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Yamaha V-Star XVS650A Classic

Latest review: So...I have been motorcycles since I was 13 years old....I am now 55 years old. I have owned a CBR600 F4I a Vrod and a Sportster with a 1200 CC engine. I now own and ride my 650 VStar which I bought


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


Yamaha V-Star XVS650 Custom

Latest review: Yamaha makes a good bike! I, now ride a Yamaha v-star 950. I have put over 16,500 miles on my 950 since I bought it, (August 2017). I love this bike! It's a great looking, light and stable


Yamaha TT-R230

Latest review: Chose this for my first dirt bike. I was a moderate level street rider and never had ridden on dirt, this bike made it easy and fun I loved my CRF230. The handling as you would hope from this bike is


Yamaha YZF-R15

Latest review: Perfect bike for beginners. Good engine condition until maintain the servicing and cost of reparable items are comparably low. I observed perfect engine capacity for beginners. It will rose up to 130


Yamaha WR450F

Latest review: I bought this bike 3 months ago, I wrecked pretty hard had a major concussion a broken nose and sprained neck. All the bike got out of it all was a few scratches and a mildly bent clutch leaver. I


Yamaha TMAX 530

Latest review: I have just purchased my 2017 Tmax after a test ride and it is excellent. Went for a ride around Mt Tambourine SE Qld on Saturday, just awesome on the winding roads and hills plenty of power. My


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


Yamaha WR250R

Latest review: Although it's only a 250cc, this engine packs a punch and will work its hardest to satisfy your desires. On the highway, it does vibrate and the wind can push you around, because its high off the


Yamaha MT-03

Latest review: I couldn't be happier with this bike. Sorry not sorry if the following is long and rambling. I needed a reliable commuter to get to work. My old bike (GN250) was worn out after i added 40,000km to


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 WR250F

Latest review: I recently done a few mods on my Wr250f 08, exhaust, jetting, air box and air cleaner mods, grey wire mod, the thing is now a beast, it’s more like riding a 2 stroke with the shear power increase and


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.


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


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


Yamah SR400