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Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom

Latest review: My first love at 17 was a Z250, the feeling of owning a brand new Kawasaki and riding all day long on my birthday to show everyone I could think of my new pride and joy was the best ever. Having


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


Triumph Bonneville T100

Latest review: I have owned this bike now for 5 years so I thought I would write a line or two about it. From new... the not so good first - The performance is 'gentle' or should I say pedestrian but then it is


Kawasaki Ninja 650

Latest review: First sports bike!! Kawasaki 650L is a great learning sports bike. This bike has great handling, stand up right when maneuvering corners and track work. Bike has many options for customisation and


Triumph Thunderbird Storm

Latest review: 2018 model I've had 6 months and running well. Due to forum comments on water leaks etc, I've checked mine regularly but have had no problems at all. I do mostly long distance touring in outback WA


Triumph Thruxton

Latest review: Had 2011 triumph thruxton, bought brand new from procycles Sydney: Good points: - lower seat, - vintage cafe racer look, - engine is awesome, - comfy seat for rider n passenger, easy to ride.


Kawasaki Vulcan S

Latest review: This motorcycle is a beast of a machine in every sense of the word. With amazing torque power, how this is regarded as a LAMS approved bike is a mystery. It has all the comfort of a cruiser but


Kawasaki Versys 1000

Latest review: Whilst the bikes good overall I think it should have a disclaimer 'batteries not included' type of thing. I think 9/10 people will require an upgraded windshield. And the position of the radiator


Triumph Tiger

Latest review: I'm an Aussie living and working in Norway and bought the current model XRx last month. I have owned 3 bikes since moving here; including a sporty Aprilia and the BMW650GS (800cc). Footnote: I have


Triumph Daytona 675

Latest review: Been riding bikes 50years in a moment of madness i ended up with one , total rubbish i feel a fool, hard to sell , dropped money on the deal, glad to see it go


Triumph Rocket III Touring

Latest review: If u have own or ride a Rockett 3 u have own or rode a BIKE. POWER ON 2 WHEELS. & a really nice comfortable ride whether u are a big mother f----r or a small punch u in the face 5 times b4 u no


Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Voyager ABS

Latest review: Cruising along 45mph stalled again. 5th time. Diagnosed by factory rep at3000 miles. Repaired and returned only to stall twice in last 400 miles. WTH. I see kawasaki has had stalling problems on 1700


Kawasaki Z1000

Latest review: Had my z1000 2012 model now for 3 years. The same motor as the ZX10R but tuned for torque, this bike is an animal. I am 78 kg and thought the bike is 240kg the design means it is not heavy at all.


Triumph Speed Triple

Latest review: So I bought a 2009 fuel injectord bonneville, in the beginning I was a bit sceptical, but now I would recommend it. It a great medium to large cc motorcycle for ya everywhere go naked cruising


Kawasaki Ninja 1000

Latest review: The first review is completely accurate and objective. I just got a new black one and I'm very impressed. The running in period teaches you a bit of self control and slow, speed limit riding.


Kawasaki Z900RS Cafe

Latest review: If you have thought about buying this bike but haven't yet, then do yourself a favour and go and get it. After reading the abundant amount of positive reviews I decided to test it for myself. And,


Kawasaki KX450F

Latest review: Overall this bike is fantastic. No one will be dissapointed with the engine on this bike. It is so powerful and smooth. Simply awesome. I'm a satisfied customer 9/10. Engine - absolutely awesome.


Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R

Latest review: I updated from the fireblade. The fireblade was a great smooth predictable bike. The zx10r is very different. It has power and feels light. Ideal for shorter riders out of the sports bike range


Kawasaki KX250F

Latest review: This bike is one that i'm going to keep forever mainly because when i do my superman it is the lightest bike i literally overclear the jump every time. my mates want to buy it off me but hey i'm not


Triumph Daytona 675R

Latest review: Stepping off a litre bike onto the 675R makes for an unusual feeling, you don't get the "omg this is so fast" feeling of a big bike, but you get so much more of everything else, it's flickability


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