Which brand of motorcycles is the easiest to rebuild?


Quick Answer

Japanese motorcycles, particularly those built by Honda and Yamaha, tend to be the easiest motorcycles to rebuild, restore and maintain. Motorcycles built during the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s also tend to be easier to rebuild than more modern motorcycles regardless of manufacturer due to their relative lack of complex technology.

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Honda and Yamaha motorcycles are both popular and highly reliable, so parts for rebuilding these motorcycles are plentiful and many bikes may only need small amounts of work to restore to working condition. While some other motorcycles such as the Bultaco Sherpa are considered easy to maintain and rebuild, parts for these motorcycles are harder to find due to their rarity or the closure of the original manufacturer.

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