Re: When is the best and worst times to buy a motorcycle?
The prices definitely seem to drop as the summer goes on. Fall rolls around and all of those people who think "one more summer and I'll sell it" put their bikes on the market. In the spring everyone who thinks "this is the year I finally get a bike" start shopping and drive the prices up. However this can lead to the dealers giving good deals on older bikes that have been sitting around all winter.
From your other posts you seem to have been doing a lot of buying research. That is the best thing to do because then you won't have to ask when you see a good deal. You will already know it is a good deal and will be able to act on it. If you have looked at 100 bikes and can kind of put a price with a condition in your head then you will instantly know when a great deal comes your way, and that could happen at any time, but on average what I said above holds true.
If it has wheels, I've crashed it, and some things that don't razor scooter, skate board, roller skates, roller blades, skis, snowmobile, card board box on stairs, giant inner tube, nissan sentra, dirtbike, lawn tractor (wheelied it over), grandmas bread tray on stairs, kayak, canoe, rubber raft, bicycle, wake board, kneeboard, waterskis, tobaggan (plowed a pine tree), horses, ATV's