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Really love to ride.

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Travelled 23,000miles across North and Central America on her

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Great bike!

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I'm returning to motorcycling after a long break. Did a lot of proper trials riding when I was a kid, and a 70 mile daily commute  on a DR350S for five years as a young adult. Now, in my late forties, the CRF is the ideal bike for getting back into riding...light enough for easy trails and green lanes, heavy enough for longer jaunts on the road, cheap enough to fuel and insure, plenty of upgrades available.


For the price point it's hard to beat...there are much more capable bikes out there but there's always a trade off.


I reckon the CRF represents a great compromise..a true Dual Sport model. Not as pokey as the DR, but more refined on the road. More power would be nice. Adjustable suspension would be nice.


A previous poster mentioned the build quality. I don't think it's up there with the bikes that come out of Japan, but it's a cheap bike when all's said and done. If I had the money I'd've gone for a CCM GP450, (the factory's about three miles from where I live!) but this retails for £3K more and with my current skill level I doubt I could justify it...the CRF fits the bill

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As a beginner, I have found that this bike is not overpowering, but I can still ride some technical trails. Great gas milelage, super reliable, and the only downfall is how heavy it is when you have to pick it up off the ground.

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