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Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Nov 13, 2015 12:19 pm

Jarlaxle wrote:Ever done a Honda PC800 Pacific Coast?
Good suggestion, I checked my 1980's Honda Motorcycle Model Guides and out of 1700 models that's one model I just don't have in there... DARN.

We did do the sorta, modernish version of the PC800 2 years ago:

http://www.totalmotorcycle.com/motorcyc ... Vultus.htm

Maybe another suggestion as I don't have that PC800? :cowboy:

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Re: Total Motorcycle Cool Wall - Suggest the next bike to review

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Jarlaxle wrote:From left field: CSC Cyclone 250.
Interesting, a BMW clone from Belarusian (Russia)

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Actually, it's not a BMW clone and not from Russia or Belarus.
I can't remember where I got that from but upon researching it again, your are right, it's actually from China, not Russia. Personally, I think it would have been higher quality if it was a BMW clone from Russia (something like a URAL)... now I'm pretty sure it's just a "look-a-like" from China.

Manufactured in China by Zongshen
http://www.cscmotorcycles.com/aboutus.asp

Update: Wowzers, $7,503.30 for the SE 250cc version!
Not even close: the regular RX3 is less than $4000. $7500 is for the top-line version with custom paint, aluminum luggage, bigger crash bars, offroad lights, seat pad, custom windshield, center stand, hand guards, skidplates, and anodized fork tubes.

Cyclones are plenty tough. They have done Baja runs, a 5000+ mile tour of thew western US, and the 10,000km Brest-Dushanbe rally. It's not a clone of ANYTHING.
Let's say then their 250cc is $4k to $7.5k, which if you get the $4k one, that's not bad, but there are a lot of other bikes on the market not from China that's around $4k for a 250cc bike. I do like the look for the Cyclone, but I have to ask, do you not see any similarities in design from a Suzuki V-Strom, BMW or Yamaha Tenere?

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How many <$4K bikes come with EFI, liquid cooling, hard luggage, engine bars, a 4.2-gallon tank, 6-speed gearbox, and skidplate? The Cyclone has all of that-and a 2 year warranty-standard.

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Unread post by faded sun » Sun Nov 15, 2015 1:27 am

Hey Mike, can we not vote on a bike that is not in the roster of Total Motorcycle dot com Press Releases? Or is it that you don't have rights to the picture to post it on the forum? I'm pretty sure CSC would love to have it there.
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faded sun wrote:Hey Mike, can we not vote on a bike that is not in the roster of Total Motorcycle dot com Press Releases? Or is it that you don't have rights to the picture to post it on the forum? I'm pretty sure CSC would love to have it there.
You have it right with the second statement, I just do not have the rights to take their information and photos and post them. Of course, I could write them an ask, which they "should be" open to.

It is just a lot easier to post any of the thousands of bikes in our guides (1970 to 2016) as I already have the stats, information and photos up. That said, I could contact CSC and do a special one-off. Depending on the response it will be a go or no go and the time it takes to get that all wrapped up.

But just say the word and I'll send them a request.

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Jarlaxle wrote:
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Jarlaxle wrote:From left field: CSC Cyclone 250.
Interesting, a BMW clone from Belarusian (Russia)

Mike
Actually, it's not a BMW clone and not from Russia or Belarus.
I can't remember where I got that from but upon researching it again, your are right, it's actually from China, not Russia. Personally, I think it would have been higher quality if it was a BMW clone from Russia (something like a URAL)... now I'm pretty sure it's just a "look-a-like" from China.

Manufactured in China by Zongshen
http://www.cscmotorcycles.com/aboutus.asp

Update: Wowzers, $7,503.30 for the SE 250cc version!
Not even close: the regular RX3 is less than $4000. $7500 is for the top-line version with custom paint, aluminum luggage, bigger crash bars, offroad lights, seat pad, custom windshield, center stand, hand guards, skidplates, and anodized fork tubes.

Cyclones are plenty tough. They have done Baja runs, a 5000+ mile tour of thew western US, and the 10,000km Brest-Dushanbe rally. It's not a clone of ANYTHING.
Let's say then their 250cc is $4k to $7.5k, which if you get the $4k one, that's not bad, but there are a lot of other bikes on the market not from China that's around $4k for a 250cc bike. I do like the look for the Cyclone, but I have to ask, do you not see any similarities in design from a Suzuki V-Strom, BMW or Yamaha Tenere?

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There are only so many ways to style an adventure bike.

How many <$4K bikes come with EFI, liquid cooling, hard luggage, engine bars, a 4.2-gallon tank, 6-speed gearbox, and skidplate? The Cyclone has all of that-and a 2 year warranty-standard.
I'll give you that, not many at all, but I don't follow many of the cheaper brands that can offer that. CCW is about the cheapest manufacturer on TMW (then Hyosung, Kymco, and I guess Royal Enfield ish). The Chinese have are workhorses for producing a product that can clearly be undermarket value, but quality (from what I've seen personally and have heard) is very lacking. But for looks, the ZRX3-b-2T looks great.

I wonder how many riders would be comfortable taking it on a very long trip knowing the quality may be what you paid for?

One day though, we will look at Chinese bikes like we do at Korean bikes or even Japanese bikes for quality, it's coming and will happen, I just don't know how far that is away... 10 / 20 years?

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Unread post by Grey Thumper » Tue Nov 24, 2015 2:43 am

Looks like there's a "seems Euro but is actually Chinese" theme brewing. In the same vein, how about the Italjet Buccaneer?

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Have we done the 2016 R1200RS yet? If not I'd like to put that on the table for consideration.

I sat on one at a motorcycle show a year ago, but that was a preproduction model. Now it's out there for real.
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I'm pretty excited about next year's Suzuki SV650. The 1999-2002 SV was one of my favorite bikes.
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I'll give you that, not many at all, but I don't follow many of the cheaper brands that can offer that. CCW is about the cheapest manufacturer on TMW (then Hyosung, Kymco, and I guess Royal Enfield ish). The Chinese have are workhorses for producing a product that can clearly be undermarket value, but quality (from what I've seen personally and have heard) is very lacking. But for looks, the ZRX3-b-2T looks great.

I wonder how many riders would be comfortable taking it on a very long trip knowing the quality may be what you paid for?

One day though, we will look at Chinese bikes like we do at Korean bikes or even Japanese bikes for quality, it's coming and will happen, I just don't know how far that is away... 10 / 20 years?

Mike
Actually, the Cyclones have done cross-country rides (see book: 5000 Miles at 8000RPM), and the company did a Baja trip earlier this year. At least one person bought two of them, and he & his wife rode them from CSC in Cali to their home in central Texas.

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Grey Thumper wrote:I'm pretty excited about next year's Suzuki SV650. The 1999-2002 SV was one of my favorite bikes.
Wowzers, I took a week off and look what happens! A new SV650...and the non-S, cool beans! I'll have that up shortly. :)

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jstark47 wrote:Have we done the 2016 R1200RS yet? If not I'd like to put that on the table for consideration.

I sat on one at a motorcycle show a year ago, but that was a preproduction model. Now it's out there for real.
Sure thing! I'll be adding the new 2016 BMW's starting Monday. I was meaning to get them all up on Nov 30th, but took a week off with my wife, Andrea. :)

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Grey Thumper wrote:I'm pretty excited about next year's Suzuki SV650. The 1999-2002 SV was one of my favorite bikes.

Enjoy!

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Unread post by faded sun » Thu Jan 07, 2016 11:34 pm

Ducati XDiavel.

Say no more.
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faded sun wrote:Ducati XDiavel.

Say no more.
You got it! It's up for this week!

Thanks for the recommendation. :revv:

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I'd like to nominate the HD 2016 Road Glide ULTRA

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markdcoco wrote:I'd like to nominate the HD 2016 Road Glide ULTRA
You got it for this week. :)

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Unread post by faded sun » Fri Mar 25, 2016 7:57 pm

Hey Mike, been off the grid for a while and enjoyed reviewing all the action on the cool wall since I've been away. Think I'll start a thread for "what was your first bike and how did you get it" and thought I would put up the closest thing to mine for the Cool Wall if you think it's a good idea. That would be the Kawasaki KLX 110 ( in my time it was only a 90 but everything gets bigger except the Honda CRF50, which I also rode but never owned). Anyway I will see who bites on my question and hope you like my idea.

We had freezing rain for the last two days here in Toronto but this weekend looks like I might get some miles in. Hope your weather is as nice in Calgary. Ride safe.
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faded sun wrote:Hey Mike, been off the grid for a while and enjoyed reviewing all the action on the cool wall since I've been away. Think I'll start a thread for "what was your first bike and how did you get it" and thought I would put up the closest thing to mine for the Cool Wall if you think it's a good idea. That would be the Kawasaki KLX 110 ( in my time it was only a 90 but everything gets bigger except the Honda CRF50, which I also rode but never owned). Anyway I will see who bites on my question and hope you like my idea.

We had freezing rain for the last two days here in Toronto but this weekend looks like I might get some miles in. Hope your weather is as nice in Calgary. Ride safe.
Welcome back! :cowboy:

A "what was your first bike and how did you get it" thread is a great idea, go bonkers with it and have fun!!!

The weather is really changing for the warmer here in Calgary, today is going to be... drum roll please... 27!! so I'll be (if I am lucky enough to get away) cruising on the Guzzi this afternoon for a short ride. :revv:

Did you want me to put up a Kawasaki KLX110 on the Cool Wall?

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faded sun wrote:Hey Mike, been off the grid for a while and enjoyed reviewing all the action on the cool wall since I've been away. Think I'll start a thread for "what was your first bike and how did you get it" and thought I would put up the closest thing to mine for the Cool Wall if you think it's a good idea. That would be the Kawasaki KLX 110 ( in my time it was only a 90 but everything gets bigger except the Honda CRF50, which I also rode but never owned). Anyway I will see who bites on my question and hope you like my idea.

We had freezing rain for the last two days here in Toronto but this weekend looks like I might get some miles in. Hope your weather is as nice in Calgary. Ride safe.
Welcome back! :cowboy:

A "what was your first bike and how did you get it" thread is a great idea, go bonkers with it and have fun!!!

The weather is really changing for the warmer here in Calgary, today is going to be... drum roll please... 27!! so I'll be (if I am lucky enough to get away) cruising on the Guzzi this afternoon for a short ride. :revv:

Did you want me to put up a Kawasaki KLX110 on the Cool Wall?

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Sadly, my ST and Shadow both went up in flames last Tuesday so I am in mourning. Hope to have a new filly in the stable in time to get some good Spring riding in but the only problem is the stable burned down so I need to make a lean-to (or maybe a teepee!) to keep it dry til the insurance builds a new one.
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faded sun wrote:Sadly, my ST and Shadow both went up in flames last Tuesday so I am in mourning. Hope to have a new filly in the stable in time to get some good Spring riding in but the only problem is the stable burned down so I need to make a lean-to (or maybe a teepee!) to keep it dry til the insurance builds a new one.
OMG :shock: That's awful news!

It's good insurance is there to build you a new garage, but what about your bikes?

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