??!

Learner Approved Bikes

Go to first result

17 listings


Honda CB125E

Latest review: It is so easy to ride and it is very easy to control also its one of my favourite motor bikes. I highly suggest you try it. Very strong condition


Honda CB400

Latest review: I currently have a 1980 honda Cb400 super dream t model motorcycle. Power beyond belief especially for a bike that's almost 39 years old and still fast and driving


Suzuki DR650SE

Latest review: The DR650 is a great bike but it needs a few mods to make it an exceptional all rounder. 1 - chuck the standard seat away (the further away the better) 2 - chuck the standard muffler away (as


Honda CBR500R

Latest review: cheap bike that doesn't make mistakes but isn't brilliant at anything. your jaw wont drop with excitement and the adjustable forks on the 16+ models are a bit of a joke. over all very meh. I feel as


Honda CBR125R

Latest review: If you want a bike without all the frills that just gets you from A-B this is the one. As a LAM's approved bike this bike this is going to fall under the lower end of the spectrum in regards to


Honda NSC110 Dio

Latest review: It's so original and practical in so many ways. It has no real starter motor, it electronically starts using magnets, which makes for silent starting. The Idel stop feature is kind of interesting


Honda Today 50

Latest review: I bought a used scooter, 2013. making 35km/L, with just $5 you fill the tank. Incredible! Best scooter ever!! Don't make that crazy noise because it's 4 strokes! I'm very have with this scooter. And


Honda Lead 100

Latest review: I bought this because I assumed it would be fast enough on 80km/h roads because it has a 100cc motor. It's top speed is 75km/h and that's with a tailwind. Pretty much anything over 60km/h is a bonus


Honda CTX200

Latest review: Relatively simple maintenance. Oil dipstick in a painful location when putting oil in (1 litre), has a strainer not an oil filter. Reliable plodder, good low gearing in first for cattle, good


Suzuki DR-Z400S

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


Honda PCX 150

Latest review: Great bike with excellent storage under seat. Runs well and makes parking a breeze. My PCX is my first bike and now take it everywhere and leave the car at home. Easily gets to highway speed and is


Honda Grom

Latest review: My daughter just bought a low km example, in pretty much as new condition. I checked it right over and couldn't find a scratch on it with 3000km on the clock. It's only a 125 so a little underpowered


Honda CBR300R

Latest review: Super reliable, made by Honda - one of the best motoring companies. Smooth engine, and everything works so well. Very quick when you want to move, scary to think how much power comes out of just one


Suzuki Trojan

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.


Honda PCX 125

Latest review: Despite its narrow wheels, the road holding is actually quite good especially after the original tyres are replaced with quality brands. There is also ample storage underseat for a full face helmet


Suzuki DR-Z250

Latest review: This is oevrall an execllent bike that is perfect for someone who wants a bike to run around in but also be able to ride it offroad. Its maintenance is at 1000 km, and then every 5000 km so you don't


Honda XR190L AG

Latest review: It's a difficult bike to ride at slow speed especially in steep hill conditions no torque gravel roads doesn't have nice manners my road bike could match it open road 80klms feels the bike is being