Used guide to £2.5k nakeds
Used bike specialist Neil Murray goes hunting for fairing-free bargains
There are some great naked machines to be had for two-and-a-half grand (or less). And while weather protection might be a little lacking, there are sound reasons for picking a machine with minimal bodywork. For starters, they are easier to work on than fully-faired bikes because there are no plastics to remove. Plus they boast handsome looks and the windblast means you are less likely to get nicked for speeding.
Triumph got the recipe so right with this bike Triumph’s old-school round-eye Street Triples were massive sellers