For a long time Honda has had the market share in the US for Street Legal Dirt Bikes. They have made a wide range over the years from 70cc all the way to 650cc. A favorite of retiries has been the trail 90 and 110. I mention these trail scooters even though they are not as fast and exciting as most dual sports because they still qualify as such and do what they were designed for quite well.
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Although not a dual sport I have to mention the Honda CR line. They have been around a while and are aggressive dirt machines. Every once in a while you will find one that has been converted to ride legally on the street. If you ride mostly in the dirt and occasionally on the payment this would be a great combo to have.
Honda Dual Sport Bikes made their biggest impression beginning in the ’70s with their XL model. As small as 70cc all the way to 650cc these have been fairly reliable machines. A friend I know and his wife rode two from Alaska to California over 2 weeks, one was a 175 and the other was a 400. Never had a problem with either along the way.
The Honda XR replaced the XL and was a definite upgrade. My son has a XR250R that is a great machine. It has dual carbs that are a bit fussy but really preform well when they are tuned right. When in mint condition the 1984XLRs are awesome looking.
At the turn of the new century Honda started manufacturing a 4 stroke version of the CR called the CRF, made in only dirt models. However they did make a knock off of this line called CRF250L that was street legal. I don’t know much about them but they could show on eBay once in a while.
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