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Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere

Latest review: Looking to Replace my beautiful Black 1400GTR missile, with more Adventure focused bike with long range retirement plans afoot and co-padres already purchasing GS Adventures etc . After the GTR my


Yamaha WR250R

Latest review: I decided to step up from my other bike. I spent a lot of time researching 250cc bikes that were not full enduro bikes. End of the day the 250r was the best. Got it, put bark busters on, bash plate,


Yamaha XT250

Latest review: Light. nimble, fuel miser. Great if you're a short butt. Easy to handle. Forgiving, well behaved, well balanced. Doesn't have the low end torque of a Honda but more power in the top end. Smooth and


Yamaha TT-R230A

Latest review: Great bike, easy to throw around - and reach the ground! Love the electric start. Would be good to have a kick start for a backup (new ones do), although after 3 years have never had a problem with


BMW F 800 GS

Latest review: Purchased with 10,000ks loved the grunt Rotax motor..now at 40000ks still love it..have added akropovik muffler..Fuelpro mapping..plastic throttle rocker..comfort seat...easy to do 6000ks over six


BMW G 650 GS / GS Sertão

Latest review: I completely agree that the bike looks great and it carries a prestigious logo on the side. It is well balanced, had good horse power and a lot of electronic options. But when it come to use this


BMW F 800 S

Latest review: Excellent Bike. I've had plenty of bikes and scooters over the years and bought my f800s due mainly to price. I was in the market for an 800 and was looking at VFR's which I must admit to still