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mcrmike

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mcrmike says:

retired runabout?

I have been biking for 40 years now,coming up to retire and was thinking of getting an old Cb 250 twin to keep me on the road as a runabout, but have just discovered the sinnis max. that could be brand new on the road for less than a 10 year old honda.It will be my last bike and I'll run it to death!! just A roads and local runs.As a pensioner, I need low insurance, and miserly mpg. The question is I know the Honda inside out, but does anyone have any experience ,good or bad of the Sinnis bikes? Looks to me to be a license copy of the Suzuki CG125,has anyone experience of that to compare?

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  • Posted 3 years ago (26 July 2011 21:53)

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RoadieRoger

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RoadieRoger says:

SINNIS

Their motorcycles are based on Suzuki technology and Dealers that sell Japanese machines also stock them , so that must mean something . My Son had the Superbyke RMR 125 which was also a  Suzuki design and that was good .

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