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    • PINO TINO
      PINO TINO

      E adatta a una persona di 1.85 cm di altezza

      about 5 days ago
    • Bhavneet Saini
      Bhavneet Saini

      Is this good for a 19 year old trying to buy his first bike?

      about 15 days ago
    • Bhavneet Saini
      Bhavneet Saini In reply to Bhavneet Saini

      Dan Manthe thanks I'll take that into consideration

      about 1 day ago
    • Dan Manthe
      Dan Manthe In reply to Bhavneet Saini

      Try to test ride as many bikes as you can. At the very least sit on as many as you can. There are to many variables to say it's good or bad for you

      about 4 days ago
    • Joseph Michael
      Joseph Michael

      Bolt R Spec > Vulcan S

      about 28 days ago
    • 1SaG
      1SaG

      To paraphrase Top Gear:
      The Bolt is the kind of bike I'd set out to buy ... then, just before I'd have to make a left to enter the Yamaha dealer's parking-lot, I'd turn right instead and head to the nearest H-D dealer to buy an Iron 1200 or a 48.

      I know it's the better motorcycle and it's more modern and way cheaper to buy and own ... but I just don't know if I could live with that weird styling and with the fact that I'd be riding around on a "copy". I had that once in my life and while the bike in question was great (and even looked better than the H-Ds of the period) there was still that stupid feeling of "you only have a knock-off, not the original". Silly thoughts to have, I know ... and at my age I really should be over this sort of brand BS ... :)

      about 1 month ago
    • Derek Frampton PaPa-D
      Derek Frampton PaPa-D

      "only 58 ci" yeah that's 950.45cc and more than the sportster 883 for much less, with much more reliability and better options overall. how is a 950cc bike an entry-level machine? lol F@#$#$# HD ;)

      about 1 month ago
    • KozmiicHeatLobby
      KozmiicHeatLobby In reply to Derek Frampton PaPa-D

      Derek Frampton PaPa-D prob cuz it’s around the same speed as a 250 300, doesn’t mean I don’t want one still

      about 1 month ago
    • Adrian Daugdaug
      Adrian Daugdaug

      Would this be a decent first bike or is it too powerful?

      about 2 months ago
    • Jordan Cailes
      Jordan Cailes In reply to Adrian Daugdaug

      KidsOnALeash OnABoat honestly a lot of mistakes happen due to the throttle response and lack of clutch control, if you can focus on that you’ll be fine

      about 1 month ago
    • KidsOnALeash OnABoat
      KidsOnALeash OnABoat In reply to Adrian Daugdaug

      Jordan Cailes well I’ve learned a lot the last few days haha. I think I’ll get a used Indian or possibly a Harley, not a fan of the company however. I have decent experience on 4wheelers and dirt bikes (of course different beast) but that partially qualifies me as not 100% a beginner? Like I said at the end of the day I don’t plan on being stupid or speeding.

      about 1 month ago
    • Jordan Cailes
      Jordan Cailes In reply to Adrian Daugdaug

      KidsOnALeash OnABoat if you’re careful with the throttle and are very smooth with the clutch and understand the friction zone, you will probably be ok, it is better to start smaller though

      about 1 month ago
    • KidsOnALeash OnABoat
      KidsOnALeash OnABoat In reply to Adrian Daugdaug

      Derek Frampton PaPa-D I’m looking into my first bike as well, turn 16 in a few days. I was eyeballing bikes such as the Rebel500, Yamaha bolt, FZ-07, and a HD883. I weigh around 230-240 atm and currently am 5’10.5. I have the option to buy a bolt off of a family member in good condition with low miles for a decent price similar to a rebel. Would you say just keeping the revs low I could probably handle the bike?

      about 1 month ago
    • Adrian Daugdaug
      Adrian Daugdaug In reply to Adrian Daugdaug

      @Derek Frampton PaPa-D yeah people kept calling it a beginner bike and in the spec sheet it's obviously more than 900cc so I was pretty confused. But I wanted something with similar styling thats also beginner and short people friendly. I will go check out the rebel, thanks!

      about 1 month ago
    • Efe Oktay
      Efe Oktay

      That's one great video of Bolt. Thanks for sitting on it and telling your height. It doesn't really look that small while you're on. I'm 5'8 and seriously considering to get one. 5'8 would fit better? Or should I consider Vulcan S?

      about 2 months ago
    • MotoChooch
      MotoChooch In reply to Efe Oktay

      Personally I think you should test ride both to see what fits you better. Vulcan S does have ergo fit system so it's very adjustable.

      about 2 months ago
    • عبدالله علي الشهري
      عبدالله علي الشهري

      Good 👍🏼🌷

      about 3 months ago
    • AR Realubit
      AR Realubit

      do people think you're crazy for making gestures in front of a bike?

      about 3 months ago
    • AR Realubit
      AR Realubit In reply to AR Realubit

      😂🤣😂

      about 3 months ago
    • MotoChooch
      MotoChooch In reply to AR Realubit

      Yes

      about 3 months ago
    • Sunny Lad
      Sunny Lad

      Does the bolt still have the headshake/death wabble at high speeds

      about 3 months ago
    • Jordan Cailes
      Jordan Cailes In reply to Sunny Lad

      Apparently it is due to a combination of the front tree bearings being ball bearing, so switching to roller bearings fixes it, that and the factory zig zag tires

      about 1 month ago
    • Zach Readinger
      Zach Readinger In reply to Sunny Lad

      Nope I have a 2018 r-spec and super smooth

      about 3 months ago
    • mdo686
      mdo686

      I wouldn't bother with all that gear on a hot day. Probobly won't do you any good in most crashes anyways. Helmet, jeans, and gloves is all you need.

      about 3 months ago
    • SirCaleb
      SirCaleb In reply to mdo686

      Thanks for the horrible advice Chief!

      about 3 months ago
    • Satanic Snowflake
      Satanic Snowflake

      I got one, had it for a year. I love everything about this bike EXCEPT that fucking speedometer...

      about 4 months ago
    • bichh riu
      bichh riu

      Ciao quanto sei alto e quanto pesi?

      about 4 months ago
    • dan fleming
      dan fleming

      He said "Cupping me around the rear ever so gently" hahah

      about 4 months ago
    • MindTravler
      MindTravler

      Dude...if i can hear you...it's not loud enough!

      about 4 months ago
    • scorpyon927
      scorpyon927

      The ergonomics description you do in the video is very helpful. You should consider doing Sportsbikes like MT 09 or the Supersports bike such as Kawi zx636

      about 4 months ago
    • MotoChooch
      MotoChooch In reply to scorpyon927

      I don't really fit well on supersport but the MT07 was done and the 09 is on the list.

      about 4 months ago
    • Momma SaydSo
      Momma SaydSo

      I just got a bolt R. I was going to get the 883 sportster, but the price difference made up my mind.

      I got the crash bar, passenger seat, sissy bar, passenger pegs, for a lower price. Plus it’s a Yamaha, well known for their reliability.

      about 5 months ago
    • Stephen Jones
      Stephen Jones In reply to Momma SaydSo

      I just picked a 2017 bolt R brand new for a really good deal. I love this bike.

      about 4 months ago
    • David Phelan
      David Phelan

      I don't normally add comments, but easy with the wrist action bro, you'll still have that acceleration and low end torque with out breaking your wrist and on a hot day man don't wear all the protective gear, youll have a heat stroke before you get hit by anybody

      about 5 months ago
    • Ragimund VonWallat
      Ragimund VonWallat

      the yamaha bolt, the sportster you really want (and im a sportster fanboy)

      about 5 months ago
    • Tony Gao
      Tony Gao

      btw, this is honda yamaha motorcycle dealer on sh75 in dallas, tx

      about 5 months ago
    • TxChevroleT
      TxChevroleT In reply to Tony Gao

      Allen, Tx

      about 5 months ago
    • Dr. Leo Pardo M.D.
      Dr. Leo Pardo M.D.

      It irritates me when people call a bike an “entry level” machine.

      about 6 months ago
    • TheFirstCause
      TheFirstCause In reply to Dr. Leo Pardo M.D.

      @Derek Frampton PaPa-D Yeah the Bolt is not Rebel competitor. Iron 883, Kawasaki Vulcan S, Honda Shadow Phantom are its direct competitors.

      about 1 month ago
    • Derek Frampton PaPa-D
      Derek Frampton PaPa-D In reply to Dr. Leo Pardo M.D.

      especially when it's nothing of the sort.

      about 1 month ago
    • Curtis Sherwood
      Curtis Sherwood

      Sounds like a Honda Rebel 250. Get an H-D 883 instead. With an aftermarket exhaust it actually sounds like a MOTORCYCLE.

      about 6 months ago
    • keith brown
      keith brown In reply to Curtis Sherwood

      @Curtis Sherwood If you think that sounds like a rebel 250 you need to get better speakers. My comment was a play on yours , about how a real motorcycle should sound. The bolt sounds better with an aftermarket exhaust too. The 883 is one of the slowest motorcycles with one of the worst lean angles, it would likely get beat by a rebel 250 in every category. If shaking paint cans is what matters most, all the power to you, thats why they make more than one type of bike, but you came on hear to bash a motorcycle that is better than the one you compared it to, not sure why.

      about 3 months ago
    • Curtis Sherwood
      Curtis Sherwood In reply to Curtis Sherwood

      And just how is a real bike supposed to perform? I have a 2006 (carbureted) Sportster 1200, with aftermarket pipes and absolutely love it. I also have a 2002 Kawasaki Vulcan 750 that will outrun it, and is smooth and quiet. It is also drop dead boring. I keep it because it does make a good long distance solo touring bike. Since when are "smooth and quiet" considered "good things" when it comes to motorcycles. My Sportster shakes like a paint mixer and sounds like thunder. EXACTLY what I want from a MOTORCYCLE. Sportsters (and Harleys in general) are not about measurable performance. They are about making you feel good riding them. They are very visceral machines. Very crude and primitive. They appeal to the primal instincts we all still have, whether someone wants to admit it or not. If you choose a motorcycle based on it's spec sheet performance instead of it's actual riding experience, you are definitely missing out. If you want speed and handling, buy a crotch rocket. H-D does not make crotch rockets because that is not what H-D riders want.

      about 3 months ago
    • keith brown
      keith brown In reply to Curtis Sherwood

      too bad the 883 couldn't perform like a real bike though

      about 3 months ago
    • Robbie D
      Robbie D In reply to Curtis Sherwood

      When will H-D go bankrupt? Those recalls really hurt.

      about 4 months ago
    • Ragimund VonWallat
      Ragimund VonWallat In reply to Curtis Sherwood

      @MkP the bolt leave the 883 in the dust for cheaper,will run for ever, dont piss oil, better suspension, run smoother

      about 5 months ago
    • isaac88ig
      isaac88ig

      Hey Chooch, which is the better bike for someone 6'2 and over 230lbs, Kawasaki Vulcan S or the Yamaha Bolt R-Spec?

      about 6 months ago
    • Cool Guy
      Cool Guy In reply to isaac88ig

      isaac88ig a bigger Harley Davidson Softail or a dresser would be a better suit in my opinion

      about 4 months ago
    • R6 Ghetto Pro League
      R6 Ghetto Pro League

      This is the bike I want for my first bike

      about 6 months ago
    • dknsa
      dknsa

      I got one :) wouldn't change it for anything

      about 6 months ago
    • Benita Segal
      Benita Segal

      I LOVE my 2014 Bolt. By no stretch of the imagination would the Honda Rebel 500 or ANY Rebel come close to the performance of the Bolt. I had one and there is no way that Honda could keep up with my Bolt. Sorry but I think you are delusional. The heat must really be getting to you. LOL.

      about 7 months ago
    • TheFirstCause
      TheFirstCause In reply to Benita Segal

      Yeah he was making the wrong comparison. The most direct competitors is the HD Sportster Iron 883. Otherwise great video.

      about 1 month ago
    • changingfaces777
      changingfaces777

      Would you recommend this for a first bike?

      about 7 months ago
    • MotoChooch
      MotoChooch In reply to changingfaces777

      I think it can be but I also recommend riding the other two I recommend for first bikes. The Honda Rebel 500 or my personal favorite the Kawasaki Vulcan S. Every one of those machines can make a good start but it's up to how they feel to you. I'd say sit and ride them all as a demo to get a feel for what makes the best fit for you.

      about 7 months ago
    • winter time
      winter time

      I'm riding 25 years what is with the wrist action easy it on and you will still go as quick

      about 7 months ago
    • Bluesbrother
      Bluesbrother

      This is a god damn rumbling-good review video, thanks for all the informations and the technically good job with your action cams!

      about 7 months ago
    • MotoChooch
      MotoChooch In reply to Bluesbrother

      Thanks boss!

      about 7 months ago
    • kenny hildebrand
      kenny hildebrand

      Are you riding or working on a road crew?

      about 7 months ago