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Top 5 most reliable sportsbikes

More than 12,000 MCN readers have responded to our Biking Britain survey this year, and your combined scores on the bikes you own and love (or hate) have allowed us to put together this definitive list of your top 5 reliable sportsbikes.          Find a reliable sportsbike for sale Here are the machines that topped your list of the most reliable sportsbikes:               5 - Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade £3565-£12,375Reliability...

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blzebub

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blzebub says:

Big H

So the Honda's are fairly reliable then taking all 5 top spots,  mind you I must agree,  I'm having all sorts of problems with the sparking on my 51 year old BSA A7 Shooting Star!!

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superbol

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superbol says:

No675 !!!

Never , they`re great arnt they ?

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nickmas

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nickmas says:

Alarmed

Any bike with a Datatool alarm system will never make it to the list!

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mattrawr

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mattrawr says:

Reliability = Honda Honda Honda! And owning a Honda I have to agree

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GixxerFixxer

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GixxerFixxer says:

Honda:

Only Honda I've ever owned for a lengthy amount of time was an NC30.

I spent more hours poking and prodding it in the garage than I did riding it...

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boybilly1967

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boybilly1967 says:

I have never owned a Honda but their reputation for reliability is legendary.

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bikerbit

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bikerbit says:

lol all honda's

have owned two honda's blackbird and a vfr800 and had nothing but trouble with both electrical problems on both so cant say I found honda reliable but heard others who swear by them but I aint one of them. Yamaha is the most reliable make I have had.

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bustedbits

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bustedbits says:

shavers?

Did someone say sewing machine?  :-DDD

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Banzai600

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Banzai600 says:

#1 an SP2?

Hardly and SP2......Sure they are thin on the ground in owners numbers terms? :blink:

Habing owned all last 3 blades in succession bar the new small 2008 onwards model. From 2003 they were all good, never had any issues.

Blade all the way, the finish on them until the new one from 2008 was pretty good.

 

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evilamnesiac

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evilamnesiac says:

Where are the exotics?

Odd how the Italian exotica the press rave so much about rarely makes an appearance on the reliability tests... which show how good the bikes are when you actually own them over a few years. I'm not surprised the SP2 is top Banzai, they are a bit rare, but a better put together motorcycle you will not find, the finish is extraordinary, a lot better than even the new VFR12, which is very nicely put together.

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