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Old 20-02-2019, 12:22 PM   #11
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I am in the same position as the OP but I really like older style bikes, no fairing, no plastic, not too much power, I was thinking about a Guzzi Sport, or something in the style of the CB750/500 from the early 70s.

Would anyone rate the newish Enfield Twin?
There is quite a few out there now with retro styles and most makers are getting in on the action, try and get on al the bikes you can and see what fits the bill for you. I went in to Honda thinking I want a new blade came out with something completely different (BMW S1000r) just from the test rides I had.

Enfield
Suzuki SV650X
Triumph Bonneville
Guzzi v7
Kawa Z900rs
BMW RnineT
Honda CB1100ex
Duke Scrambler
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There is quite a few out there now with retro styles and most makers are getting in on the action, try and get on al the bikes you can and see what fits the bill for you. I went in to Honda thinking I want a new blade came out with something completely different (BMW S1000r) just from the test rides I had.

Enfield
Suzuki SV650X
Triumph Bonneville
Guzzi v7
Kawa Z900rs
BMW RnineT
Honda CB1100ex
Duke Scrambler
That Kawazaki Z900RS is lovely, I would have gotten that if I wasn't commuting every day. Loved it, and being a 4-pot it's super smooth.
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