Webike Global - Get the hard-to-find Old Japanese bike parts here, also giveaway

WebikeGlobal

New Member
Good day, please allow me to introduce myself and our company.

My name is Ryan G. from Webike Global, a motorcycle custom parts and accessories online shopping site located in Yokohama, Japan. We have been in the motorcycle E-commerce business for 20 years and are the biggest motorcycle online shopping website in Japan.

We have extended our business overseas since 2010 and have many loyal customers purchasing both OEM and aftermarket parts mainly for their Japanese made bikes. We believe that having our advertisement posted here will help riders find what they need the most.

I myself had lived in California, USA for 8 years and am very familiar with what bikers need in the states. Some riders, especially custom cafe racer builders, will have trouble finding parts for older motorcycles. We are here striving to solve this problem.

Recently we are holding a special giveaway event on Instagram, for more information, you can check the link below:
https://japan.webike.net/moto_news/...way-a-total-of-30000-jpy-worth-of-gift-cards/
 

Tim

Administrator
Staff member
Welcome!

Funny thing, I just ordered some parts from Webike the other day for my wife's Suzuki TU250X. Should have them in the next couple of days. Only about a week or so from Japan.
 

WebikeGlobal

New Member
Tim,
Thanks for your purchase! I hope you will receive your package soon!
I would also like to mention that if anyone needs some parts that can't find anywhere, shoot me a DM and I will help.

We will have more giveaway and sales event coming up on Sep and Oct, so for anyone that interested, please come back and check this thread. We are taking overseas market seriously.
 
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Bama704

Been Around the Block
Agreed. I have ordered a few times from Webike and have had great results and fast shipping. Will happily order from you again.
 

Sderbyshire

Into Sailing, classic Triumph cars and motorbikes.
Tim,
Thanks for your purchase! I hope you will receive your package soon!
I would also like to mention that if anyone needs some parts that can't find anywhere, shoot me a DM and I will help.

We will have more giveaway and sales event coming up on Sep and Oct, so for anyone that interested, please come back and check this thread. We are taking overseas market seriously.
Hi, do you have any exhaust end cans for a 1976 CB55f, this is the one with the swoopy 4 into 1 headers like those on a 400Four

steve
 

WebikeGlobal

New Member
Hi, do you have any exhaust end cans for a 1976 CB55f, this is the one with the swoopy 4 into 1 headers like those on a 400Four

steve
Steve,
I searched on our website and believe you are looking for a slip-on for your 76 CB550K, right?
Currently we only have full systems. (the MAC's) I'm sorry but I had to say it's a little hard to find a slip-on for the bike.
I think there are still some "universal fit" retro-style cans out there, but it might need a custom fit.

Sorry for not being helpful.
Ryan G.
 

WebikeGlobal

New Member
Agreed. I have ordered a few times from Webike and have had great results and fast shipping. Will happily order from you again.
Thanks Bama!
Shipping is hard especially EMS is still postponed for several countries & DHL is expensive.
I hope you guys did not miss 8/19 free shipping day, but if you did, don't worry.. we will have more sales event coming up!
 

Sderbyshire

Into Sailing, classic Triumph cars and motorbikes.
Steve,
I searched on our website and believe you are looking for a slip-on for your 76 CB550K, right?
Currently we only have full systems. (the MAC's) I'm sorry but I had to say it's a little hard to find a slip-on for the bike.
I think there are still some "universal fit" retro-style cans out there, but it might need a custom fit.

Sorry for not being helpful.
Ryan G.
Thanks for the prompt reply Ryan
its a cb550F not a k
the k has four mufflers the F has just the one

i believe there is a Mac muffler available, possibly listed against the earlier cb500f ?
steve
 

Tim

Administrator
Staff member
Got my parcel a couple of days ago. One happy note for Canadians is the shipping comes via Canada Post. This greatly reduces the risk of being charged insane brokerage fees by the couriers (UPS is the worst) for importing the package into the country.

With Canada Post being the final delivery service, the worst case scenario is a $5 fee and the HST (13% in Ontario). But 90% of the time they don't bother charging either, as was the case for my Webike shipment.

Needed some fork boots for our TU250X and Webike is the only place on the planet with the original Suzuki parts at a reasonable price (less than 1/2 the cost of me buying from Suzuki here in Canada).
 

Maritime

Over 10,000 Posts
Nice to know Tim. I hate UPS/Fedex/DHL they charge way to much for brokerage that is complete BS as personal use items are 100% duty free and all we are required to pay is taxes.
 

WebikeGlobal

New Member
Nice to know Tim. I hate UPS/Fedex/DHL they charge way to much for brokerage that is complete BS as personal use items are 100% duty free and all we are required to pay is taxes.
Maritime,
I know right lol. Good thing is if you live in the States, anything under $800 are exempt from import tax iirc.
That's a huge advantage for US customers.
Ryan
 

Jimbonaut

Over 1,000 Posts
DTT SUPPORTER
Hey Ryan, welcome to DTT - I've bought stuff from you guys in the past and no doubt will again. I like the Le Mans Start photo idea - may have to dust off my dad's old racing helmet and try my luck...
 

WebikeGlobal

New Member
Hey Ryan, welcome to DTT - I've bought stuff from you guys in the past and no doubt will again. I like the Le Mans Start photo idea - may have to dust off my dad's old racing helmet and try my luck...
Jimbonaut
Hi! Personally not new to DTT though, hah! But it does feel like back home.
The Le Mans instagram thing is over, but worry not, we will have some more coming up for the Estoril 12 hours(hopefully I spelled it right).
Also, Webike's 20th anniversary is coming up Oct, *cough* you know what I mean *cough*
 

Maritime

Over 10,000 Posts
Maritime,
I know right lol. Good thing is if you live in the States, anything under $800 are exempt from import tax iirc.
That's a huge advantage for US customers.
Ryan
I live 15 mins from USA and pre-covid could ship whatever I wanted to a holding place and pay them $2-5 and pick it up then just pay tax. Sadly right now that can't be done. The guy we use had to sell his Harley to keep the lights on and hopefully not to long from now we'll be able to give him business again.
 

WebikeGlobal

New Member
I live 15 mins from USA and pre-covid could ship whatever I wanted to a holding place and pay them $2-5 and pick it up then just pay tax. Sadly right now that can't be done. The guy we use had to sell his Harley to keep the lights on and hopefully not to long from now we'll be able to give him business again.
Man, that's tough. I hope everything will eventually come back to peace!
 

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