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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

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

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.

Kymco Like 125

Latest review: 18 months old, and it has been reliable so far. The performance is quite good for the price of the bike, although not as smooth or powerful as the equivalent Yamaha. The suspension is adequate.

Kymco Agility 50

Latest review: I don't believe these bikes will do more than 65 on the flat after removing the limiter, (and that's indicated, not real), and barely more downhill. They will slow on any sort of hill. I'm 85 kg and

Kymco Agility RS 125

Latest review: First of all this is a real review from maroubra nsw. The bike is good. It's fatter than the honda varios from bali because it has wider wheels which are also smaller 12 inch compared to 14 inch

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

Kymco Super 8 50

Latest review: What a POS this thing is. I bought it, and asked the dealer to rework the clutch because it wouldn't get out of its own way. He did his best, but it still has a HORRIBLE hesitation off the line. IT

Kymco Super 8 125

Latest review: Having had a Kymco Expresso for 5 years I have now updated to the 125cc Super 8. Very happy with purchase & general performance. I find that both models have similar traits which are as follows. A