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I made it two automatic bikes in a row when I took out this nice NC750X straight after the Crosstourer.
It is basically a small Crosstourer, perhaps perfect and more suitable for new or beginner riders, or people looking to get back into riding with an emphasis on rider safety and ease of riding.

£6900 only! There is no real rival at that price level.It can carry two comfortably but not that powerful.

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    Wednesday, March 25 2015, 07:09 PM - #Permalink
    Another good review Ade. Looks like an ideal bike for a new rider to cruise around on or even commuting
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    Friday, March 27 2015, 07:03 PM - #Permalink
    Thanks for sharing.
    Looks like a great bike. I think honda have really got something with these DCT models. There must be a lot of people who would really like this style of riding a bike. Must be good on the way to work and back.

    Too small for me so the xtourer in the other thread is much better for me. Not sure if dct will be a bit too easy for me and i might miss the gear changing stuff.
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    Saturday, March 28 2015, 08:02 PM - #Permalink
    Bit down on power for my liking but i understand for a normal rider who wants safe riding that this is perhaps untouchable and unrivalled.
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    Monday, March 30 2015, 02:34 PM - #Permalink
    It is a truly great bike. Its not for me personally either as I would miss raw power that scared me, but its a perfect, perfect bike for others.
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    Wednesday, April 01 2015, 03:23 PM - #Permalink
    I have no idea how well this automatic technology on bikes is currently doing but, like cars, i do see this getting more popular for a lot of different peoples and styles of riding.
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    Thursday, April 02 2015, 10:54 AM - #Permalink
    MrZippy wrote:

    I have no idea how well this automatic technology on bikes is currently doing but, like cars, i do see this getting more popular for a lot of different peoples and styles of riding.

    Yeah zippy, it is a great idea. I think one problem is that it mostly , at present, only appeals to niche riders so there is no great amount of money it and hence not many manufacturers are investing in it but they all will at some point.
    I admit that i rider a bike myself as the full experience is really exciting and its good for my ego as i feel like a god so an automatic bike does take someting away from the experience and one can feel less of a bike, which is sad but true.
    Still, I am getting older.. one day this bike will be perfect as i will need less to worry about but still enjoy motorcycling.
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    Sunday, April 12 2015, 06:41 PM - #Permalink
    This bike make a lot of sense to a new rider or for somebofy who wants to take it real easy on the street.
    looks good IMHO. i like the way you can ride it manually if you want to. good fuel economy as well.
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