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19 Feb 2020

The Ultimate Guide to ULEZ for Motorcycles

The Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in Central London was established in April 2019. If a vehicle enters the ULEZ and does not meet the required emissions standards, a £12.50 fee will be charged to the driver. Although the ULEZ affects all vehicles types, from mopeds to minibuses, this guide will help you understand the… Read more »


14 Feb 2020

10 of the Best Electric Dirt Bikes – Electric Motocross & Off Road Bikes

With sustainability currently at the forefront of everyone’s mind, you may be considering purchasing an electric bike. Without any fuel consumption, these bikes create zero emissions while still offering the same adrenaline-fuelled ride. Whether it’s a dirt, motocross, off road or trail bike, read this article to find the best electric vehicles on the market…. Read more »


10 Feb 2020

NAWA electric hybrid bike steals the show at CES 2020

When it comes to motorcycle brands, NAWA is not the first name that springs to mind, but they are one of the most forthright manufacturers in the industry. The French company recently unveiled the NAWA Racer at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, and while it’s not the first electric motorcycle on the market, the prototype… Read more »


30 Jan 2020

James Bond’s greatest motorcycling moments

With the release of the 25th James Bond film, No Time to Die, in April, Bikesure renews its license to thrill and takes a look at the marvellous motorcycling moments the series has served up. Thunderball The first use of motorcycles in the Bond films was 1965’s Thunderball. This had originally been planned as the first… Read more »

MV Agusta 2 - Mike Hailwood


27 Jan 2020

MV Agusta celebrates 75 years of magnificent motorcycles

The iconic Italian motorcycle manufacturer, MV Agusta, is celebrating 75 years of style and excellence, garnished by no less than 37 world championship wins and a host of other motorcycling honours.  The legend began when the Agusta family, pioneers of the aviation industry who were unable to continue manufacturing planes in the aftermath of World… Read more »