depends when your insurance is up for renewal? usually you will get stung with cancellation fee, so may be better to just let it expire naturally i dont think you need to tell them why you are cancelling. I have scrapped a bike in past, and did make the mistake of cancelling, but they didn't care that i was scrapping... just that they milked me for the extra £25 or so
a typical scenario is that you would be buying the domain and hosting together. this means you do not need to manually point your domain to a webhost. and anyone typing your domain name in a browser will be directed to your hosting server but there will be nothing on your server until you upload or install your actual website
most hosting companies will not get involved with the website itself, it is down to you to upload, maintain and manage content. they will only offer support for the hosting itself and any issues you get with email etc that run on the hosting package. although some will offer some assistance if you have some technical issues with your website
there are companies that will offer this service, but it will cost a fair bit more.
another consideration is that who owns the existing website and domain? are they willing to sell to someone else? as site is up and running it suggests someone is paying for both. if they are you then have job of migrating content and domain name over to you and your chosen hosting company, which a lot of hosting companies will help with.
it all depends on disk space and bandwidth its best to get a deal that can scale up as demand increases you could probably get some hosting for a few quid a month that will tide you over for the first 12 months as unlikely to have huge requirements initially.
nope. cant see me going back to a sports bike now... not unless i win the lottery and then i doubt would be looking at zxr6r's!
although these bikes are not aimed at our market though to be fair the 600 sports was the bike you bought when you first got your big bike licence from the youngsters i speak to, it still is the route most take