Honda quad bikes for sale in Lancashire

Filed under: — Mat on October 22, 2010

The ATV, or all-terrain vehicle, also known as the quad bike, has its origins in an outsize 6-wheeled beast called the Jiger, developed in Canada in the 1960s. The Jiger was originally intended as an amphibious ATV, though capable of coping with all sorts of terrains.

This impressive vehicle inspired more modest-sized creations, such as the three-wheeled ATVs, produced by Honda, which appeared in the James Bond film, “Diamonds are Forever”, and TV shows such as “Magnum, P.I.”.

It was not until the 1980s that the first four-wheeled ATVs began to appear on the scene, manufactured by companies such as Suzuki, Yamaha and Honda. Since the early days of the quad bike, Honda has become one of the most popular and respected quad manufacturers for work, leisure and sporting purposes.

Here at KIK Quads we specialise in selling Honda quad bikes in Lancashire and beyond. We have an impressive range of new and secondhand Honda quad bikes for sale, covering both sporting and agricultural requirements.

For example, one of the many agricultural Honda quad bikes for sale in Lancashire is the remarkable Honda TRX250TM Agricultural Quad Fourtrax 250 S 2WD. This vehicle stands out because of its particularly agile handling and enhanced rider ergonomics, making for a more comfortable ride all round.

By contrast, from the world of racing, you could also look for the Honda TRX450R Racing Quad Sportrax 450R: With its powerful liquid-cooled engine, great handling, and fully adjustable suspension, it’s really hard to beat.

Our Honda support continues in to our fully equipped ATV workshop, manned by fully qualified Honda bike technicians. Here we can offer a full on-site maintenance and repair service.

Indeed, we are delighted to provide an all-round service, from point of sale to regular check-ups for Honda quads in Lancashire. Furthermore, if you are looking for a secondhand Honda quad bike you should give us a try – we may well be able to help.

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