The road is long and with many a winding turn, apparently.
But you don't care how long it is. In fact you're not even bothered if it runs out.
Whatever your trail bike, from BMW's globe-busting R1200GS Adventure off-road bikes to Yamaha's budget XT660R, you've already opened a door to a whole new world of motorcycling.
Riding home the long way through the green lanes on a midsummer's night with your mates or packing your bags for a six-month expedition across the lunar landscapes of the Western Sahara it matters not.
A dual-purpose trail bike is made for on-road and recreational off-road riding. But if you’re looking for more excitement, since its not intended for competitions, you should look at an Enduro bike.
Specifically modified and road-legal, with the addition of a horn, lights, effective silencing and a rear number plate, riders can compete over longer off and on-road courses and in events lasting between one and six days. Enduro engines are usually a single cylinder 2-stroke between 125cc and 360cc, or 4-stroke between 250 and 650cc.
You know that your bike's capabilities will get you there; the rest is down to you and your imagination.
Getting a quote for your Trail and Enduro bike insurance is easy with Bennetts (please be aware; Bennetts insure Trail and Enduro bikes for road use only). We search our panel of insurers to find you our best price for the cover you need.