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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


Kawasaki KLR650

Latest review: I bought a KLR650 not very long ago and have used it a number of times but haven't travelled too far from home. I find the bike very easy to ride, easy on fuel and attractive. It turns heads. I love


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


Kawasaki Versys 650

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


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.


Kawasaki KLX250S

Latest review: Good on fuel. Easy to maintain and like any bike lots of fun to own. :) But it was always a pain to start on cold starts, my mates owned a 2006 and 2009 KLX250's, both of theirs didn't like to


Kawasaki KLX450R

Latest review: this bike for the price is an awesome machine highly recommend it to anyone wanting something other than an expensive European bike great power great handling fast bought it From Mick Muldoon Motor


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