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    Which motorcycle with 1500pounds or less(used)?
    I prefer street motorbikes, but those i've looked at seem to be little out of my budget..
    Help!! :woo:
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    why drive a motorcycle when u can drive a car. i hate motorcyclists. and so does everyone else who drives a car. your a joke
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    I bought my Yamaha FZR 400 for £200. A bit (lots) of work later and £600 it runs amazing, and is very fast. You just got to look at the 2nd hand market. Make sure it comes with a V5 and go and check it out with someone who knows about bikes!

    Let us know what you get....

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    (Original post by Svenssen)
    why drive a motorcycle when u can drive a car. i hate motorcyclists. and so does everyone else who drives a car. your a joke
    Cause i can't buy a decent car with that kind of money!
    And also i would have to pay more for the insurance as i would be a new driver.. so no i prefer a motorcycle that its service cost less, and you can park it wherever..

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    I bought my Yamaha FZR 400 for £200. A bit (lots) of work later and £600 it runs amazing, and is very fast. You just got to look at the 2nd hand market. Make sure it comes with a V5 and go and check it out with someone who knows about bikes!

    Let us know what you get....

    Freddie
    Yeah definitely a 2nd hand bike!!
    What do you mean by V5?.. I guess not cylinders...


    I forgot to mention that it must be as reliable as possible!!
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    (Original post by GnMvP)

    What do you mean by V5?.. I guess not cylinders...
    The V5 is the logbook in post office speak.
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    for a reliable bike, go for a tourer or sports tourer. Honda CB would be a good one...
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    Honda CBs have 4 cylinders which means many expenses.. but yeah they are a very reliable choice for sure!!
 
 
 
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