I don't know what area you are in but either of these may fit your plan and they are brand new and in your price range. Having a older bike to tinker on and build is fun but having one you can ride every day is better.Hey all,
Total beginner here. I really like the sort of Honda cafe racer style bikes, CB450 type bikes. In particular I really like the CL450 Scrambler. My great grandpa used to do desert rallies -- I think the early scramblers were the first ones to cross Baja. I'm into repairs, vintage and restoration in general, but still wondering how hard it would be to maintain these bikes these days with parts available.
Also I'm thinking about whether I might find something inexpensive and cool to learn on while I figure out what I really want. I would eventually like something I can tour a bit with. I've heard mixed things about whether the CB450s could fit the bill.
What are your thoughts? Any suggestions for an inexpensive starter bike? Any other bikes that blend this style bike with touring capability? Thanks!
But going slightly used will save you the unboxing fees so I would find a almost new bike if it were me since you can ride out at the price marked plus tax.
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