Latest review: I never rode a bike and took the motorcycle course. I purchased this bike to learn the basics and see if I really like riding. It was a blast in the streets but limited to smaller riders. I'm 5'
Latest review: If you're after a light, economical, super practical, frugal, cheap to buy, cheap to run, easy to ride, great handling, quality, Japanese scooter to get you moving around town quickly, enjoyably, and
Latest review: A great handling bike and with the Yoshimura exhaust that sheds a great deal of weight (approx 3kg), Yoshimura cherry bomb plug in EFI remap device and De-restrict, it makes awesome dial on power
Latest review: Just had it for a few weeks, it is awesome.
Commutes well, great fun in the hills, covers distance easily.
Rides like a smaller bike when you are handling and steering it.
The torque available is
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
Latest review: Started my boy off on his first bike "JR 50" 3 months ago. The bike is just awesome, always starts without hassle. I have removed the oil reservoir and pre mixing the fuel as a safety precaution (40
Latest review: The second generation Hayabusa is an incredible motorcyle that puts a tick in every box. I actually had no intentions of buying one, instead being more interested in getting a Triumph Sprint ST, but
Latest review: I brought my son a JR80 as an upgrade to a full clutch motorbike. He has had it since he was 7 (He's now 9) and has ridden it as hard as he could, It has never failed and he learned to operate a