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“My first bike”

Written on: 09/07/2018 by jonahprescott (1 review written)

I have a 1993 Yamaha Virago 750 as my first bike. I am commuting to work on it everyday now and I am loving it, it stays happy and the 55mph range but I have yet to take it on the interstate. It is a beautiful bike ascetically and it is easy to control and lean into corners with. For an around town bike it is great and I am planning on keeping it for a long time, thinking about a touring bike to go along with it for those longer rides… Read Full Review

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“True is a beginner bike (this days), when the engines...”

Written on: 22/03/2010

True is a beginner bike (this days), when the engines get up to 1200.CC. or so.Best in his class. It's a factory build chopper, low geared, so you have time to look around during your ride. If you want, still get up to speed, but mainly design to enjoy "Go Wild" stile.
Little low seat, for a tall guy.
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“Ah the Yamaha Virago 535, known by some as the Vovlo...”

Written on: 27/08/2009 by DazzleRebel (3 reviews written)

Ah the Yamaha Virago 535, known by some as the Vovlo Estate of the motorcycle world. While it is no flying machine it's perfect for short commutes around town. This is thanks in part to it's low gearing, making it quite torquey for a 500 but mainly down its low centre of gravity, making balancing in heavy traffic a breeze.

You can only pick up a second hand model now and they are holding their value well. Expect to pay between £1500-£2000 for well looked after '96 model with 40k miles on… Read Full Review

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