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Sachs Madass 50 / 125

Sachs Madass 50 / 125 · includes 2 listings

3.0 from 18 reviews

Latest review: You may find many complaints on this bike in many forums. Is this bike terrible? My answer is: No I have ever owned this bike since I bought the first one few years ago. I then bought second and

Torino Veloce 250cc / 400cc

Torino Veloce 250cc / 400cc · includes 2 listings

5.0 from 4 reviews

Latest review: I am not the dealer or an employee. I am a bike enthusiasts who was skeptical at first. I was however given this bike and simply cannot fault it. Great value and after first service..silken riding!

Yamaha TMAX 530

Yamaha TMAX 530

5.0 from 3 reviews

Latest review: I pulled the lucky card and got the IronMax model, the one that’s way better and aggressive styling than the new techy stuff. Advantages of the limited edition included Akrapovitch exhaust which was s

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Yamaha WR250R

Yamaha WR250R

5.0 from 2 reviews

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,

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Daelim Besbi

Daelim Besbi

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: OK so it's not a Vespa, but for scooter riders who can't afford the "real thing" the Daelim Besbi does very nicely, thank you. A smooth reliable 125 engine with enough grunt to easily keep up with

Suzuki DR-Z400S

Suzuki DR-Z400S

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I researched for 12 months before I purchased my first trail bike. I was a beginner. So I read a lot and asked lots of questions on bike websites and bike dealers. I needed a bike that ticked

SYM GTS 300i

SYM GTS 300i

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Very happy with my purchase. I bought it with 4500 km on it. 2016 Model. It is really a Sports scooter and looks like a motorbike. Mine does not have a high wind shield .Handles very good and

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  • Mileage 1,000 km
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Daelim B Bone

Daelim B Bone

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Have only put just over 200 km on the clock since purchasing the bike new and what a surprise I got. It handles like a dream with plenty of grunt for a 125cc. The Korean made B-Bone has a beautiful

Jiajue Sprint Sport 50

Jiajue Sprint Sport 50

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: electric start 4 stroke, $1450 makes great value for money, ride on car licence, helmet fits under the seat, great on fuel, twist and go (no gears), spare parts are very cheap and order online from

SYM JetSportX

SYM JetSportX

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I don't know what makes a machine sporty - maybe a few stripes! apart from that I have been very satisfied with the SYM. The reason that I chose it were the height of the seat, rear disc break;

Yamaha MT-03

Yamaha MT-03

4.9 from 8 reviews

Latest review: I had my heart set on a 2019 ktm duke 390, but came home with a 2019 MT03 ex demo 2000km on clock and am so pleased I did. Having researched most naked bikes around the 300-400cc range thoroughly I

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Honda PCX 150

Honda PCX 150

4.9 from 7 reviews

Latest review: I was looking for something that easy to handle, stylish, cheap to run and reliable. I've done very thorough research and PCX150 has ticked all boxes. PCX has a fully automatic continuously variable

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Aprilia Scarabeo

Aprilia Scarabeo · includes 3 listings

4.7 from 3 reviews

Latest review: The most versatile scooter in the market for sure. Enough power to go to the M1 at 110kph and then turning off your exit for a really comfy 80kph max ride to your work. As it is does have flat floor,

Yamaha WR250F

Yamaha WR250F

4.7 from 3 reviews

Latest review: I had a WR250F for about two years, it was used for trail bike riding, I found it very reliable, power was adequate for a 250. The four stroke motor never missed a beat. Electric start was a great

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Honda CBR300R

Honda CBR300R

4.6 from 9 reviews

Latest review: I love this bike. It's punchy AF with all that low end torque. It's no speed demon by any means (it'll do 130kms/h easy as though) but I reckon it's a solid bike for 70% of riders 90% of the time. It

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Yamaha XT250

Yamaha XT250

4.6 from 5 reviews

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

Kymco Like 125

Kymco Like 125

4.5 from 6 reviews

Latest review: Fresh 2020 model just purchased, I was using Suzuki Address in another country but this comes out pretty good. Since riding it, it has grown on me. I do prefer R14 wheels, but this kymco Like125 with

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Kawasaki Versys 650

Kawasaki Versys 650

4.5 from 2 reviews

Latest review: This bike has served me well both for city commuting and trips up and down the coast, on a variety of roads and conditions. I found it to be comfortable, reliable, responsive and generally

Piaggio Zip 50 2T

Piaggio Zip 50 2T

4.4 from 9 reviews

Latest review: This little beauty is designed by Piaggio and built in China. It rises above the others in the price and engine size, 50cc, due to its Italian good looks and reliability. Scooters were first

Suzuki Trojan

Suzuki Trojan

4.4 from 5 reviews

Latest review: Had one of these in Europe. Low down torque and soft suspension makes it more road orientated. Should have a 6th gear. More trail than ag bike. Settles around 120km/hr and most comfortable around 80.

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