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Suzuki Bandit GSF 1250 - A Great All-Rounder

Advantages: Great All Round Bike, Cheap To Run And Maintain
Disadvantages: Skimped On Front Forks But Nothing Major

Introduction:- The Suzuki Bandit GSF 1250 was first released in 2007 however it wasn't until around two years ago I had the use of a Suzuki Bandit GSF 1250 by means of a courtesy bike on my insurance. Over the course of the 4 months that I had this bike ...

MrGump 19.09.2011 · Read full review
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King of the Roadliner

Advantages: Superb handling, beautiful styling, power up the yazoo
Disadvantages: Smallish gas tank; hard to wipe the stupid grin off your face, may need risers for under-6' riders

I upgraded to this 1854 cc (113 cubic inch) cruiser- touring bike from the V-Star 1100 Classic that I owned (and reviewed) previously. This is Yamaha's motorcycle engineering masterpiece. The Roadliner and Stratoliner are the same bike, except the latte ...

CaperJohnny 29.01.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Yamaha Roadliner Stratoliner XV1900A

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Fantastic machine!

Advantages: Cool, fast, refined, beautiful, fantastic to ride
Disadvantages: Cornering, loads of chrome to polish

I owned one of these for 3 months before throwing it down the road and busting myself quite badly- not so much the machine's fault, but mine for riding it like a sportsbike. It has a 2.3 litre engine, which propels 1/3 of a tonne of metal to 100 mph in a ...

Robbom 18.01.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Triumph Rocket III

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Big and Black with a meaty shaft (drive).

Advantages: Cheap, reliable, comfortable, shaft drive, economical
Disadvantages: Not that sexy, age related faults, rusting tanks, heavy, slow for engine size

It's raining. It's cold. There is a huge traffic jam on the M6 in front of me. It's about to go dark and I have 200 miles to do before I get home to a warm shower and a cuppa. Do I : a) Go and hide in the services... pretending I'm really hard for ...

peteshone 28.02.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Yamaha XJ900F

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Yamaha XJ900 Diversion

Advantages: Very reliable workhorse, Good looking, Nice ride.
Disadvantages: Can suffer from the usual rust demise.

I currently own a 1997 model and I think that it is a superb machine, It`s a naked shafty, so there`s no messing about with chains and adjustments etc, everything is easy to get at, Plugs, Carbs, Air Filter just under tank (two screws) the battery is a bi ...

Wigan-Trucker 16.09.2008 · Read full review
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