In order to make sure your pride and joy is tucked away safely and ready for the new riding season in spring, you’ll need to prep your bike for winter as best as you can.
For Tom Pearce, owner of a KTM 1290 Super Duke R, his worst nightmare almost became a reality. Three young thugs tried to steal his beloved bike during a motorcycle event.
Over 43% of motorcycle owners do not protect their bikes in any way. The motorcycle theft statistics, however, aren’t reassuring – bike theft is a widespread problem across the UK.
Over 800 bikes are being stolen in London every month, totaling to over 10,000 bikes stolen annually, and more than 40% of them are never recovered.
There are many steps you can take to increase the security of your bike. Which in turn, will decrease the likelihood of it being stolen – even in major UK cities.
It happens every day across UK cities, and it’s seemingly getting worse. So, why are motorcycles such an attractive target for thieves?
In March 2019, Colin* found himself facing a situation all bikers dread – “My bike has been stolen and the Police won’t help. All hope is lost.”
Doug has had a motorbike stolen and recovered twice now. That makes him both the luckiest and unluckiest rider we’ve ever encountered at Monimoto.
Taking globe-trotting to the extreme, the ‘1000 Wonders’ team have begun a 4 year journey to visit 1000 of the world’s most amazing places.
There is a thing called Advanced Riding. In simple words it is a deliberate, skillful and responsible riding technique admired by others.