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Frank

Alberta

Reviewed on June 27, 2022

2.8
The best features of the Norge are torquey engine, and overall looks. The switchgear is mediocre and flimsy in quality. The electric windshield feels weak and you can’t raise it at highway speed without risking damage to its electric motor. The saddle bags are fitted with what feels like an afterthought system. The bags themselves are pretty large and good. Riding position a little cramped for very long distances, and I’m only 5’8”! Ground clearance is awful, especially on the left side. Centre stand once again appears to be mounted as an afterthought as it grounds out at moderate lean angles. Guages are almost impossible to read in sunlight, too much glare. Worst part of the bike for a sports tourer is the terrible suspension. Way too soft and way under dampened. The Norge is okay at very docile cornering. As soon as you pick up the pace a little the bike gets itself into knots, even without luggage or passenger. I once road a 1990 California 3 1000 that believe it or not handled way better. That bike had Koni rear shocks and air assist forks which I believe are stock items on the Cali 3. Overall. The Norge is just a so so effort. Basically a Breva with saddle bags.
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4.0
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3.0
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2.0
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william

Michigan

Reviewed on June 27, 2022

4.3
This is my first actual dirt bike, it runs great with one kick to start it. it is a great bike to learn on because it has good clutch controllability and not too much hp and torque, it is really fun on trails and it will pull you up pretty much anything (I have yet to find a hill that that thing can't climb up). after around a month of riding I got lower gearing so it has a bit more torque. their are many great cons to this bike. Now for the cons, when I got the bike ( if it were new then most of these wont be mentioned) it was a poorly managed and beat on bike, but despite all of that it still runs great. the rear tire was much well worn and after a half of a year of riding the clutch cable broke (it wasn't too expensive to replace). I have found that I should get a larger bike to ride because going off certain jumps with my heavy self I bottom it out (to be expected) but I have never stalled in lower rpms through corners. through sand, the bike pulls right through, snow is not a problem for it. I totally recommend it for a starter bike or a low hp dirt bike for kids or adults to rip around on,
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Mo Adam

North Carolina

Reviewed on June 24, 2022

4.8
The tenere is a under appreciated adventure touring machine. It has the reputable Yamaha reliability and a tq 1200cc engine. She turns well for such a large machine and rides straight at highway speeds without vibration. The super tenere is confidence inspiring riding two up and not intimidating.
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Chris Lougheed

California

Reviewed on June 23, 2022

5.0
I received this bike for Father’s Day from my grandson’s other grandfather. He didn’t ride anymore and he knew I’d always wanted a Harley. He called and said, “Come and pick up your Harley. Happy Father’s Day. He’d bought it new for $19995 in 2000 and ridden it just 2800 miles. He kept it garaged (an air conditioned garage). He told me to pick up a battery in the way. He hadn’t started it in a while because the battery was dead (apparently they don’t last 22 years). We dropped in the new battery and by the third crank that baby started right up. I dropped it off at an independent Harley / Chopper shop for a once over, change the 22 year old oil/tranny/primary fluids, and put on new tires. It’s like the bike had been in stasis for two decades. Runs like new.
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Larry Furgason

Georgia

Reviewed on June 23, 2022

5.0
All Led Lights Antilock Brakes Battery Lithium And Charger Chrome Adjustable Passenger Back Rest (when tour pack is removed) Chrome Cup Holders Front and Rear Chrome HD Front Fork Tie Down Attachment Chrome HD Brake/Clutch Levers Chrome HD Brake/Clutch Sump Covers Handlebars Chrome HD Digital Monitor Chrome HD Front Axel Hub Covers Chrome HD Front Fender Bottom Trim Chrome HD Front Fork Engine Air Deflector Chrome HD Front Upper Faring Vent and Windshield Trim Chrome HD Handle Bar Control Covers Loud Chrome Air Horn Chrome HD Heated Grips Chrome HD Instrument Trim Chrome HD License Plate Frame Chrome HD Rear side Cases Guards Chrome HD Shifter Linkage Chrome HD Speakers Trim Chrome Passenger Hand Hold Grip Chrome Passenger HD Foot Plates Chrome Radiator HD Cover Chrome Rear Heal Shifter Peg Rotates Back out of the way Chrome Small Luggage Rack and Bag (when tour pack is removed) Chrome Split Vision HD Mirrors Drive Off Center Stand Front Lower Fairing Pouches H HD Outside Storage Cover HD Fender and Tank Maintenance Protective Covers HD leather Heated Seat Rider and Passenger HD Bluetooth with Helmet Unit Blue Tooth Bike to Bike, CB, Phone Calls, Nav. Phone USB, Hands Free Calling HD Drivers Adjustable Back Rest HD Extra Storage Pouches Inside Tour Pack HD Hidden AM/FM Inside Front Faring HD Left and Right Leather Side Guard Storage Pouch Left With Water Bottle HD Left Side Case storage Tray HD Locking Removable Top Case Detach HD Low Antenna Mount For Tour Pack Removal HD Matching Brake Pedal, Shifter and Highway Pegs HD Navigation with Stereo Boom System HD Rear Side Cases and Tour Pack Luggage Bags HD Rear Side Cases LED Brake, Turn Signals and Running Lights HD Remote Security Lock HD Screaming Eagle Mufflers HD Short and long CB and Radio Antenna HD Tour Pack Outside Luggage Rack Travel Bag HD Windshield Pouch Led Flashing Tail and Brake Light Michelin Commander 30,000 Mile Tires Approximately 3500 Miles on Them Olin Shocks Front and Rear, Purchase and Labor approximately $3,300 Tire Pressure Monitoring Windshields 3 Matching shifter, brake and highway pegs. LED lights for Tour pack and side cases. Original seat. Original mufflers. Most of the original replaced items replaced by accessories.
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5.0
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Travis Hallam

North Dakota

Reviewed on June 23, 2022

5.0
For the money it is a great Cruiser that can be used for a Touring bike. My 2010 is actually a Kingpin Touring model so it has the feel, handling, balance and power of a Cruiser but is geared for effortless touring in 6th gear and has a very good suspension. It has so much power you almost don't use the the 5th gear, so the 6th is purely for idling down the interstate and to save some gas money on longer trips. Slightly heavier that my other Victory cruisers but you really don't notice the weight unless you are pushing it out of a slant with your legs.
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