Yamaha RT100J Dirt Bike Reviews (4)
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2001-05-20 1997 Yamaha RT100J Dirt Bikes View Listings

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I have one of these and I am very pleased. It is very fast for its size and gets me where I wanna go.
- Dr. Dirtbike, USA

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2000-11-10 1997 Yamaha RT100J Dirt Bikes View Listings

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My brother is 12 and he has one of these bikes; it was a great bike...in 1968 when it first came out! It's an exact replica of a 1968 Yamaha 100 dirt bike. It has no power, the handling is terrible, and it looks very, very ugly. One thing that makes the looks so bad is how long it is. Maybe if it were a little shorter in length and a little taller in height it would look and ride better. All in all bring back a bike from the 60's was a mistake.
- Andy, Arkansas

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2000-09-12 1997 Yamaha RT100J Dirt Bikes View Listings

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I personally think that the RT 100 is a waste of money. Sure it was a great bike to learn on but in the long run it was simply a waste of money, for the price I paid over here in Australia. Its unbelievable like I said before it was a waste of money, very pore performance etc.
- XCHASER, Chaseme

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2000-04-23 1997 Yamaha RT100J Dirt Bikes View Listings

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One of the best beginner bikes out there, the RT100 is a comfortable bike to learn on with enough power to help you compete on the track and on the trail. With low compression, a child from 6 up could easily start the bike and ride, learning and experiencing power at the same time.
- Sean Chastain, Murphy, North Carolina

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