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New Rider here (sort of).
Had dirt bike in High School and borrowed bikes in College sparingly.
Just got a used 1983 Yamaha xj650 and done a lot to get it running and working well (carbs,valve clearance, Brakes, starter solenoid etc) , but I want a new bike this year that of known reliability and a joy to ride. I'm not into speed but cruising the countryside at sub highway speeds.
I have admired the Enfields for some years now and researching the Classic 350 which is on my short list.
Going to do a lot of reading in the next weeks/months.
 

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New Rider here (sort of).
Had dirt bike in High School and borrowed bikes in College sparingly.
Just got a used 1983 Yamaha xj650 and done a lot to get it running and working well (carbs,valve clearance, Brakes, starter solenoid etc) , but I want a new bike this year that of known reliability and a joy to ride. I'm not into speed but cruising the countryside at sub highway speeds.
I have admired the Enfields for some years now and researching the Classic 350 which is on my short list.
Going to do a lot of reading in the next weeks/months.
I just purchased a classic 350 and have riden it for about 500 miles I love this bike,I ride it more than my honda goldwing ,go to the dealer ,the bike will sell itself good luck
 

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I have the 350 meteor yellow had it now 4 months and just over 2,000 miles for myself it is a great bike I ride 80 miles a day round trip for work I installed a trunk two hard saddlebags and a windscreen along with the cattle catcher engine guard it sets at 60 miles an hour and just purse without missing a Beat I am thinking very seriously thinking when the 650 meteor is available also purchasing that one and keeping my 350 meteor I enjoy this brand of motorcycle have not found any issues at all
 
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