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All posts for the month April, 2014

Buying a ‘previously owned’ or ‘used’ motorcycle or scooter doesn’t necessarily mean you’re getting a ride that already has a ton of miles on it. Right now we have more than a dozen previously owned bikes with less than 1,000 miles on them in stock at SF Moto!

In January, we featured a green 2012 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R with only 155 miles, followed in February by a blue 2013 Yamaha 600 FZ6 FZ6R with only 424 miles, and in March by a red 2009 SYM Citycom 300i scooter with only 72 miles.

April’s Low Mileage Leader is a black 2011 Honda CBR250R motorcycle with ABS and only 693 miles on it! While this is the first month in 2014 that our Low Mileage Leader has more than 500 miles on it, our four month record is going strong with all Low Mileage Leaders being under 1,000 miles.

Honda CBR250R ABS San Francisco

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(1) Yamaha To Offer Electric Street Bikes by 2016 by Jensen Beeler, Asphalt & Rubber

Yamaha announced in their 2013 Annual Report that they'll be bringing two of their electric motorcycle concept bikes to market by 2016.

Yamaha announced in their 2013 Annual Report that they’ll be bringing two of their electric motorcycle concept bikes to market by 2016. Photo from Asphalt & Rubber.

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(1) Top 10 Honda Sportbikes by Tom Roderick, Motorcycles.com

Honda RC51 Motorcycle SF

The RC51 is one of the models that made Motorcycle.com’s list of Honda’s top 10 sportbikes. Check out the article to see all 10 models. Photo from SF Moto.

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(1) Gaerne Boots, Oh How I Love Thee… by Tony Bartholomew, SF Moto

Motorcycle Riding Boots San Francisco

What happens when you wear the RIGHT gear at the RIGHT time? Tony Bartholomew tells you from experience in this blog post. Photo from SF Moto.

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SF Moto Yamaha Bike

There I was, waiting for the green light on Folsom so I could make a right turn onto 5th Street in the lovely SOMA area of downtown San Francisco. Just as I started to engage the clutch and roll forward at about 3 mph, a car on my left decided to cross the intersection AND change lanes from left to right – despite it having a red light.  Continue Reading

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(1) New & Noteworthy for Spring ’14: Jackets by SF Moto

Mia loves Johnson Leathers' Women's Forcefield Cinch Motorcycle Jacket in Red (Longer).

Need a new riding jacket this spring? Check out the new and noteworthy textile and leather jackets at SF Moto! Mia is shown here sporting Johnson Leathers’ Women’s Forcefield Cinch jacket in red (longer). Photo from SF Moto.

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Matt showing off the Urge Overkill Motorcycle Jacket in Urban/Camo.

Matt showing off the Urge Overkill motorcycle jacket in Urban Camo.

 

Spring has sprung! Last week we shared this season’s stand-out helmets, and now it’s time to take a look at the latest and greatest riding jackets. We’ll be covering new and noteworthy motorcycle boots, riding shoes, and additional gear later this week. As always, nothing beats actually trying on gear yourself, so head over to SF Moto in San Francisco and check out our entire selection of riding apparel.

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