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Class 2b Cruiser Bikes Question


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Hello Riders,


Complete noob here! I have just started my Class 2B journey at BBDC having just turned 40. Part of my plan for a mid life crisis was to start riding now. Haha. 


I have always liked Cruiser bikes and I wanted your feedback and opinions about the best Class 2b Cruisers I can start looking at. I see there are options such as Keeway, Daelim and Hyosung on the classifieds. I understand though that some may be better than others especially when it comes to being able to easily find parts for maintenance if needed (which will most surely occur).


Would any bros be able to assist with their expert opinions on best options and possible dealers/workshops with these things in mind? 

Sorry if my question sounds too simplistic but I am trying to think ahead here and the best place to get proper answers is from experienced bros here. 



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Are you looking at new or used?

There's not much in the market for 2B cruisers to be honest, and a lot of the used ones are incredibly old so you must be willing to learn a bit of electrical work and engineering to pinpoint problems.

Daelim Daystars and the Honda TA200 Phantoms are rock solid options in the used section, but most of the ones I see on Carousell, I can tell they're easily gonna crap out after half a year or so just on pictures alone. But it's really going to be your BEST shot at buying a used cruiser that has seen some recent use. Used bikes sitting in dealer lots tend to rot away unlike the brand new ones.

The TA200's seem to still have aftermarket components being made in Thailand because of how many of those things are floating around the market even though they haven't made them in 2 decades, anything you cannot get (like engine block and top end components) are not a problem, because if it happens your bike is legally bound for the scrapyard anyway.

If you're looking for new bikes off the lot, your only real choice is a Bajaj Avenger 160 from Universal Motors.

In my personal opinion, I'd rather save the money, until you at least hit Class 2, thats where the options really open up for cruisers because the international market has largely abandoned the sub 500cc market.

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