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John

Illinois, USA

Reviewed on February 21, 2024

Motorcycle reviewed 2002 Honda Gold Wing (GL1800) view listing

5.0
Ultra reliable and comfortable. Capable of touring the continent. Literally the most popular and top rated touring machine in the industry. Perfectly balanced allowing ease of control despite its size. Runs on 87 octane fuel per Honda Motor Co.... read more
Ultra reliable and comfortable. Capable of touring the continent. Literally the most popular and top rated touring machine in the industry. Perfectly balanced allowing ease of control despite its size. Runs on 87 octane fuel per Honda Motor Co.
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Ken Frank

Ohio, USA

Reviewed on December 25, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2017 Honda CRF250R view listing

5.0
2017 Honda CRF450R is a new generation for Honda it has a kick start but electric start can be added I found if you ad a Rekluse CX clutch system to this bike it is so much more fun to ride and the Rekluse CX is almost no maintenance free, I have one for sale half the price of a new one for this bike 20 hrs o... read more
2017 Honda CRF450R is a new generation for Honda it has a kick start but electric start can be added I found if you ad a Rekluse CX clutch system to this bike it is so much more fun to ride and the Rekluse CX is almost no maintenance free, I have one for sale half the price of a new one for this bike 20 hrs on it, my add is a great price for someone looking to ride, race or just have fun.i have the 450R the description wouldn’t let me ad the right bike .
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dalton

North Carolina, USA

Reviewed on December 14, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2007 Honda ST1300 (ST1300) view listing

4.5
I have heard of the weave but never experienced it with this bike. Up to 130 with no weave (with the windshield down), however what I have experienced in the last 6 months of ownership is this. This is a heavy girl. As bike weight goes up the room for error goes down. Mixmatched tires, off tire pressures ... read more
I have heard of the weave but never experienced it with this bike. Up to 130 with no weave (with the windshield down), however what I have experienced in the last 6 months of ownership is this. This is a heavy girl. As bike weight goes up the room for error goes down. Mixmatched tires, off tire pressures and unbalanced laods can and will have a drastic effect on handling. The rear shock adjustment has a lot of travel. Going up in that travel is no biggie (I recommned as stiff as you can stand it for best handling) but going down I recommend doing it 1 or 2 clicks as it will take a little time for the shock to settle down and you could find yourself riding more of a slinky if you get happy with the adjustments. Front forks have little adjustment other than stiffer springs and oil. Stock are pretty stiff and dive is minimal even in heavy braking Handling is good and its hard to scrape the pegs. More at home going 100 on the highway but going down the twisties this beast shines more than one might expect as even hitting good sized rocks in the turns moves it very little. The weight is noticeable but not tiring. After a day on the Blue Ridge, I know i've been riding all day ride but no next day soreness or stiffness that can accompnay some bigger bikes. Motor is excellent and robust. Smooth as silk with little buzzing even at high rpms.Yes the motor whine can be drowning for some but most will be so impressed with the ride and handling it becomes one of its charms. Gas mileage is better than most bikes even with the extra 250lbs. Maintainence is fairly easy and doesnt need much compared to most. I regularly get 50 and have seen 60MPG under the right conditions. 7.5 gallon gas tank ensures you get there and since main tank is below the seat, center of gravity is low and managemble even at slow speeds though I wouldnt park on an incline with a curb without backing in. Alternator has enough amperage to add any electrical features you could want without taxing it. HP and torque ratings vary and doesnt have what some others do but way more than fast enough to send you to prison so there's that. Comfort wise, most will probably opt for the aftermarket seat. I have had to raise the stock seat all the way to keep my nuts from getting crushed against the tank. I can go for about 2 hours on the highway before having to stretch but can spend hours on the twisties at Blue Ridge and it doesnt bother me probably cause Im not in one position for very long. Shorter riders looking for a sport touring will love the low seat height as I am 5'6 and can handle this bike with ease. Panniers are great and can handle full face helmets on both sides. (good luck getting that from anyone else), Easy to lock and unlock and doesnt rewuire different keys though so integrated into the bikes looks that without them its like a turtle thats lost its rear. In conclusion: This bike does everything so well for its size with forgiving handling it could almost be described as boring but hit the twisties and she can make your butt pucker more than once. Because of its size and power there is less room for error compared to others, I would recommend getting to know this bike and the setup well before taking to its limits. Good matched tires are a must and pressures need to be checked more often. Do this, change the oil and tires as scheduled and you have a machine that will keep you satisfied whether riding to the store for groceries, touring the US or hitting the twisties at Deals Gap, this bike will be with you for a long and practically maintenance free time and with Honda reliability. You will be hard pressed to find one that can do it all better.
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Gilbert

Reviewed on November 15, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2023 Honda Gold Wing Navi XM view listing

1.0
So I dropped by the honda yamaha dealership to check out 3 bikes. A honda grom a honda monkey and a honda navi. I was excited and ready to start the process. After looking at them i settled on the navi. Once i spoke to the agent he told me that price was up of 4500 for the honda navi. On thier website it stat... read more
So I dropped by the honda yamaha dealership to check out 3 bikes. A honda grom a honda monkey and a honda navi. I was excited and ready to start the process. After looking at them i settled on the navi. Once i spoke to the agent he told me that price was up of 4500 for the honda navi. On thier website it states 1900 rounded up. I understand taxes and fees. But 4500? I told him about the website and he said yes thats msrp. Its not what we actually said it for. So then why advertise msrp if you are not going to sell for msrp. Complete false advertisement.
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dar.

Reviewed on November 14, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 1984 Honda VF750 Magna view listing

4.8
Bought this from a friend with 59,000 km on it. Didn't even want it really, just needed a bike in a hurry. Had the wrong bars on it and ran like garbage. Changed out the bars for correct ones and did a few things to improve rideability. Fell in love with it! A rocket on 2 wheels that sounds like nothing else.... read more
Bought this from a friend with 59,000 km on it. Didn't even want it really, just needed a bike in a hurry. Had the wrong bars on it and ran like garbage. Changed out the bars for correct ones and did a few things to improve rideability. Fell in love with it! A rocket on 2 wheels that sounds like nothing else. Have 109,000 km now and runs like Jack the bear. Very nimble bike, took it on many long trips with no issue even though it's 40 years old. Comfortable to a point, souple hours and 200 km and it's time to get off and gas up anyways. Silky smooth engine!
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Jeff Hoff

Reviewed on September 9, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2013 Honda CBR500R view listing

4.8
This is a great beginner and mid-level bike. It's powerful enough that you won't outgrow it quickly, but not so powerful that you can't control it. It's power curve is smooth and easily handled. I've had mine for 8 years and still love it. Only oil changes and a Battery change for maintenance (in addition ... read more
This is a great beginner and mid-level bike. It's powerful enough that you won't outgrow it quickly, but not so powerful that you can't control it. It's power curve is smooth and easily handled. I've had mine for 8 years and still love it. Only oil changes and a Battery change for maintenance (in addition to chain lubing kithed annual maintenance). Very easy bike to take care of.
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Fernando

Reviewed on August 30, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2000 Honda XR250R view listing

5.0
Excelent bike. Honda XR250R ..... I LOVE IT..23 YEARS..LIKE NEW, NEVER A PROBLEM!!! Powerfull..light...and so so beautiful in Red color. I Will never sell it...a Dirt bike for all ypur life..You Will never have a mechanical problema!! Never!!... read more
Excelent bike. Honda XR250R ..... I LOVE IT..23 YEARS..LIKE NEW, NEVER A PROBLEM!!! Powerfull..light...and so so beautiful in Red color. I Will never sell it...a Dirt bike for all ypur life..You Will never have a mechanical problema!! Never!!
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David Gusmeroli

Reviewed on July 29, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2005 Honda CBR1000RR view listing

4.0
The cbr1000rr 2005 is Fast, light, reliable, brakes are fantastic. Looks amazing, sounds amazing, you Need to be a athlete to ride one as it's damn uncomfortable. Bike takes a few seconds to start, sounds like battery is going flat, but it's normal for this year. Location: Queensland Australia (Wasn't o... read more
The cbr1000rr 2005 is Fast, light, reliable, brakes are fantastic. Looks amazing, sounds amazing, you Need to be a athlete to ride one as it's damn uncomfortable. Bike takes a few seconds to start, sounds like battery is going flat, but it's normal for this year. Location: Queensland Australia (Wasn't on list)
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Steve Jones

Reviewed on July 25, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2023 Honda Metropolitan view listing

4.8
Just picked up a New Met Saturday the people at Crofton Honda were so understanding that I was new to Scooting took time to explain everything and made sure I was comfortable with how it was going to work took home on my truck been riding every day never had sooo much Fun people smile at you ima old people re... read more
Just picked up a New Met Saturday the people at Crofton Honda were so understanding that I was new to Scooting took time to explain everything and made sure I was comfortable with how it was going to work took home on my truck been riding every day never had sooo much Fun people smile at you ima old people retired just looking for new adventures and it’s coming with my scooter took me forever really making up my mind watched all the YouTube videos so finally made up my mind an pulled the trigger haven’t looked back I’m telling you if you can get a Honda Metro you’ll love it
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Tommy Chicagoman

Reviewed on July 17, 2023

Motorcycle reviewed 2010 Honda Gold Wing Audio Comfort (GL18HPM) view listing

5.0
Best luxury touring motorcycle you can buy. Hands down! She's not cheap but you won't regret it. Guaranteed! Only front suspension could be better but Progressive or Traxxion will solve the problem. Also front fork brace is highly recommended.... read more
Best luxury touring motorcycle you can buy. Hands down! She's not cheap but you won't regret it. Guaranteed! Only front suspension could be better but Progressive or Traxxion will solve the problem. Also front fork brace is highly recommended.
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