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Honda XR80R 2001 Reviews

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IEXR

  

Great little bike. Have been happy with it so far. Reliable. For the kids

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Jason Enger

  

Great trail bike for the kids

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dusty8474

  

This thing absolutely SPANKS mustangs. Seriously, you could stretch thing to the moon and it would still power wheelie in 5th. would rate 11 stars out of 5.

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Jairman

  

Prior experience: 

I have owned a moped, and a Chinese automatic bike (Motovox mbx11). I had also had prior experience riding my friends 1981 z50, so I had some idea of how the transmission works although it did not have a clutch.

 

Specs about me:

When I owned the bike I was approximately 5'10, 200lbs. I was to big for the bike it did sag a bit.

 

Thoughts:

Now for the actual review. This was my first manual transmission bike, it was a very forgiving bike although it threw me off due to myself letting the clutch off too fast. I do not own the bike anymore but it was actually very powerful for its size, and I was able to do some small hill climbing with it. I mainly did trail rides, and the suspension was amazing. It did bog down sometimes but shifting down a gear solved the problem. I had a trail tech vapor on it, and the fastest I recall going was 44.8mph, This was on a strait away paved road. The bike was in possible to break I dropped it so many times and even hit a tree once. Towards the end of ownership the clutch would slip a little bit but this probably happened to me tearing the clutch up because of improper use.

 

Overall:

Overall I would recommend this to a beginner who wants to learn manual transmisson.

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