Top 10 Cheapest Street-Legal Motorcycles of 2014

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10. Honda Rebel: $4190

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Remember the Honda Rebel? The bike many of you likely dropped several times in your MSF courses, the venerable Rebel, is still in the Honda lineup. Why? Because it doesn’t cost much, and if your learner classes taught you anything, it’s that you’ll have to try pretty hard to kill one of these things. Powered by a 234cc parallel-Twin, the little Rebel isn’t very modern or contemporary, but it’s cheap and it works. Considering Honda still sells them after all these years, that’s apparently all many of you are looking for.

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  • Gene Koons

    like to connect with other Suzuki burgman 400 owners.

  • http://carlaking.com Carla King

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  • Jack Koo

    Dodge Tomahawk is the best:

    http://bit.ly/1yrtsPF

  • Ricardo C. da Rocha Lima

    Regarding the Qlink XF200 I would like to turn public to Motorcycle Forum readers my own experience for the past six years with this bike (a.k.a. in Brazil as Sundown STX Motard): http://www.caldas.com.br/30anos/motard_engl.htm . My usage of this bike is detailed in every aspect along 13 pages in my website. I have been travelling extensively with my bike all over Brazil. It is a pleasure to share my experience with fellow riders.

  • ron17571

    There should have been more smaller bikes.

  • Sam

    Why no KTM Duke 125, Duke 200, or even the cult hit (Indonesia, India, Spain) Pulsar 200NS.

    • denchung

      This list only looks at motorcycles currently available in the U.S.

  • Fakir Smith

    Sad so many are Chinese bikes. Of these only the Hondas would I consider, the Grom being the right price. What a shame.