Top 10 Cheapest Street-Legal Motorcycles of 2014

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5. Qlink Adventure 250/Tour 250: $3395

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The Qlink Adventure and Tour 250 are far cries from American Iron, but they do represent cheap alternatives to your typical cruiser and bagger. Both are powered by a carbureted 248cc V-Twin, which itself is rather impressive for a bike this cheap. The cruiser-inspired Adventure evokes classic cruiser styling with a raked front end and classic lines. Its spoked wheels and chrome pipes complete the look. The Tour (shown above) takes the Adventure and adds a windscreen, different seat, and hard bags for long(er) distance travel. While we haven’t ridden it, it looks good for a sub-$3400 bike.

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  • Gene Koons

    like to connect with other Suzuki burgman 400 owners.

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  • Jack Koo

    Dodge Tomahawk is the best:

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  • 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.