Among the most popular current trends in motorcycle sales is entry-level motorcycles. But while bikes like Honda’s own CBR250R happen to be a sizzling success, let’s say you are after something much more versatile? Possibly something which does not mind getting a little dirty every once in awhile?
I just bought a Honda CRF250L. It defies logic. I’m not a retiree looking to revisit motorcycle riding, nor am I 21, and swinging a leg over a bike for the first time. I’m 36 years old, married and, with regards to motorcycles, I would consider myself experienced. I’ve owned a slew of different bikes and though I’m not sure Honda knows who they’re marketing this bike to, I’m probably not the target market.
The Suzuki DR-Z400S is an incredibly capable motorcycle. I’ve had the chance to ride one the past few weeks and I took it on a 300 mile highway journey, a 200 mile offroad adventure, did multiple days off road, rode it around town, and commuted from Long Beach to LA (about 25 miles) on a…
Not a fan but this is another direction you can go with a dual sport.
These have been around a while and have been really proven to be reliable