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#1 2019-11-06 18:59:29

From: San Francisco, CA
Registered: 2013-10-29
User Number: 11977
Posts: 1538

2014 Honda that gets 65MPG

So haven't posted on the forum for awhile, but thought I'd share my new to me 2014 Honda CB500X. Picked it up with 800 miles on the odometer and 2 months later am at 2,700. This is my first bike so I don't have a whole lot to compare it to, but I am very happy with it. It's very comfortable, has a great high seating position, handles great on twisty roads, handles a passenger pretty well, and has enough power to get out of its own way. Overall I'm very happy with it and its been great for my commute in San Francisco. Not having to worry about parking is amazing.

06' Silver Aero 5MT
-White 2015 WRX - Whiteline rear swaybar, Perrin Spherical endlinks, Perrin brass shifter bushing, Cobb J pipe, Cobb Accessport, custom buzzard damage, Cobb Catback
-1968 Land Rover Seres IIA 88in- Top speed 65ish downhill, 0-60 if you're lucky, RHD, 2 1/4 liter diesel, a mess but it's my mess



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#2 2019-11-19 08:48:15

Former Site Owner
Registered: 2006-02-22
User Number: 1032
Posts: 25071

Re: 2014 Honda that gets 65MPG

Nice bike! My buddy has one in black and loves it too, though he calls it Buzz for its unenthusiastic exhaust. I took it for a ride and it has very smooth power delivery and was a pleasure to ride. It's crazy how much better fuel economy it gets than my V-Strom 650.

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