Now’s the time to seal a deal on some free accessories for your new bike purchase
New bike deals offer stacks of great goodies
If you thought the season for receiving gifts was over, the UK’S dealerships are keeping that festive feeling alive for a little longer by offering thousands of pounds worth of free extras on selected new bikes. As an incentive to clear the decks ahead of the springtime influx of new models, as well as to entice buyers into otherwise sleepy winter showrooms, there are some excellent clothing and accessory deals to be bagged. Fancy a lightweight Akrapovic for your brand new R1, or what about a stack of factory-fitted hard luggage to get you and your GS ready for adventure? There are even some deals that promise buyers up to £2000 of clothing, kit and lifestyle products with every new bike purchase.
What’s on offer?
Riders love practical extras, which means luggage and comfort-enhancing items are at the top of many buyers’ wish lists for their new bike. Honda are capitalising on this desire by giving away a host of amazing accessory packs on some of their best-loved models. The firm’s A2 licence-friendly, supercommuter – the CB500X – is currently available with a complementary Travel Pack worth £1005. The pack consists of a 35-litre topbox, rear rack, 29-litre panniers with colour-matched covers, and a handy centrestand. With this offer the CB500X costs just £5499 on the road, or just £65 per month on PCP.
It’s not just new bike buyers who can benefit from a bit of added extra this winter, BMW dealership Lind of Norwich and Welwyn Garden City are offering buyers of any of their Approved Used range of BMWS a free System 6 EVO sports-touring helmet worth £380.
New riders get the full package
Those who are new to riding can also benefit from some brilliant all-in deals. For just £99 per month (over 47 months, after an £850 deposit) Harley-davidson dealership Bowker in Preston are offering unlicensed riders who sign up to a new Street 750 on PCP everything they need to get on the road, including full Mod 1 and 2 training worth £800, as well as Harley-davidson Valve gloves, Competition jacket and a Fulton full-face helmet worth a combined £482.11. (Bowker’s standard PCP deal for the Street 750 alone is £79 per month x 47 after a £900 deposit.)
‘It’s not just new bike buyers who can benefit from a bit of added extra’
Free Travel Pack when you buy this new Honda CB500X
New riders can get this Harley jacket thrown in