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Moped Cheap

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Are you looking to buy a moped cheap? Then you will be aware of just how many options you have. Buying a moped means investing your time and money into buying a vehicle totally different from a car. If you have never driven a moped before, but you have driven a car, it can feel totally alien to you. The change in road position and your closeness to other vehicles can feel quite daunting at first. That’s why at Direct Bikes we recommend that you start slow. Until you are 100% sure you are ready to ride a moped, you should start slowly.

What is a moped?

A moped is a form of transport; a form of transport that most often carries a 50cc engine. While you could go higher, most 50cc plus engines are going to be more likely to be scooters or bikes. Take the time to think about that, and it might make it easier for you to understand why the moped has become such a vital tool. Mopeds are the smallest class of road legal engine that you can realistically buy in the UK.

If you wish to go on the road, then you need something in the 50cc range to make sure you can legally drive. Mopeds tend to be anything in the 50cc to 125cc range, though some strictly stop calling a device a moped at 125cc. For a scooter, though, you could easily go as high as 750cc in terms of biking power.

Why should I buy a moped?

Buying a moped is a personal choice, but at Direct Bikes we recommend you buy a moped because:

  • The price of owning a moped is very fair, as is the cost of running your moped.
  • The ease of learning on a moped is much easier than learning on a faster bike.
  • Getting to grips with a moped is easy because of the impressive handling quality.
  • You can find that mopeds arrive in all various kinds of speeds, suiting your personality.
  • You could start riding a moped from as young as age sixteen with the right license.

While many reasons exist to invest your money into a moped, we believe the above are among the soundest reasons to make your investment. It will help you to buy a moped that is going to be suited to your personal needs, and your skill level.

What is my skill level?

That’s a hard question to answer. For those who are brand new to the idea of riding a moped, we recommend starting at 50cc. 50cc mopeds are common and they come in various sizes and styles. Direct Bikes has numerous cheap moped models that you could pick from. That would help you to pick up a scooter for a fraction of the price you would normally pay for something like a car.

With prices starting at just £959, you could buy a 50cc moped without great expense. This would help you to buy a model that you know is fast enough to suit your personal needs. 50cc, for reference, should give your moped enough power to move at around 30 miles per hour of speed. It’s a big bonus for anyone who is looking to buy a bike without having to spend too much money.

Buying based on your ability

Following on from the above, if you have any kind of experience in riding a moped you might want something. While the speed cap of 30mph is great for beginners, intermediates might want something more. That’s why the ideal next step for your riding education should come from buying a 125cc scooter. You have plenty of options to look at, and we recommend that you look at every available model closely.

Every model will have its own suitability to you based on your experience. Some models are larger in size, while some are more suited to being used for sporting events and competitive riding. With a 125cc engine, you will be able to hit speeds of around 60 miles per hour. That should go a long way to making sure you can enjoy the riding experience beyond the smaller speeds that a beginner would find comfortable.

Buying a moped cheap: is it worth it?

It’s easy to convince yourself that buying something cheap means buying something with a catch. Is that the case with buying a moped? Not with Direct Bikes. Instead, you are buying a road-ready, brand new moped cheap. You are buying something that will be perfectly suited to your personal driving needs. You are buying a model that you know nobody has ever driven before.

With the help of the staff at Direct Bikes, you could make your choice much easier. Simply tell the staff what you are looking for, and they can suggest bikes that might suit your personal experience. Whether you want the 50cc or 125cc Spyder, or you want something more Retro, you will find that buying cheap is not buying badly. If you buy from a trusted vendor with a reputation, you can easily buy with total confidence. 

Don’t settle for spending too much

One thing about buying a moped is that, with enough searching around, you can find a bike easily. You simply need to know what your budget is, how fast you would like to go, and what kind of aesthetic you like. With Direct Bikes, you are bound to find a design that is going to be perfectly suited to your choice laid out above.

Always be willing to look around and view a model before making the purchase. Again, the staff at Direct Bikes are happy to help you make a choice. Just let their support team know what kind of bike you want to ride, and what kind of budget you have in mind, and you’ll find a bike that is perfectly suitable.

Don’t just settle for the first cheap moped that you see. Evaluate, look closely at each model, and pick based on its personal suitability to you. If you do that, you will be sure to get moped cheap enough that you can easily afford it. If you need any help, then reach out to the Direct Bikes team for assistance on any issue at hand.


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