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Top 10 best handling nakeds

More than 12,000 MCN readers have responded to our Biking Britain survey this year, and their combined scores on the bikes they own and love (or hate) have allowed us to put together this definitive list of your top 10 best handling naked bikes.   Find a naked bike for sale now Here are the bikes that topped your list of the sweetest handling...

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  • Posted 5 years ago (16 February 2010 16:22)

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Nov 09

Posts: 24

Morgano says:


Dito, I've just clocked the poll starts at 10 and goes down to 1. Doh!! I'd still like to know how MCN work these lists out.

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Mar 09

Posts: 49

Fz6daveg says:

FZ6 Naked

I'm glad to see me bike within the top ten. I have an 08 S2 version and i am very happy with the handling and build quality, etc. I have the Dunlop Roadsmart Tyres fitted and they can't be faulted in my opinion.

It's votes that count and i guess the bikes are here because of popularity rather than actual best handling Naked's.

My suspension is adjusted well off the standard factory settings and i can get knee down handling and right to the edge wear on my tyres.  Not even done a track day on it yet. :biggrin:

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Mar 10

Posts: 2

Banditronnie says:

Don't knock the CB1300. I bought one because I thought it was a logical progression from my 1200 Bandit, which turned me into a born again hooligan (thanks, Mr Suzuki !). The CB does everything that any self respecting naked hooley tool will do, including the Tuono, but with an air of respectability.

It certainly surprised me, especially its handling.

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