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Suzuki V-Strom 650

Latest review: Purchased the first Suzuki 4 stroke GS750 after years of Hondas and was hooked. My 650 vstrom abs 2012 is without doubt the best money can buy. Its seat was a pain in the butt so found a site on the


Yamaha MT-07

Latest review: i couldn’t wait to provide my review on this little beast because Yamaha and the MT07 is just a sublime naked motorcycle in its own right. i’ve had this motorcycle for over a year and five months a


Suzuki Burgman

Latest review: I’ve burgman 200 2015: the reason I bought it:- it’s 200cc enough power for daily commute,- lower government charges (in Sydney,motorcycle less than 225cc has lower ctp n rego fees( cost you around $2


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 Boulevard M109R

Latest review: I bought mine in 2009, brand new with zero miles. I started riding and canyon and track racing back in the 80's but we moved in a area where there really weren't any canyons to ride to thought I'd


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-Z400E

Latest review: The DRZ400E is as reliable as they come. Yes, not perfect by any means but will get you there and back. All of the fixes can be found on thumper talk but there are not that many anyway. Buy a set


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


Suzuki GSX650F

Latest review: Bought this as my first bike, I didnt even knew what kind of bike I wanted, but GSXF650 gave me more than I expected, I think its one of the best choice for a beginner. Plenty of power, smoothness,


Suzuki GSX-1300R Hayabusa

Latest review: I hear it’s a good safe ride for a mature ,safe ,responsible rider I’m progressing or hope to going on a Suzuki 1200Bandit all ready hope spend 18 months or 2 years then definitely progress to a lov


Yamaha MT-09

Latest review: I have a 2018 SP model with a few extra nice bits thrown on, must say that Yamaha have got things right as usual, unbelievable engine, fantastic handling [with a couple of tweaks and some upgraded


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


Suzuki GSX-R750

Latest review: I'm recently new to riding, have ridden a Yamaha MT07 Lams (mushy suspension) and recently my brother's Aprilia RSV4RF (race bike position and performance). I did a lot of research, sat on a heap of


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


Suzuki V-Strom 1000

Latest review: I was originally planning to buy an R1200GS , but took one for a long test ride and could really not see what the journalists were on about. It just didn't do anything for me. Next plan was to try


Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere

Latest review: Looking to Replace my beautiful Black 1400GTR missile, with more Adventure focused bike with long range retirement plans afoot and co-padres already purchasing GS Adventures etc . After the GTR my


Yamaha FJR1300A

Latest review: I had/rode an ex-police XJ900 for many years and decided to upgrade. I told the salesman I was looking for a bike with/that "4 cylinders, shaft drive, set up for touring and suits a short-crap". He


Suzuki GSX-R1000

Latest review: I have a boot in both camps...Ducati and Suzuki. I was so fortunate in purchasing, by my reckoning, the finest, unmolested example of the mighty K5 Gixxer, in Australia. Utterly bog standard and


Suzuki TU250X

Latest review: It is nice to purchase a product that does exactly what it is supposed to do and with reliability. Have now owned two TU250X, the first one,a 2011 model,did 51,000km,and the second,purchased


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