Street legal dirt bikes.

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Nicholas

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I might be getting a street legal dirt bike, because you can go offroad with them and take them on the street, and of course they get great gas mileage and the bikes themselves are cheap.

Do you guys have any recomendations or experience with this? I'm looking at Honda bikes.
 
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Nicholas

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My cousin is a professional rally racer who collects d.bikes and he said hondas tend to break down often. Yamaha and Kawasakis are pretty good for the price and machining.

Thats surprising, I thought Hondas were reliable, my Uncle has a Honda Civic from 852850927502 years ago and it still works!
 

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I've never found any brand (particularly Japanese car/bike manufacturers) to be consistently unreliable.

Have owned 2 Yamahas (of the regular roadgoing type) and have found them nothing short of remarkable. I have never been off-road on a modern motorcycle.

From what I've read Yamaha and Kawasaki do have the edge over Honda in terms of off-road and ease of ride.

Always been partial to MZ myself :p