could do to help yourself? We'll be giving you a few common and not so common riding tips over the coming months.
There’s a clue in the title about why wearing a ‘Crash’ helmet is not only a legal requirement but is also pretty sensible.
Hopefully if you’re reading this you’re either thinking about getting on the road, or you know somebody who is interested in learning to ride.
“Fun” and “commute” are two words rarely used in the same sentence, particularly among those who drive to work.
Yamaha have confirmed new colour variations for their popular A2 offerings the YZF-R3 and MT-03! Yamaha YZF-R3 In the SuperSport category the YZF-R3 will be getting a new Race Blue design as well as Power Black, both versions looking absolutely stunning!
1: Although it’s hot (or at least it is if you’re very lucky in the UK) and the temptation to go all ‘Mediterranean’ is very appealing think carefully before you cast off those protective items.
So the British summer looks finally to be on it's way, you're going to be using your scooter more than ever (all season riders aside of course), but you want to enjoy it rather than scootering being a chore.