Spyder club tours

Spyder Club on the Scottish North Coast 500

Add comment July 29th, 2016 11:45am spyderclub

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It’s all the rage, in every magazine, but luckily, one of our members mentioned it to us last year so we had already planned the spectacular North Coast 500 as the trip to Scotland for 2016.

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We love bonnie Scotland anyway, the Highlands and the West Coast are simply stunning.  Scotland offer its guests some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, and it’s right on our doorstep.

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We started in Inverness and within 10 minutes of leaving the hotel, the roads up the east coast started entertaining us. The east coast isn’t as pretty as the west but the roads are just as good.

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Just 30 miles north of Inverness in Tain is the Glenmorangie distillery. Whilst tasting isn’t advised with a full days riding in front of you, it’s worth pulling in if nothing else and taking a short walk around the site and enjoying a guided tour.

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The ride up to the most northeast point of the UK, John O’Groats, is fantastic. The roads are very impressive, the views beautiful and the combination makes for a great introduction to the North Coast 500. Once at John O’Groats, there’s a great place to have lunch and of course you can watch all the cyclists arriving having completed the journey from Lands End, safe in the knowledge your two wheel steed needs nothing more than a twist of the wrist!

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A little before Tongue, the roads and scenery stagger you, it really is difficult to not pull over every 5th mile and start taking pictures. If you had time on your side, you’d spend just as much time taking in the vista as you do riding.

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Between John O’Groats and Tongue the roads are very enjoyable but after our overnight in Tongue, it just got better and better.  Some of the roads allow you to make great progress, nice sweeping bends that offer good vision where as other roads on the west coast are either in part or completely single track. And these are the times you are glad of the slower pace, as being able to watch the road and take in parts of the breathtaking Scottish scenery is one of the main reasons for taking the journey north.

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After Applecross we strayed from the North Coast 500 path and headed south to the Kyle of Lochalsh so we could ride the A87 to Invergarry. It’s a fine Spyder Club Favourite and shouldn’t be missed if you are close by. We ended the journey riding along the shores of Loch Ness on the A82. No monster appeared but we all had a brilliant long weekend riding the most do North Coast 500.

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Spyder Club Motorcycle Tour of the French Alps and Provence

Add comment July 27th, 2016 06:08pm spyderclub

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Okay, we may have said this before about other trips, but it’s true, honest, it’s the best riding ever!  Well, it’s definitely some of the best riding we do in Europe, unbelievably beautiful scenery, fantastic roads and of course, French food, beer and wine.

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This year we ran the trip from a hotel rather than the usual chalet.  From the moment we walked in we were made to feel at home.  The Hotel Manager at Hotel le Chalet Blanc, east of Briancon was fantastic.  Our trip was made so much better and more importantly, our guests because of the staff, thank you guys.

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As already alluded too, the Spyder Club guests enjoyed cracking roads; the Route Napoleon, Col de la Bonnette, Col du Galibier and a few others we like to keep to ourselves, unless you join us on the trip!

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It’s stunning riding that challenges the enthusiastic motorcyclist and puts a large smile upon their faces.  The amount of thumbs up, high fives and even hugs was probably a new record!

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It won’t be on the calendar in 2017 as other destinations are calling but we’ll be heading back in a few years.  Whether we use the chalet or Hotel we’ll see, both offer us exceptional accommodation.

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Normally we write about the bikes, offer a trip favourite but with a fleet as varied as a Ducati Diavel Carbon and 959 Panigale, BMW R nineT, the Ariel Ace and an MV Agusta F4 RC and Brutale 800RR, we were spoilt and everything made sense on the differing roads.

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It only leaves us to once again thank our guests for joining us for four fantastic days. Our evening meal in front of the TV watching MotoGP on the last night topped it off perfectly!

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Spyder Club at the 2016 Isle of Man TT

Add comment July 27th, 2016 06:06pm spyderclub

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We had the best weather, the fastest qualifying and the quickest ever Isle of Man TT lap, this year’s Spyder Club IoM TT guests were served up a treat!

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Over two weeks the sun shone, the racers rode, really bloody fast, and the Isle of Man was perfectly beautiful.  It’s one of the most spectacular events in the motorcycling world, in THE world!

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Our guests flew into Castletown Ronaldsway Airport to be picked-up and taken to our 5 star, self-catering houses, just off the beautiful coastline in the south of the island where an evening walk is also recommended.

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Not that walks are commonplace whilst with us, bar the ones over fences to get to the best viewing points. Guests are there to watch the fast boys and girls, we take them to some of the best places to watch the guys fly by.

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There is also riding to be done! Whilst the roads can be busy during the TT, especially race week, and the island is only so big, we make sure guests get a day’s tour of the island which includes a lap of the famous TT circuit and we also do an early morning lap of the course, just for fun!

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Whilst on the IoM we also offer anyone who complies with our terms and conditions IoM Motorcycle Hire, Island Tours and Steve Parrish TT Laps with his unique commentary of the circuit. This year, the Steve Parrish laps were sold out, we’ll be offering this service again in 2017, along with all of our other services again.

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But back to the Spyder Club IoM TT guests, we had 22 join us this year and everyone went home happy! It’s not difficult mind, we take a fantastic fleet of motorcycles and head to the beautiful Isle of Man to watch the most amazing road racers in the world hurtle around the famous 37.73 mile TT circuit at an average speed of up to 133.96 mph, what’s not to like?!

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We can’t wait to return for 2017.  If you haven’t visited the IoM during TT Practice and Race Week, what are you waiting for? Book a place on our short break fly-ride trips or enjoy Riding a Lap with Steve Parrish, alternatively just Hire a Motorcycle from us on the Isle of Man or enjoy a Tour of the Beautiful Island. See you at the TT 2017!

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We are Recruiting for a Driver and Vehicle Prep Assistant

Add comment July 11th, 2016 12:36pm spyderclub

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Driver and Vehicle Preparation Assistant

Cars on Demand (Midlands) and Spyder Motorcycles, Silverstone are looking for a flexible Driver and Vehicle Preparation Assistant.

Cars on Demand and Spyder Motorcycles are two expanding companies based at Silverstone Race Circuit and can offer the right candidate the prospect of an exciting future in the motor industry.

Duties include:

•    Motorcycle and car deliveries
•    Cleaning and preparing cars and motorcycles for hire and leasing customers.
•    Completing vehicle safety checks prior to a customer hand over.
•    Confidence with vehicle handovers.
•    Loading and unloading of motorcycles into a van (full training will be given)
•    Performing delivery duties in a safe and legal manner and therefore have a high driving standard.
•    Day to day, deliveries will be regional and national.  There will be European delivery work too.

The ideal candidate would hold a clean C1 licence and ideally a full motorcycles licence too (not essential).  The role also demands a high level of customer service and attention to detail.

Both businesses operate Monday to Friday however some weekend/after hours work may be required.

We are currently recruiting for several roles and flexible hours are available dependent upon the applicant.  If you are interested in working specifically with one of the businesses, then please apply and specify which company you would prefer.

Applications should be sent to info@spydermotorcycles.co.uk and kelly@carsondemand.co.uk

Lands End to John O’Groats on a Vespa and the National Three Peaks

2 comments May 11th, 2016 05:00pm spyderclub

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We are back, and wow, what a weekend!  Please help us raise over £3,000 an donate to Virgin Money Giving, thank you, enjoy the read!

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It was two and a half years in the planning, not because it was a particularly difficult logistics operation but because it was put off twice due to work load and a knee injury, but we finally did it!

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The plan was simple, ride a scooter from Land’s End to John O’Groats as quickly as I could whilst climbing the National Three Peaks of Snowdon, Scafell Pike and Ben Nevis on the way up, simple!

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My goals were to complete the National Three Peaks in 24 hours and get from Land’s End to John O’Groats (including the mountain climbing) in 36 hours.

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Whilst it wasn’t completed in the times I’d set myself, I did ride a Vespa GTS from Land’s End to John O’Groats and complete the National Three Peaks of Snowdon, Scafell Pike and Ben Nevis.

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My hope of finishing the National Three Peaks in 24 hours and completing the entire challenge in 36 hours weren’t realised.

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After 827 miles and 41 hours with 2 hours sleep, I was only at the bottom of Ben Nevis with the final 185 miles of riding to John O’Groats to still complete at 22.30 on Sunday night.

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A bed in Fort William made far more sense and so after 6 hours sleep I climbed back onboard the brilliant Vespa GTS and headed north once more.

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At 13.30 we reached our final goal, John O’Groats! With 1,013 miles recorded on the odometer and 21 miles of mountain climbing in my legs, I can’t be too annoyed at missing my targets.

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I got to climb the the National Three Peaks in near perfect conditions and for the majority, ride the fantastic Vespa on some of the UK’s best riding roads under sunny skies.

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And the Vespa was truly brilliant!  I loved every minute of riding it and in many conditions and road types.

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The Vespa tackled the superb roads of Wales, the Hardknott and Wrynose passes in the Lakes, the roads from Glasgow to John O’Groats, along the shores of Loch Lomond and Ness, across Glencoe and the beautiful east coast of Scotland, and it didn’t miss a beat! It was truly brilliant and I loved it!!

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But also it hammered up motorways at 70 mph with no stress.  Okay, there’s not a screen to hide behind but my legs and feet enjoyed the wind break of the front of the bike and there’s plenty of room to get comfortable and not spend hour after hour in the same position.

 

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It also dealt with wet weather superbly.  Setting off from Land’s End, all the way up to Exeter it rained on Saturday morning and the Vespa GTS never felt unstable in the dodgy conditions, and I wasn’t hanging around!

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Again the heavens opened after climbing onboard the GTS after completing Snowdon.  It was dark, the route was cross country from Pen y Pass to Chester and again, the Vespa never once felt unsettled on the wet, unknown tarmac.

 

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The one complaint I have is that other bikes very rarely waved as I sped past!  Until I held off four ZZR1400’s for mile after mile after mile!  They kept a respectable distance until there was the appropriate straight they could use to come by.

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But through the corners, they showed no signs of being held up and indeed, a few miles later, having stopped for fuel and lunch, I saw them again and got a big wave from the three guys and girl out for their Saturday ride, respect at last!

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And therefore, to all the bikers who didn’t wave, you should do, because the little GTS certainly showed a lot of you big bikers up. You may have got past me on the straights, but you disappeared into the distance through the proper stuff.

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My ride wasn’t a huge challenge in comparison to others who set themselves unbelievable tasks but it was bloody hard work nonetheless!

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It was something I wished to do to remember my mum who died nearly 11 years ago at Thorpe Hall Hospice, Peterborough after a very brave battle with cancer.

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Over a period of 18 months, I saw her cry 3 or 4 times.  Her strength in the worst possible situation was incredible, her commitment to her family ever present and always inspiring her to fight on.

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And therefore the weekend’s challenge was a doddle in comparison to her challenge and we’re very proud to have raised money for Sue Ryder Hospice that did so much for our family and so many others like it.

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The National Three Peaks are great to do, a challenge many were taking part in during the weekend.

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Climbing the three biggest mountains in England, Scotland and Wales within 24 hours is hard work.

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Sadly I didn’t complete it in 24 hours, it took me 29 hours, but then I did do the riding between them myself and had also riding a total of 828 miles during 41 hours!

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I also realised that doing Ben Nevis last was a mistake.  It’s a hell of a lot bigger than the other two and holy cow, didn’t it feel it!

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With legs on fire we were almost there!  185 miles were completed on Monday morning, a day later than I’d hoped, but the end was in sight!

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And so I finally arrived at John O’Groats, two and a half years after starting to plan it.  I had the last few miles on the scooter chatting to my mum and laid flowers at the bottom of the John O’Groats signpost to remember all mums, but one so more than others!

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Thank you to Vespa and Piaggio Official for lending me the right tool for the job, I had a blast! And a huge thank you to my wife Lizzi and cousin Christopher for coming along for the ride. Their support was essential and company perfect.

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Finally, thank you to everyone who sponsored me, we raised nearly £3,000 for Riders for Health and Thorpe Hall Hospice, Peterborough, Sue Ryder.  You can still donate at Virgin Money Giving, please help us raise over £3,000.

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Now, what can we do next!?

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Short-Term Motorcycle Leasing, Long Term Motorbike Hire

Add comment April 11th, 2016 02:29pm spyderclub

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Not everyone can justify having a motorcycle all year round.  Whether it’s family commitments, work or you just don’t want something in the garage taking up space for half the year, motorcycle ownership isn’t for everyone.

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And that’s why Spyder Motorcycles has created its short-term motorcycle leasing service!  It allows those who have a dormant motorbike licence to start using it again on a part-time basis.  Spyder Motorcycles can provide you with the bike, insurance and for those who need it, a back to riding course with our partner Progressive Road Skills.

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It’s as simple as that, get in touch with Spyder Motorcycles, discuss the bikes available, fill in a quick insurance form, sign terms and away you go!  If you are one of the many motorcycle licence holders currently watching us lot on two wheels with envy, start leasing a motorbike through Spyder Motorcycles and feel the freedom once again.

Spyder Motorcycles Short-Term Motorcycle Leasing, have a bike in your garage when you want it, and not when you don’t!

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Spyder Club Season Starter in Southern Spain

Add comment March 24th, 2016 02:21pm spyderclub

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The 7th annual Season Starter trips in southern Spain are already over and we are back in the UK, but the memories are still very much alive!  Every year we head to the glorious roads of Andalucia with a fleet of motorcycles and offer our guests four days of stunning riding, this year was no different.

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With bikes including the unique Ariel Ace, brand new Ducati Monster 1200R and 959 Panigale, the crazy MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR, a Spyder Club favourite in the Ducati Diavel Carbon and a bike all our members rave about, the KTM Super Duke R.

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With two groups joining us, it is never long before guests start discussing the bike of the trip, and this year was no different.  By day two, guests had ridden most bikes and two were rising above the rest.  However there were plenty of other praised motorcycles!

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The MV Agusta Brutale 800 is a cracking motorcycle, regardless, a few days prior to leaving for Spain we upgraded it for the more powerful and better specced RR.  There are minimal gains over the standard bike but that’s not why you have the RR.  Over twisty mountain roads, there is seldom any more power required than that of a Street Triple R, but the MV sounds, looks and rides with that little bit more, something, flair!

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The MV is frantic, mental, frenzied, all in a good way that allows you to ride hard and enjoy it, brilliant!  The Diavel is no different!!  It’s the second trip our current Ducati Diavel Carbon has been on and both sets of guests loved it.

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It stands out because it does what so many don’t believe it can.  It corners impeccably and that fat rear tyre means you can stand it up and fire it out of corners with confidence.  The acceleration and stopping power are outstanding, it’s comfortable, and at Spyder Club, everyone loves it, the purchases after members have ridden it prove that!

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We also took the unique Ariel Ace, with power and reliability coming from a 1200 V4 Honda engine and a 70 hour build process creating the stunning aluminium frame, we were all looking forward to riding it.  It’s a very good bike, there are things that initially put you off but spend real time on it and you understand its attractions and abilities.  The Honda power plant makes it responsive and predictable, the front end is stable and feels good into a bend, however I’d like more familiar tyres on it to push it harder.

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The Ariel did divide opinion but, those who rode it briefly weren’t convinced however those who rode it for longer periods, found it got a lot better, it really is a bike you need to spend time on before you spend your money!  Not like the Ducati 959 Panigale, wow!

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A Spyder Club member who joins us on the most fly-ride motorcycle trips put it perfectly, it’s a supermodel that works!!  What does that mean?  Not only does it look beautiful and does exactly what it should!  And it bloody well does!  The 899 is, was my favourite sports bike, enough power to scare the crap out of you but handling to cope with it and make you feel like a MotoGP legend.

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The 1299 was equally as good but for me, I’m not talented enough to be able to use 200 bhp, 150 is still more than I need.  But the 959 Panigale, yes the bigger exhaust to some makes it look less appealing, is just so much better.  How, no idea, but it is!

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Immediately it felt right, perfect, the engine is a gem, smooth but still retaining the character we love from Bologna.  On fast sweepers, bumpy back roads and twisting mountain passes it just performed without fault, never feeling anything other than confidence inspiring.

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You look at where you want to go and it goes!  Open the throttle and it pulls beautifully, I love it, the only issue for me, it’s a sports bike and I like to be upright, getting older!  On to the Monster and Super Duke!

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Sadly, and again, I missed out on riding the KTM Super Duke R, well I am just the tour guide!  Despite owning the bikes, the guests ride them and if we get a go, brilliant!  And I did ride the Ducati Monster 1200 R, the first to do so and up the Ronda road, welcome to motorcycling heaven!

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As we arrived at the usual lunch stop just outside of Ronda and at the top of the famous A-397, I couldn’t stop the praising, ‘oh my God, that is the best bike, ever,’ said the 5 year old me!!  It’s perfection in red.  I loved the standard and S model Monsters but this is just so much better.  Why?  Everything, the smooth engine, the V-twin noise and character, the breathtaking handling equal to the 959, pinpoint sharp, look and go, corner to corner.  At 160 bhp, it flies too, big wide bars make it comfortable and mean you can turn quickly.  I love it, love it, love it!

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Prior to the Monster, the KTM 1190 Adventure and 2015 Ducati Multistrada were the bikes I’d have had if I could only have one, not anymore, Monster, Monster, Monster, 1200 R!

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And the guys agreed, well until they rode the KTM Super Duke R.  It’s the same story, the same praise was given to the orange machine as the Monster and in the end, after many guests rode the two bikes back to back, it was individual preference but always with the understanding that choosing between them was like splitting hairs.  I didn’t, as said, ride the KTM Super Duke R so I can’t offer an opinion but our guests fell for both.  The Monster and Super Duke are both incredible machines, faultless, and the majority of our guests have ridden a lot of motorcycles to be able to make their statements!  Spyder Club has now run over 150 different machines in our 8 years of existence, our members therefore get to ride many of the latest motorcycles.

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Each year we take a new fleet to southern Spain and this year was no different.  Next year we’ll do it all over again, we’ll have details online very soon, a few new routes to include, so if you want to start your 2017 season in style, let us know!

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Finally thank you to Ducati UK, KTM UK, Bennetts Motorcycles and Ariel for your help as ever, and most importantly to all our guests, new and faithful, we really appreciate you joining us in Andalucia and look forward to seeing you all again very soon.

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A New Motorcycle Every Year, During the Summer Months

Add comment February 3rd, 2016 11:35am spyderclub

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Fancy a new motorcycle every year? Even better, a new motorcycle in your garage just for the time you wish to ride it? You are not alone!

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There’s a growing number of discerning motorbike enthusiasts who see motorcycle hire as a better option than that of ownership.  However renting a motorbike means it’s not always there when the sun is shining, welcome to the unique world of Spyder Leasing!

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Spyder Leasing offers a short-term motorcycle leasing service which currently provides customers with between 1 and 3 month terms.  For 2017 this will be extended to either 6 or 9 months depending on demand.

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With insurance either dealt with by the customer or purchased from Spyder Leasing, the bike is then yours for the duration of the term and simply handed back at the end of it, with no further commitment.

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With a number of new bikes available by preorder from BMW, Ducati, KTM and Triumph, plus the option to lease a second hand motorcycle offering even better value, Spyder Leasing is a no hassle, cost effective solution to temporary motorcycle ownership.  It makes a lot of sense to so many who can’t justify having a bike in the garage doing nothing over winter.

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Whether using the leasing service to properly test ride your next purchase, or making the daily commute more time efficient, or just the convenience of having a bike when you want it and not when you don’t, Spyder Leasing, short-term motorcycle leasing can work for you!  For further information call 0845 2000 868 or email info@spydermotorcycle.co.uk.

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Isle of Man TT Motorcycle Hire

Add comment January 31st, 2016 07:34pm spyderclub

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Not long now and we’ll be back on the Isle of Man for the world class Tourist Trophy, the IoM TT!

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This year we’ll be taking another selection of motorcycles from the Spyder Hire fleet to rent to those flying in.

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In 2015 we had many very satisfied motorcycle rental customers on Isle of Man, and lots of different motorcycles to choose from.

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This year we will again be taking Ducati, BMW, MV Agusta, KTM and Triumph machinery.

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We will also have RST motorcycle clothing and AGV helmets to hire.

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If you’d like Further Information, or to book, Please Get In Touch.

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The Ariel Ace is Coming to Spain

Add comment January 26th, 2016 01:13pm spyderclub

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Confirmed today, the Spyder Club Ariel Ace will be exhibited on our stand at the MCN London Motorcycle Show and then a few weeks later, head to the brilliant roads of Andalucia in southern Spain.

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It’s a bike that has had huge acclaim from the journalists and one Spyder Club members cannot wait to ride!  If you are considering Joining Spyder Club do it now or join us on our Season Starter in Spain, there a 10% reduction on new member rates and non-member trip fees until the 31st January.

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