Change of plan then, seems a decent 125 trials style road bike is too\nexpensive for us, was looking on ebay, found some right dogs, and the\nproblem of the 10 year old scrotes always wanting to knick the trials style\nbikes to run on the footie field may prove too much for us,\n\nSo we saw a few 125cc cruisers.. please don't laugh, we need a light bike,\ntho i am thinking with a cruiser type bike i'd tow it on the front wheel on\nthe tow bar of the van, pulling it on it's back wheel, not sure how legal\nthis is abroad, but it's easier than making a all wheels off carrier to fit\nthat size of bike.. easier on the back of me motorhome too, as i'm into\ntrain weight then when towing, so would keep my payload.\n\nAnyroad, firstly we saw the honda rebel, very nice, but still a bit pricey\nit seems, and that's only on ebay,\n\nBut just saw the hyosung cruise, seems these can be had very cheap, i really\ndon't care for brand names, infact i'm thinking a cheap chijaptiawanese bike\nwould pose less of a target to the theiving scrotes??\n\nBut are they any good? i want something to ride around for a few weeks on L\nplates, then pass me test and de-restrict it, and start riding with a pair\nof tits in me back.\n\nCan these things be de-restricted? i know if it were a honda, or yamaha\nthere's be hundereds of forums etc showing exactly how to de-restrict them,\nand how to add poncey bits to make you think your going faster etc.\n\nAre they really crap? we mainly want something that'll be fairly reliable, i\nam a mechanic but still would rather have something that dosent break down\nin the first place, i really don't care about re-sale value, just something\nthat's decent to ride, gets good fuel economy, and can be taken around with\nus behind the motorhome.. anyone use those bike tow thingies that tow on the\nrear wheel?