2013 Honda CBR 500R Review And Testdrive How To Save Money And Do It Yourself!

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TheJamShot: Great review dude! You should really do more of them and on many different bikes. Please also do the Ninja 300 sometime. Ciau

Sebastien Defrance: +CagerOnTwoWheels Thanks for this video, I watched it some months ago and I want this bike as my first bike since :)

J.A.Ratt85: so you are 5’8 1/2. so. about a foot shorter than me 😀 what’s the push to pass thing?

pierceton mazell: Rofl ur ass shakes a lot so girls would like this bike lmao

Paul Bruk: Could you do a review on the CBR 650? Do you have it in Portugal yet?

TheVoosters: Entertaining mate, you’re fun to listen to :)

Stepehen Rundle: How old do you have to be to ride one’ Also I’m 19 years of age, And planning on getting this or CBR125R for a first bike (training) this if I’m able to. I’ve never ridden a bike before and I’ve got the cash’ I don’t want ride something like CBR125R so Hoping can get this

حسان توكل: can i get the price please

matt kukla: very nice r

Marcus Boyer: Is it mph

Gary D’netto: Very nice and informative video. I currently own a CBR250R for the past 2 year and looking to upgrade to the CBR500R. This bike is to be launched in the 1st quarter of 2014 here in India. Your video made it just that easier to make that decision, thank you.

Kiki Arts: Honda should give you discount on the next bike you buy, you’re selling it for them ;)

cngogogo: super cool review. beautiful town, thanks for vid

cybrough: Of the three 500’s which did you like the most?

Steve FosterDavis: Very nice review, thank you.

bannajirocks: too much camera movement. makes dizzy

Bernardo Santos: muito bom, obrigado pelo review. im 18 and im taking a2 right now, still trying to pick one of the cb500s right now but this helps alot. ultimately i think im going to have to test drive them. obrigado!

Lỳ Cu: :v So Echo. ho ho ho

MrFaggyclause: Awesome review thanks!

ylism: Don’t get your hopes too high, they are having valve shim issues, even at 6,000 miles, where your bike doesn’t unless it goes bad. Go to the Honda CBR500R Forum and look up the subject Valve clearance check. The facts Yes they are nice bikes, better than I first thought, regarding the seats, it seems the first ones in had different seats, more like the 600rr type, don’t get it but they have been changed, and much better now.

Do your research. They still have many good things, like good mpg.

valley lloyd: In the states they’re called the cbr500r

CagerOnTwoWheels: Also wrong. CBR471R. Really? Dont be so nitpicky. D The nc 700 is then the nc647.

Mike Alonzi: i would go for the 500 R, its a rideable bike and it is also future proof meaning that you will last alot longer without getting bored of it or feeling the need for an upgrade. that is if you can afford the difference.

Riding with Charles: Great review, sir! I would definitely like to own one of those some day.

sammywhythim777: adequate job of not murdering your ass Haha that made me laugh! Good review 🙂

zwebx: where are you from?

Ichi Black: I’ve watched a few of your videos and I have to say I love them! Your commentary is fun and enlightening! I’ll hopefully be picking one of these up tomorrow!

TheChris1610: I´m about 1,90m would you recomend the cbr500r or do you think it would be to small for me?

HeartlessEnigma: Thanks for the great review!

Jeremy D: Nice job on the review. The naked one has quicker steering probably because of either wider bars or more upright steering geometry. Now that the Suzuki SV650’s price is really high, this will do well.

In 2000, when I bought my naked SV, it was $6k. Now, they’re $8k. They’re nice bikes, but not worth $8k. Ditto for the V-Strom.

LTCirabisi: the cbr600rr is really the cbr599rr aswell.

myleftearful: That’s a great review, genuinely! I’ve been biking 39 years with out a break and I’m thinking of buying the CBR500R. I’ve already owned a NC700X which is one of the best bikes Honda has ever built- a unintentional sports bike and perfect for the mountains where Iive. Once again, a really good report and that would put some so-called professional testers to shame (I’m thinking of bloody MCN UK)

Carlos Pinto: PS: Amigo, subscrevi. D O canal tá muito bom.

Vladdi111: as for the cb 500 f how much does the wind affect you at higher speed. I am a new rider and I am wondering which to get ( between the r and the f ) I sat on both at the dealer and prefer the feel and riding position on the f

Macca MacDonald: You’re actually a really good reviewer. D

drakath726: Would you recommend this bike as a first for a beginner?

2502stokebloke: get the cbr500r it looks like a superbike

Michael Rakowski: Great reviewer, pleasant to listen, thanks to you I have found myself to be owner of 500r. Come around uk for a ride and i buy you a box of chocolates to say Thank You. Cheers 😛

eurikastock: I also thought why they called it a 500. I’ve now done 350kms on mine. It does not have ABS but never found it a problem as I’ve only locked up the rear once. Tyres are still new and still getting used to the bike. Around town I found it lacking compared to my old ZZR250.

I think this is probably to the gearing as I’m 1,000RPM under wher the 250 sits. 1st 2nd jerks. Especially around round-a-bouts, better sitting in 3rd, then kicking down.

The engine break on emergency stop works well.

Tiago Sousa: óptimo teste drive 😉 eu particularmente testei a cb500F e adorei mas estou seriamente a pensar optar, pela cb500x, mais pelo estilo de mota em si. sabes me dizer se haverão alterações no handling ou na top speed? esta na hora de trocar a minha pcx por algo mais QB ;))

CagerOnTwoWheels: I agree. If you just want the 500 to keep as your big bike forevah, get that instead of the 300. If you are already eyeing that R6. stick with the cheaper 300.

michael woodson: pending Insurance Co. getting the unfaired Standard labeled bike would be cheaper while retainging the same performance

Tonyyh23: Would this be a good starter bike? I feel like getting a 250 would be too slow for me and I would get tired of it very soon

Nagib Johari: Nice review man. Just officialy launched yesterday in Malaysia

redzuan romli: do you know the maximum size of the tire that can be applied with the rim?

samneibiew: Hi cager, which bike do you think is better? The er6f (ninja650r) or the CBR500r?

TheMegamsp: Parabéns pelos vídeos. Não sei se és português, se sim, falas de forma fluente o inglês. E assim tens concerteza, muitos mais seguidores dos teus vídeos de todo o mundo. Gostaria de ver um teste à Crosstourer com Dct, será possível?

Não fizeste ainda nenhum teste a uma Honda com caixa de dupla embraiagem? Falta de motas com Dct para teste, ou pura simplesmente não gostas? Um abraço da Madeira.

CagerOnTwoWheels: I saw. tried to approve the vid response, but nothing appears in my inbox. Plesea re-submit the vid response 🙂

cbr9927: This is more of a sports touring bike to me, not a canyon carver.

Goodman Darren: Nice riding. I am window shopping and this helpful. Looks like your ready for 600.

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