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KTM DUKE 390

Light as a feather, powerful and packed with state-of-the-art technology, it guarantees undreamed of dynamic fun, whether you’re in the urban jungle or a forest of bends. 390 Duke- nowhere you will find more motorcycle per euro.

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Beta 480 RR 2019 DEMO

A 4-stroke that can give you the performance you want both at the weekend with your buddies and at the local races. We are also sure that it will not upset you in Baja races. 108.5 kg sounds heavy, but already the lightest 4-stroke Beta is 107.5 kg

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Kawasaki Versys KLZ1000

Completely revised styling package blends style, wind protection, aerodynamics and airflow management. The new twin headlamp design contributes to strong Kawasaki looks, while reflecting the Versys 1000’s abundant potential for fun, sporty riding.

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Suzuki DR650 2016

Model: Suzuki DR650SE
Year: 2016
Category: Enduro / offroad
Rating: 70.3 out of 100.

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Honda VTR250 2006

Honda’s VTR250 first appeared on Aussie roads in March of 1999, and with its light weight, light controls, low and narrow seat and sharp styling, it immediately struck a chord with learners, and more than a few commuters, too.

With its V-twin engine, lack of a fairing and tubular steel trellis frame, its lines hark back to a certain Italian model that can lay claim to founding the modern naked streetfighter niche (the Ducati Monster), and the while the VTR’s quarter-litre performance might not be in the same ball park, that’s no bad thing for the bulk of its intended audience – the entry-level market.

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Kawasaki KLX150FJFA DEMO 2018

Model: Kawasaki KLX 150
Year: 2018
Category: Super motard

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HONDA CB125E 2012

The Honda CB125E is a 125cc four-stroke commuter motorcycle, manufactured by the Honda Motor Company. It has electric start and a five-speed gearbox. The engine produces approximately 10 hp (7 kW; 10 PS).[citation needed] The bike is equipped with front disc and rear drum brakes. Electrics are 12 volt with capacitor discharge electronic ignition and the machine is electric start only.

Top speed with a single rider is approximately 100 km/h (62 mph).[citation needed] Although good for city commuting, the bike lacks power and speed to keep up with free-way speeds in Australia.

It went on sale in Australia in 2012 and became one of the most reasonably priced road bikes.

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Beta 300 RR 2019

Beta have become a force to be reckoned with in enduro. In 2017 they claimed not one but two world titles thanks to the efforts of Steve Holcombe and Brad Freeman, both on the RR 300 two-stroke.

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Triumph Daytona 675 2009

What was it that led you to a Triumph in the first place, Was it the history of our parallel twins, Our racing heritage on tarmac, dirt and oval tracks, Was it because you saw Steve McQueen or Evel Knievel ride one, Or was it simply because your Dad had one and said it was the best bike he ever had.

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Honda CB125E

The CB125e is the ultimate entry level motorcycle being LAMS approved and has a 124cc, air-cooled, single cylinder engine making it ideal for quick trips around town, runs to university or day trips to the beach.

Front disc and rear drum brakes will offer first time riders’ confidence in braking at any speed while the low, comfortable seat creates a confident riding position for riders of all proportions.

It’s a Honda and like all motorcycles in the Honda range, the CB125e is strong and dependable with easy handling and the renowned quality and durability Honda customers have come to love and expect.

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Honda CB125E

The CB125e is the ultimate entry level motorcycle being LAMS approved and has a 124cc, air-cooled, single cylinder engine making it ideal for quick trips around town, runs to university or day trips to the beach.

Front disc and rear drum brakes will offer first time riders’ confidence in braking at any speed while the low, comfortable seat creates a confident riding position for riders of all proportions.

It’s a Honda and like all motorcycles in the Honda range, the CB125e is strong and dependable with easy handling and the renowned quality and durability Honda customers have come to love and expect.

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CRF150R

The revolutionary CRF150R is the world’s first high-performance four-stroke mini racers. They feature Unicam engines, race-ready suspension and track-designed chassis for ground-breaking performance.

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Beta 300X-TRAINER 2019 RUNOUT

The X-Trainer is in a unique niche of the enduro market, making it the perfect choice for those looking for a 2-stroke bike with slightly softer power delivery while still offering excellent ride-ability and ease of use. In fact, this is a bike for enduro newcomers and those who want an off-roader that is a less demanding ride, not too heavy and still provides comfort and performance at a reasonable cost. Its light weight, low seat height and low down torque make the X-Trainer a great choice for extreme enduro competition.

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Honda CR125R

Overall this is a great package for new riders. It looks great, it rides great, and two-strokes are easier/cheaper on maintenance. This is a perfect bike for a new racer that doesn’t need much power and wants a good handling, stock bike

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Honda CB300F ABS

This lightweight and nimble-handling naked bike offers plenty of fun for beginners and experienced motorcyclists. Featuring a 300-class engine, the new CB300F carries a dash of attitude and independence along with its versatile creds. Whether you’re commuting, zipping around town or headed out for a weekend ride, its roomy ergonomics, great handling and broad powerband make every ride a blast. Thanks to its affordable price tag, adding on a few Honda Genuine Accessories is easy-a simple way to give it that extra bit of flair and make it uniquely your own.

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Kawasaki KLX110

The biggest challenge in enjoying the KLX110 or KLX110L’s amazing off-road capabilities is figuring out who’s going to ride it first – because its compact dimensions, simple-to-use features, and choice of 2 models were designed for a wide range of beginning riders aged 13 and up.

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Beta 390 RR 2019 RUNOUT

At first glance, you can tell the 390 RR-S is geared more toward off-road than on-road. The cockpit and controls are minimal and clean. All the buttons and switches you need are readily available in a nice, compact design. A Trail Tech Voyager GPS comes stock, which is a nice touch. The muffler seems smaller than some of the competition motocross bikes, and it includes a spark arrestor.

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