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  1. #1
    Junior Member
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    May 2019
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    Allentown, PA
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    Hello from Allentown

    Going to pick up my 2015 ctx700n next week. A dealership near me had a great deal on new stock 2015 models. I rode a shitty 250cc scooter as my daily for a couple years so this is my first actual motorcycle. I don't know if this is the right place for this question but what would be a good way to secure the bike as I live in a not so great neighborhood?
    Thanks and hello
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    Super Moderator MJC's Avatar
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    May 2016
    Location
    Mid Hudson Valley, 60 miles N of NYC
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    Welcome from NY. I would think the best way to secure the bike would be to chain it to something, cover it, and have it in a garage. And have good insurance, making sure that you are covered for the full value of your loan or more. Sometimes book value of a bike (if it was to get taken) is lower then a loan on the bike but you can get the insurance company to up the value of the bike. I for get what they call it but the insurance company will know.
    Good luck and happy riding.

  3. #3
    Welcome Lemur. +1 on MJC comments.
    Nice bike...looks like mine.. Welcome aboard.
    Professor

    Current ride: 2015 Honda CTX700N DCT ABS
    Mods:
    Puig Universal Touring windscreen
    Custom Taylor 33 reflective rim tape
    Corbin standard seat
    Mutazu rear rack assembly
    Effem Tee closet rod mod
    Dream Apparel throw over saddle bags
    Comie top case

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