The 2018 Honda CMX Rebel is the perfect entry bike if you are looking to join that Harley / Bobber lifestyle. Watch and learn.

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Comments

    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker

      The 2018 Honda CMX Rebel is the perfect entry bike if you are looking to join that Harley / Bobber lifestyle.

      about 10 months ago
    • Karl Bryant
      Karl Bryant In reply to Berlin Biker

      Berlin Biker I am 5”6 just right for me

      about 4 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Berlin Biker

      In general, you are right. But I think for legal issues they needed to keep a front fender on it.

      about 8 months ago
    • Danielle Schoenlau
      Danielle Schoenlau In reply to Berlin Biker

      Berlin Biker correct me if im wrong but i thought bobbers had no front fender and a bobbed or half back fender?

      about 8 months ago
    • Jareny&Kalani
      Jareny&Kalani In reply to Berlin Biker

      Craig Fitz I would recommend you take a look at the revzilla review on this bike I believe there some one of same size if not bigger just so you get another point of view. This is however a good video as well. 👍

      about 8 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Berlin Biker

      it is going to be small for you, it felt small for me and I’m 5’8”. I would recommend to go to the dealer and take it for a spin, see how it feels.

      about 8 months ago
    • Nikulas Sphirro
      Nikulas Sphirro

      How's the front fork doing also the shocks at the rear.

      about 13 days ago
    • Nikulas Sphirro
      Nikulas Sphirro In reply to Nikulas Sphirro

      +Berlin Biker thanks for the reply.more power to you!!!..am retired and I hope its not heavy.first timer too when it comes to riding mc

      about 11 days ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Nikulas Sphirro

      Hey there! I only had the bike for a few days so I’m not sure I can answer this. I’m assuming they are built pretty well.

      about 11 days ago
    • Nick Kalmes
      Nick Kalmes

      So I’m a decent sized guy, 6 foot and 230, is this bike going to be a little small for me or will it not matter

      about 29 days ago
    • Nick Kalmes
      Nick Kalmes In reply to Nick Kalmes

      Berlin Biker okay thanks for the input, I’m going to buy my first motorcycle and have been looking what the best option for me would be. I like the look of this bike so if you know of any others that are like this style but bigger lemme know! Love the vid👍🏼

      about 29 days ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Nick Kalmes

      I think it might be a bit small for you honestly. I felt big on it, and I'm 5' 10" and 170, plus that engine is basically straight out of a lawnmower.

      about 29 days ago
    • Phillip Aung
      Phillip Aung

      Does it have hazard lights?

      about 2 months ago
    • King Aragorn II
      King Aragorn II

      *So classical.*

      about 2 months ago
    • BenalRida
      BenalRida

      Howdy Berlin Biker, as you might remember I'm coming over to visit my parents in Berlin in June and I was wondering if you know of any places where I could rent an A2 motorcycle (except Cintula). Thanks for your help.

      about 2 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to BenalRida

      KTM GST Berlin has a large rental fleet. Check them out.

      about 2 months ago
    • Ryan Shane
      Ryan Shane

      whats the song name

      about 3 months ago
    • Pat Downs
      Pat Downs

      Rebels are like the Civic: reliable, sort of peppy and sort of fun ... good for city and a bit of highway. Not the best at anything, but not bad. In fact, surprisingly fun and practical considering the price. With Honda you get a lot for your money. Too bad Toyota doesn't make bikes.

      about 4 months ago
    • misamisatv
      misamisatv In reply to Pat Downs

      +Berlin Biker With the bleak looking future Harley has, nobody should wanna buy it hehe. GM can't afford anything anyway they're a sinking ship too

      about 2 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Pat Downs

      I would love to see more car manufactures venture into the motorcycle game. Hell, shocked Ford or Chevy have not bought Harley yet.

      about 4 months ago
    • GaryLordsWayMinistry
      GaryLordsWayMinistry

      Actually it is a 471ccs and the scrambler sits much higher. It's a clean little get around town bike and would need to be heavily customized to handle highway cruzeing like the bigger models have no problem converting over for that kind of use. But for the price who can complain? So to me it's a nice sporty 450, nothing to brag about, just gets the job done reasonably. I have to be frank here, I have heard better reviewers doing reviews. No thumbs up and hopefully you find a better career path.

      about 5 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to GaryLordsWayMinistry

      Hi there, thanks for the comment. While I don’t understand half your points, I appreciate you leaving feedback. As for my career path? That is quite the statement. Don’t you worry about that, I created this YouTube account so I can get access to press bikes to ride. Nothing more. I’m more than secure with my real job.

      about 5 months ago
    • Karl Bryant
      Karl Bryant

      I like it because seat is very low. The only thing I don’t like is suspension is too soft and the small digital speedometer with no tachometer and gear gauge. Is the suspension adjustable by the way? Because I want to put a passenger seat and back rest. Also the signal indicator should specify where u are going to turn. Another turn off clutch case sticking out

      about 5 months ago
    • James Hartwell
      James Hartwell In reply to Karl Bryant

      Berlin Biker I got mine at the dealer. They should have pics on the Honda website.

      about 3 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Karl Bryant

      Do you have links to them? Would love to see how it looks.

      about 3 months ago
    • James Hartwell
      James Hartwell In reply to Karl Bryant

      Berlin Biker you can buy the rear seat and footrests.

      about 3 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Karl Bryant

      Karl Bryant about the passenger seat? N space to put someone behind you

      about 4 months ago
    • Karl Bryant
      Karl Bryant In reply to Karl Bryant

      Berlin Biker What do you mean?

      about 4 months ago
    • Nick K
      Nick K

      Nice review chap I really like this bike but I’m afraid I’ll be called a faggot because I’m a man and this seems like mainly girls ride this bike

      about 6 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Nick K

      I’ve honestly only seen men ride this bike around Berlin. Don’t let other people’s thought play into what bike you consider.

      about 6 months ago
    • Daniel King
      Daniel King

      I think this would really benefit with forward controls

      about 6 months ago
    • Robbie D
      Robbie D In reply to Daniel King

      +1990 actually, that is precisely what it does need for overall comfort and spaciousness.

      about 22 days ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Daniel King

      Why? It would open up the cockpit a bit more, making it feel a bit bigger.

      about 6 months ago
    • 1990
      1990 In reply to Daniel King

      That is precisely what it doesn't need.

      about 6 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Daniel King

      100% agreed.

      about 6 months ago
    • Steve Jones
      Steve Jones

      I don't know exactly where that is, but that area is beautiful. So clean and neat.

      about 7 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Steve Jones

      What part of the video specifically? It’s all in Berlin somewhere

      about 6 months ago
    • Audacious Lex
      Audacious Lex

      love the review! You're too funny. I'm 5'0 even. Do you think i'd experience all of the leg cramping issues you were experiencing? I have sat on the Triumph twin street (i think that's the name) and I could nearly flat foot.

      about 7 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Audacious Lex

      Oh the Triumph Street Twin is a lovely bike! Back to the Honda, I think at 5 even you would not experience the cramping at all. Have you been able to sit on one at the dealer? I think it’s a much different sensation of riding with both your legs up vs. sitting on the showroom floor with your legs up.

      about 7 months ago
    • SkiMilk Vlogs
      SkiMilk Vlogs

      Hey man, I'm thinkin bout getting a bike, but I'm not sure what to get. I really like the style of this cruiser and all, but I'm afraid that this bike wouldn't be good for a cross country trip cross the US. Also I'm looking to spend less then $9000. Can u help me out? I'm 19 btw if that's a factor 😄

      about 7 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to SkiMilk Vlogs

      Hey Caleb, I think if you want a cruiser and have less than 9k I would suggest something japanese and a bit bigger than the 500. Look into the Kawi Vulcan. Modern cruiser styling, good engine, better seating position. https://www.kawasaki.de/de/products/Cruiser/2018/Vulcan_S/overview?Uid=0972CgwODQpZDApaCVxaXFBdWwpbCwxRXlBcXQpaCglaDQk

      about 7 months ago
    • gerson K.C.L.A
      gerson K.C.L.A

      Boan noite tenho um consorcio de uma cb 500 a rebel chegando aqui ja mudo pra ela.esse é meu estilo.ela tem que vim pro brasil

      about 7 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to gerson K.C.L.A

      If my translate is right, how is it? Enjoying the bike?

      about 6 months ago
    • claud Talkz
      claud Talkz

      Would I hate myself if I sold my Bonneville SE and got this? I'm in da city, even to get to the country, i go through a city or two. Thinking about going a little lighter.... thanks, man!

      about 8 months ago
    • claud Talkz
      claud Talkz In reply to claud Talkz

      Solid.

      about 8 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to claud Talkz

      claud Talkz oh that’s tough. My gut feeling? No. You would be really upset if you got rid of your Bonneville SV, while the Honda is nice there is a lot from a bike (2x more expensive) that you would miss.

      about 8 months ago
    • Jake W
      Jake W

      You could attach a shock lifter in that rebel, right? At least 2 inches

      about 8 months ago
    • Jake W
      Jake W In reply to Jake W

      Yeah, my motorcycle has one, but I think they're only selling it in Asia online. https://shopee.ph/search?keyword=shock%20lifter.

      about 8 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Jake W

      Jake W I wonder if someone has made one yet for it? Solid advice.

      about 8 months ago
    • David
      David

      How tall are you?

      about 8 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to David

      If you want a bike to go to and from work, I would get the CB500x. The Rebel 500 is nice, but if you were to wear a backpack or something like that it might be a bit uncomfortable. Plus no windscreen. The CB500F is a solid in-between choice. But, at the end of the day you have to buy what excites you, if you like the Rebel 500 you will make it work to your needs.

      about 8 months ago
    • David
      David In reply to David

      Berlin Biker i'm 1.73m do you think its a confortable bike for our height?
      In my town i dont have any rebel to test ride.
      I was thinking to rebel, or a cb500f, or a cb500x to go for work, and have fun on weekends

      about 8 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to David

      Hey there! I'm about 1m72 / 5 Foot 8"

      about 8 months ago
    • -l Specs l-
      -l Specs l-

      hey guy ! how tall are you ? I want to buy this bike as my first one but im 1m83, not to high ?

      about 8 months ago
    • Anthony Lock
      Anthony Lock In reply to -l Specs l-

      -l Specs l- hi mate, you will be fine at around 6ft. I'm roughly your height at 6ft 1. It compares well to the height of a lot of hardtail bobbers. You'll be fine on one, go sit on one or test ride it. You'll be surprised

      about 8 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to -l Specs l-

      -l Specs l- hey there! I’m 1m72, and felt a bit big for the bike but this was my first bobber that I rode so it could just be what I feel comfortable on. My best bet, head to the dealership and take a sit on it. See how comfortable your hips feel with the angle and see how your lower back feels keeping yourself up and forward without a lot of support.

      about 8 months ago
    • Bernabe Campos
      Bernabe Campos

      gracias amigo, great review and this motorcycle Honda rebel 500 is perfect for me 5.5 tall short guy, and new rider at 63 years old.

      about 8 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Bernabe Campos

      Be safe out there! Rubber side down.

      about 8 months ago
    • Bernabe Campos
      Bernabe Campos In reply to Bernabe Campos

      I got my 2018 honda mcx 500 And my driver license endorsement today is my second day riding just around my neighborhood, I need more practice. Thank you amigo.

      about 8 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Bernabe Campos

      Bernabe Campos first off, congrats on becoming a new rider!! Super excited for one more person in the world to be on a bike. 5’5” to me is a perfect size for this bike! Keen on riding, be safe out there!

      about 8 months ago
    • Mario Svalina
      Mario Svalina

      Good review. Still looking for someone who is 'vertically challenged' to review this bike. Most reviews are from tall-er riders.

      about 8 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Mario Svalina

      Mario Svalina I’m pretty short for a guy? 5 foot 8. But, I felt really big for this bike, honestly unless you are sub 5 foot tall, this bike will work great.

      about 8 months ago
    • Small Boar
      Small Boar

      U R personality is repulsive

      about 8 months ago
    • James Hartwell
      James Hartwell In reply to Small Boar

      Small Boar small brain?

      about 7 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Small Boar

      Hopefully getting this off your chest make you feel better. Have a good day buddy.

      about 8 months ago
    • sandydenny lives
      sandydenny lives

      I agree; clunky gearbox, pencil thin saddle, and the crankshaft casing digs in to your right shin. Plainly they didn't do road testing before they put it on to the market. Honda douce bags, your not getting my money, when you employ morons in your R and D dept.

      about 8 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to sandydenny lives

      sandydenny lives valid points, but compare it to things in the sub-5k price range. All bikes at this level have issues, that’s how they led them so cheap.

      about 8 months ago
    • sandydenny lives
      sandydenny lives In reply to sandydenny lives

      It shouldn't have come to the market with these issues in the first place. Didn't the road testers see this? I don't want to get off the bike after an hour or two with back ache, I buy a cruiser for all day comfort.

      about 8 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to sandydenny lives

      +sandydenny lives what do you disagree about? The bike is a good start for a smaller cruiser (people like you who are too small for an entry HD) but there are some issues to address (crankcase and comfort). Obviously learning from this the next version will be better or the aftermarket scene will take advantage of these issues.

      about 8 months ago
    • sandydenny lives
      sandydenny lives In reply to sandydenny lives

      I disagree. I can accept I'm too small for an entry HD,but at least it had a comfortable seat. The rebel was ideal for me but I couldn't get over the seat and the plain idiocy of the crankshaft casing.

      about 8 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to sandydenny lives

      I think what they are going for is great, light and cheap Harley-ish bike. I think there needs to be some fine tuning before the next generation of the bike but a solid start.

      about 8 months ago
    • WICKEDLEE LOOPY
      WICKEDLEE LOOPY

      The cruiser bike landscape has changed somewhat in the last couple of years , when manufacturers started putting efficient water cooled sports bike motors into cruiser bikes. More responsive & more power from smaller lighter engines , like this bike & bikes like vulcan S & HD street 500-750s I predict this trend is not going away.

      about 9 months ago
    • James Buccola
      James Buccola In reply to WICKEDLEE LOOPY

      Selling bikes to guys who don’t wanna ride what their grandfathers rode. My father was shocked and couldn’t understand why I didn’t want to just take his 550 pound, 30 hp 76 360.

      about 8 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to WICKEDLEE LOOPY

      Completely agreed. The smaller cruisers are nice because it opens up this sort of riding and the lifestyle associated with it to people who were afraid of the 350kg Harleys that we all know.

      about 8 months ago
    • Takota Wiechman
      Takota Wiechman

      Very nice, honest review... most I've seen only talk about brakes, seat, and suspension. You talked about everything you didn't like

      about 9 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Takota Wiechman

      I want people to know exactly what I’m thinking during a first ride, not everything is perfect on a bike. That’s why there is a place for the world of aftermarket products.

      about 9 months ago
    • Adonys Flores
      Adonys Flores

      Fun review:)

      about 9 months ago
    • Berlin Biker
      Berlin Biker In reply to Adonys Flores

      Appreciate the comment! Hopefully you found it useful!

      about 9 months ago