June 7 2012.

The June 2012 issue of Motorcycle Trader is available to read online now at:


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The hard-copy version of the magazine will be landing with subscribers this week.

This month Trader highlights three new lightweights launched by AJS, Barrus and CPI, and Alastair Walker takes a look at alternative lines of revenue for the showroom. Top motorcycle insurer Bikesure provides some handy tips for helping your customers reduce their bike premiums and new-to-the-UK Larsson UK is put under the company profile spotlight, along with instant shelters specialist Surf & Turf.

It may only be June but show season will soon be upon us and stand space is already on sale for this year's off-road fest, namely the International Dirt Bike Show. The hot news here is that Honda UK, KTM, Husaberg and Kawasaki have already signed up.

In its front cover advertisement, leading hard parts trade supplier WMD has a special launch offer on BC battery chargers, for which it is sole UK distributor, and the Volume 12, Issue 1 six-page flyer insert from BikeIt offers a selection of 2012 must-stock new products.

The packed News section includes a quick to assimilate Business & Finance overview as well as the usual news and views from home and abroad. Elsewhere in the magazine, the in-depth Business Journal covers data protection and outlines how senior members could fall foul of health and safety issues.

The industry bible Trader Directory, the only one in the UK, provides an up-to-date A-Z of companies and products, and the latest new vehicle registration statistics give a breakdown by style and engine band with a snapshot of the top performing models and manufacturers in April 2012.

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