VLOG - CFMOTO 650NK Ride Review!

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Enjoy my on road review of the CFMOTO 650NK Motorcycle!

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VLOG - CFMOTO 650NK Ride Review!


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  1. pipboychronicles said on July 13, 2013 7:49 pm:

    Maybe because its A. Still bedding in / not my bike and B. Australia have
    no tolerance for speeding. I am not going to loose my license for your
    entertainment, don’t like it then leave. I have “fun” in plenty of videos
    but this isn’t one of them.

  2. Richard Young said on July 18, 2013 2:40 am:

    Sorry to disappoint you Valentino Rossi. We’ll flog a new bike, lose a
    licence and pop some monos just for you soon. We must keep the heroes
    entertained who jump behind a keyboard and mouth off.

  3. TheSpyChecker said on July 19, 2013 6:33 pm:

    The setting looks extremely familiar. What suburb is this?

  4. brookswado said on July 20, 2013 4:51 am:

    Nice review, niiiice bike!! It’s annoying that the speedo and fuel gauge
    crap. I wonder if it would be better to just bounce the whole cluster and
    install an aftermarket set-up like the Acewell units?? I’m really tempted
    to buy this bike, so just pricing mods in advance 🙂

  5. pipboychronicles said on July 20, 2013 1:28 pm:

    I will be doing a follow up review in the this week hopefully just looking
    for some nice weather so watch out for that. The bike has had some
    electrical issues since and the speedometer dropping out completely, they
    also seem to have new models now with black subframe and new primary
    colours. Personally I would consider the CBR500R now that is out and a
    similar price 🙂

  6. HRGE GUAT said on July 30, 2013 8:10 am:

    I am getting sleepy of watching. Dont know if this is the way you always
    drive, but whats the purpose of having such a motorcycle and ride it like a
    scooter. I dont think they have speed sensor every block.. to go that slow.

  7. pipboychronicles said on July 31, 2013 2:30 am:

    I do the speed limit* and as already said it was bedding in and it is not
    my bike.

  8. Richard Young said on August 2, 2013 10:59 am:

    It’s my bike, it’s new and it’s a little thing called respect. I’m all for
    him giving it abit of stick now it’s worn in etc but there’s no point
    losing a licence for the sake of entertaining Youtube heroes

  9. Scooby DooA said on September 2, 2013 6:54 am:

    The question is: how long will this bike last? 6 months or 1 year without
    problems seems impossible. I don’t want to be mean, but most of chinese’s
    stuffs are useless and trashes! 🙂

  10. Daniel said on September 13, 2013 8:00 am:

    *ALERT* Stay FAR FAR AWAY from Cfmoto and anything they produce. A friend
    of mine recently purchased this as his first LAMS-approved bike, and he’s
    just washed his hands off it after only 2,000kms. He purchased it brand new
    and after such a short time was having major electrical issues. The tacho
    was temperamental after only 800kms, and at about 1,500 stopped working
    altogether. The mechanic also said there were valve problems which would
    require expensive repairs later on down the track.

  11. Daniel said on September 13, 2013 8:02 am:

    We both got our L’s at the same time and I purchased a Kymco Venox – I’ve
    just hit the 4,000km mark and have no issues so I highly recommened going
    that for your first bike over this. No offence pipboy, but this thing is a
    lemon and a half!

  12. edjujo428 said on September 17, 2013 7:21 pm:

    Great bike! to alacanse of those who can not buy a Japanese bike This bike
    has very good performance and also very good reviews Congratulations and
    enjoy it, saludos desde Argentina

  13. touchsmartNZ said on September 23, 2013 12:20 pm:

    Having a cfmoto 650nk – i have to agree with almost all your opinions….
    although having bigger feet than you gearing isnt a issue my end, but power
    for a LAMS bike… not sure who passed it lol. I’m 6’1, 120kg – and it pops
    up the front wheel in first and second at speed if i sit casually lol..

  14. touchsmartNZ said on September 23, 2013 12:27 pm:

    And living in Cairns, on a 30+ degree day, it gets VERY hot lol

  15. touchsmartNZ said on September 27, 2013 9:31 am:

    mines done nearlly 2400k’s – zero issues… all brands, makes, models
    sometimes have issues…. luck of the draw with anything these days…
    those issues should still be covered by warrenty aswell..

  16. Robert Garden said on October 13, 2013 11:46 am:

    My mates 650nk just hit 15000 ks and the only problem he had was the
    passenger seat fell off it runs well for a Chinese bike

  17. marlboro moro said on October 15, 2013 8:44 am:

    I wish someone would do a review like this for the naked hyosung gt650 lol.
    Thanks for the review, quite informative.

  18. pipboychronicles said on October 16, 2013 7:37 am:

    Yup you really need to make sure it locks down, we noticed the same on this
    one but they just stay on now 🙂

  19. irfan mushedup said on January 24, 2015 9:33 pm:

    love watching these people bashing chinese product…when their own country
    produce nothing. at least they try you know….

  20. TheJontykallis said on July 18, 2015 5:55 am:

    It is illegal to ride without lights on in Victoria