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I just bought an 08 with about 3k miles for $800. This is my first bike, and I think it's great. It is forgiving for a newbie like me, and is helping me get used to riding. I know that I will outgrow it pretty quickly, but I got it cheap enough to sell in favor of something bigger when I'm ready, so I'm happy.
My 50cc bike can go 60km/h with a 11mm carburetor. Americans dont know how to tune their bikes.
I have a little 1985 rebel and I love it. Perfect for beginners.
I'm a full GSXR type of guy and I was riding a gsxr 750 with no license and I just got my license I had to take the MSF class and this is the bike we have to use and man I fell in love with this bike . It's not like the gsxr 600/750/1000r we all know that but it is a very fun bike to ride #ilovehondarebel250's .com lol 👍
next time take the damn tag off the keys so we can see !!
The answer to how fast
Will it go for ANY motorcycle is “ fast enough to get you killed”.
It also would be great for older men who are trying to get back into riding
This motor fit my hitong LV250??? Anyone knows
How fast did you get comfortably
I just bought one of these as my first bike because I want to get in to bikes more, learn to work on them and get mobile so I can increase my cash flow and well for the price that dude was selling it to me it was very affordable to me. I can hardly wait to start riding it more but im already thinking of what my next upgrade bike could be if I could use one I just bought to help me find work.
Im already looking around and checking out parts I could customize the bike with and upgraded it, and so if I later on decide to resell it after i upgrade to a newer bigger faster bike.
I got a Honda Rebel 250 for $500 earlier this year, total steal
1982 to 2017
I seen one turn in to a hard tail bike
I'm thinking about buying this for my first bike or I'm going to have to convert my dirt bike but it's a 125 so just trying to save money but not go so cheap as a scooter
00:50 yes that's true.
I really liked the small 250 bikes. Maneuverable, simple, great gas mileage, cheaper insurance, plus as a young man out of high school, I knew that if I bought a 750 (or an insanely fast Honda CBX), I would ruin myself with speeding tickets or kill myself on top speed burns. The little 250 worked for me in that it topped out at the California highway speed limit. Not so much on the Colorado 75mph freeways, though.
wow im looking for a bike for my small gf and he says exactly what i needed to hear
Please follow all road laws and regulations . Thank you !
honda cd range and cm range are just fantastic reliable bikes one of the best small bikes your ever want to own.
I subscribed as soon as you read a bible verse, I love that!
This is my current motorcycle, my first one in fact, so the size doesnt bother me at all. Considering I tipped it at a stop sign, I wasnt too upset, tried sitting on a Honda shadow and both of my feet didnt even touch the ground
This video is worth watching just to hear the engine on the highway.
I have the same motorcycle produced in 1998, which my father bought in 1999 with 18000 yuan, because his friend borrowed it for more than 16 years. Later, the friend returned the car, and the car was able to drive normally, but the exhaust pipe seemed to be corroded and the sound was not right. I live in China. Because of some policy reasons, this car can't pass the environmental protection audit, so it can't be used normally. Moreover, China can't refit motorcycles to cars, so even if it's renovated, it can only be put in the garage. If it's driven out, it will be stopped by the traffic police and then forced to be scrapped. I have a lot of feelings for this motorcycle, but because there is really no way to take care of and repair this motorcycle because of the policy, I envy you. After all, our country does not have the culture of motor vehicles, because the government does not allow it, and thinks that refitting and over age vehicles will lead to traffic accidents or even pollution of the environment
I had cb250 same engine, and never went above 145km/h – 86MPH downhill with wind blowing on my back
I’m a short ass dude, I need this bike ha
i have an 85
I miss my rebel. Hearing the sound of accelerating and changing gears brought me back. I need another one!
I have one in my garage that my parents bought when they were doing their business and they would flip bikes so there’s one in the garage that’s just waiting to be fixed and see the light of day but the registration and title is stopping me from doing that☹️
I weigh 130 at 5.7
I have had plenty of big cc bikes, im now into small cc bikes, maby it's my age, what can i say, they are just fun 👍.
As a 240, 45 y.o stud @5'9 as a first bike … what do you think
I bought rebel 125 to learn riding and i never regret it. It is so nice. I want to step up now but i will never sell my rebel. I will put it in my houses living room because it just looks great!
I had a brand new one in 1987! I loved it, it took me every where!
I bought a 2006 Honda Rebel for 1100 Dollars it still has 4 Thousand Miles on it and is in absolutely perfect condition. No rust in the Tank, No rust on the Bike at all, runs amazing, battery is like out of the store, tires are like out of the factory, spoke wheels are perfectly centred and like new, the whole beautiful black paint is like out of the factory, the gears shift perfectly and all the electronics are working perfectly.
Want to know the top speed of a Kawasaki Z125? 64 mph and it bounces off the rev limiter, Im 220 pounds and riding that thing on the highway was hell.
Umm amen!! God bless you. I was thinking about getting this as my first bike
Wrong : My Honda Rebel is 1985 ( so first bike is not 1987 but 1985 ) MrQ
It goes 120km/h
I've had big bikes, and I've had small bikes. Had an '86 (yes, that's '86) a few decades ago, and am about to be gifted another one; fabricate some forward rider pegs, and the Rebel becomes quite tolerable as an around-town bike with some serious style. I'm 6 feet tall, about 180 pounds, and it's comfortable enough for such travels. It's not a long-distance cruiser by any means, and was never intended to be; but for an hour or so at a time, no problem. (LOL. I well remember how my first bike, a '68 Honda 350, looked intimidatingly huge the first time I swung a leg over it. That was a loooong time ago.) So yeah, it's great for people of smaller stature, whatever their age or sex, but it works just fine for bigger folks, when "used in the context for which it was intended." Top speeds will vary accordingly, obviously. I don't recall my old one being very happy about going over 65, though I do recall a couple of very short hops on the freeway. I'll test that with my "new" one, when my sister (bless 'er,) brings hers over. It's sat in her garage for at least ten years, never ridden. Time to correct that!
I like the way you pray before ride honestly im you fan now.