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Poll: How many bikes have you owned?

Over your biking career so far, how many bikes have you owned? pollcomment

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Nov 07

Posts: 180

bird1050 says:

Honda ss 50

Yamaha RD200 torque induction

Honda RS250

Suzuki TS250

Suzuki GS1000E

Matchless G2 250

Honda CB 550 F1

Yamaha TDM850

Yamaha 100

Beta  Alp 200

Triumph 955i speed triple

Triumph 1050 speed triple

Triumph Tiger 1050

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Oct 11

Posts: 1

reggieplate says:

Bikes owned

Since taking up biking in 1971 I've owned the following bikes: James Captain, Ducati 160 Monza Junior, Suzuki T350 Rebel, Honda CB500 Four, Suzuki GT550M, Honda CB750K6, Honda CB750F1, Honda GL1000 Goldwing x 2, Honda CB750F2, Honda CB750KZ, Yamaha XT250, Honda CB750F2 DOHC, Yamaha RD250, Yamaha XS1100 Martini, Kawasaki Z250E, CB900F, CBR1000FM, BMW R80RT, BMW R100RT x 2, BMW K100, BMW K100RS, Yamaha XJ650, Honda CB400 Superdream, Yamaha RD400E, Kawasaki Z650F4, Kawasaki Z650, Suzuki GSXR750FM, Suzuki Hayabusa K2, 2005 Triumph Thruxton. I think that's it. Got 3 in the garage at the moment. It's a drug.

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Mar 10

Posts: 100

jahagon says:

3 years, 3 bikes. Started at 16 years old. Aprilia SR50R (06) Aprilia RS125 (08) Moto Guzzi California 1100 (97)

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Nov 10

Posts: 183

Ovski says:

so far

Kawasaki KH 125 (mate snapped the kickstart)

Honda CG 125 (utterly fantastic learner/commuter bike)

Yamaha Divvy 600 (first big bike - did the job but heavy and under powered as restricted to 33bhp)

Kawasaki ZXR400 (first restricted to 33bhp then full power - great fun but far too small for my lanky 6ft frame)

Suzuki GSXR 750 (loved every second on it - only sold as laid up for 2years after op.)

Honda FX650 (lightweight upright bike after near enough 2 years of not riding after op - absolute pile of crap, leave well alone)

Honda VTR Firestorm (stunningly well looked after, V-Twin torque was amazing but 70mile tank range was not!)

Honda CBR900rr Fireblade - only had for 3 weeks and cant get enough of it. Blisteringly quick, agonisingly beautiful in yellow/blue and I get butterflies just thinking about riding it.


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Mar 12

Posts: 42

Shaun25 says:


Just 3 at the moment, only been riding 14 months so far.


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Jan 11

Posts: 8058

snev says:

my list

Honda SS50, Suzuki zr50 X1,Suzuki GSX250, Suzuki Gs850G, Honda CB250N SuperDream ,Yamaha Fj1200, Yamaha FZR1000, Honda CBR1000, Honda CBR1000F, Honda CBR1100xxx Blackbird, Kawasaki ZZR1400, 08 Suzuki Hayabusa,Presently Own 2010 Suzuki Hayabusa, 79 Suzuki ZR50 X1, 78 Suzuki GT250 X7,89 Honda VFR400 NC30,99 Honda CBR600F, 06 Aprilia RSV1000R Millie.

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Feb 08

Posts: 817

Andy949494 says:


Never had more than one bike at once.

Honda CB50J (£105 without MOT.) - Did it up, Kept for a few months and a few hundred miles. Traded in once I passed my test. Wish I had kept it as there is only one left in the UK...

Suzuki GSX250 (£225). Kept for about 2 years and less than 2000 miles until mounting student debt forced me to sell. Rotted real quick, aluminimum disentigrated and electrics were awful, but it went a lot better than the similar on paper CB250N.

Honda NT650V (£3600). Kept for 3 months and 4000 miles. Nice bike but a bit big and bounced around scarily...

Kawasaki ER6F (£4200 new). Kept for 18 months and 36000miles. Perfect bike for me. smaller and easier to ride than the Deau. More fun too but that tank is much too small. Comfy upright riding position, nice beat from the exhaust. Surprisingly good wind protection from the fairing (considering).

Kawasaki 250R (£3600 new). Kept for 15000 miles and 9 months. Thought it would be cheap to run and go 2 days on a tank (which it did). However much less fun to ride than the ER6. Economic on tyres. MPG better than the ER6 but not outstanding. Insurance ridiculously high. Very cold and wet ride when not in the summer.

Honda NT700V (£6200 new). Kept for 15000 miles and about 9 months. Tyre wear and petrol consumption was surprisingly high. Lacked the sparkle of the BMW. Beautifully comfy and warm though and the only bike I had suitable for touring the UK in the winter (or in a very wet summer either).

BMW F800S (£3600 s/h). Still kept. Currently done about 20000 miles and just over a year. Not the best bike for people with Chronic Osteoporosis when in traffic (my bones ache) but good fun and a great "do everything not too bad bike." Much cheaper to run than any of the above bikes (including the 250). Belt drive is particularly good feature. Petrol tank is too small.

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Mar 04

Posts: 55

ivanhoe says:

James 125 two stroke,  BSA B31,  BSA Gold Flash,  Norton Dominator 99.

If I still had the above bikes I would be a rich man.  A break from biking then :

Kawasaki GPZ1100,  Suzuki GSX 600F,  BMW K75s (rubbish),  Honda CBR 1000F,  Honda Pacific Coast,

Suzuki Burgman 400.

All the above gone;  Present bikes are Kawasaki ZZR1100 and Honda VFR 750FL.


Wish it would stop raining and I could get my pension and go for a ride.

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Jul 12

Posts: 85

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Jul 12

Posts: 85

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