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Honda XR650L

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Published on Aug 11, 2006

On board motorcycle ride.

Comments • 40

bkibbeeg
Mine has 30.000 miles and i BEAT that clutch. Can no longer pop it up in 3rd easily, but 2nd is a strong pop at around 25-35mph or so and it has full grab all out in 5th, so it has a lot of miles left. I would say for the normal person it would last pretty much until you get tired of abusing it.
Rich M
I love the Thumper! Saddleman now makes a seat for it. I have one and it rocks!
Rich M
I'm 5'8" and 220 lbs. You will need to use a lowering link and loosen the triple trees to lower the frint end a bit. I really enjoy riding this thumper! Mine is an 08!
Carry Smith
VERY NICE VIDEO..WERE DO U LIVE I BARELY SAW ANY CARS? THATS AWESOME
ryancicocki
I own the the original 1983 XL600R and if this bike is anything like mine your going to have that thing for literally decades.
George Grant
City sucks for xr Riding ! Its all about spittin gravel !
mcclaskeyj
Sweet! I can't wait for winter to pass. :-(
krazzz69
stock exhaust ? sounds liek somethign out of the jetsons i swear..
Matt C
Hey i'm 5'10 and about 230lbs and turning 16 in a month would you sugest this bike for me. I've driven bikes a far bit before .
P-stig
I'm 6' 1" and 220lbs. This bike fits me excellent in stock form. It is a very tall bike, it's like falling off a horse when you spill it! Most people shorter than about 5' 10" to 6' and less than 180lbs are gonna have trouble riding this thing without a lowering link. For heavier guys like us, your weight helps compress the suspension. 
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