Which motorbike to choose for which purpose?
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Which licence to ride which motorbike?
Mandatory motorbike equipment
To ride a motorbike, a certain amount of equipment is mandatory for motorcyclists.
Motorcycle scooter helmet
The helmet is an expression of the rider's taste, philosophy of life and values. Much more than just a piece of protective equipment, different types of helmets are being offered on the market: full-face, jet, modular, crossover and replica, or off-road.
Approved and personalised number plates
Choose luxury Plexiglas number plates to show off your top-of-the-range motorbike. The advantage with these plates is their aesthetic and fine finish.
Basic equipment for motorcyclists
When choosing your gloves, you have the choice between a leather or textile model. Leather gloves are made of a noble material that ensures great flexibility.
Choose insurance packages that suit your needs
Third-party motorbike insurance is the legal minimum for any motorcyclist looking for an affordable package. This cover includes third party liability. The limitation is that this type of insurance does not cover medical expenses and vehicle repair costs in the event of an accident. The motorcyclist can choose to enrich his civil liability insurance with additional guarantees: theft, fire, vandalism, legal protection or glass breakage. These additional options increase the price of the insurance. They allow motorcyclists to enjoy a more complete protection that adapts to their needs. For better protection, opt for comprehensive motorbike insurance.
Tips for motorbike maintenance
Motorbike tyre pressure should generally be checked every two weeks. Check the condition of the tyres before going on a long journey.
Ceramic or organic brake pads are made of resin amalgamated with other components. It provides a smoother and more progressive braking action.
Get a long life and optimum performance from your motorbike by changing the fluid level from time to time.