June 2 2015.

Look out for the June 2015 issue of Motorcycle Trader, landing with the trade and industry from today.

This month; Trader provides an overview of affordable learner-legal 125 machines currently available from a selection of mid-sized manufacturers; turns the distributor spotlight on Rieju and discovers how the Spanish brand has significantly expanded its model line-up, whilst its UK-arm has successfully diversified, adding a new top-end German lubricants brand and aftermarket parts range to its portfolio; gives the low-down on Performance Parts, a firm that has a reputation for selling only the best-quality products; considers the value of online trading, questioning the reality for motorcycle businesses striving to compete in the vast virtual world; and picks the highlights from the enormous Canton Fair.

Motorcycle Trader’s News and New Products pages are packed full of interesting snippets of information and stock items for the showroom and workshop; Business Journal explains ‘crowdfunding’ and the perils of ‘passing off’ goods; columnist Mark Williams considers the fun to be had from guided motorcycle tours and laments the costly nature of modern-bike repairs, whilst Sean KerrTrader’s man in China ponders the downturn in Chinese motorcycle sales and the MCIA’s Stevie Muir outlines the Association’s new safety initiative.

If you’re looking for an importer, distributor, product or service supplier then look no further than the A-Z Trader Directory with its packed 22-pages of company listings.

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