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Hello

So I narrowed down my local classifieds for what I think are the best bikes for me, a beginner rider who is pretty small

 

2000 KX100$1200---->>>>>> http://www.kijiji.ca/v-dirt-bikes-motocross/city-of-toronto/2000-kawasaki-kx-100/594972683?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

 

1981 CR125 $1500-------->>>>>>> http://www.kijiji.ca/v-dirt-bikes-motocross/oakville-halton-region/honda-cr125-r-elsinore-2-stroke-dirtbike-6-speed/600542862?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

 

2001 CR80 $1400------->>>>>>>http://www.kijiji.ca/v-dirt-bikes-motocross/mississauga-peel-region/2001-honda-cr-80/599436031?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

 

 

Please tell me what bike you think is best

 

Thanks in advance,

John

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I'd keep looking for a newer 85 or 100. I don't know about where you are, but in Maine you can find some nice mini bikes for 1000-1200. I bought my old 06 kx100 in very good shape for 1100.

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Thank you very much. I am in Ontario and bikes are pretty expensive. I guess I'll keep looking for a kx100 or cr85.should. But all these bikes are $1500 and up.

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I narrowed down my choices

 

I can get this CR80 with rebuilt suspension/top/bottom for $1350

http://www.kijiji.ca/v-dirt-bikes-motocross/mississauga-peel-region/2001-honda-cr-80/599436031?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

 

 

 

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This 2003 CR85 for $1000 but doesn't look to have much done to it

http://www.kijiji.ca/v-dirt-bikes-motocross/owen-sound/2003-cr85r-need-gone-fast/585520814

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This 2003 CR85 for $1000 but doesn't look to have much done to it

http://www.kijiji.ca/v-dirt-bikes-motocross/owen-sound/2003-cr85r-need-gone-fast/585520814

...which is exactly what you want. With few exceptions, lots of aftermarket parts equal lots of hours. And on even a perfectly repaired and maintained bike (which most are far from) lots of hours equal lots of breakdowns. Stick with low hour, original bike rather than a modded one. You'll get to ride more.

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Thank you very much! Will try to contact the guy. Lives almost 2 hours away from me.

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