The 2020 Honda Monkey is great for experienced riders who know how to handle a five-speed manual transmission. A lot of fun in a small and super affordable package, the Monkey comes along at just $3,999.
The model has become one of the most popular in Honda’s complete collection, and for good reason. It shares the same engine as another favorite, the Grom, with a 125cc single-cylinder that packs a punch of 9 hp. While the specs may not be that impressive, there is no denying that the Monkey delivers one fun ride.
Harley-Davidson Iron 1200
Although this bike just came out earlier in 2020, it has a sort of classic, retro aesthetic reminiscent of the AMF era. At nearly $10,000, the sporty motorcycle comes along with higher handlebars and a V-twin engine.
It offers a lot of the same features as the Forty-Eight but with a smaller price tag. The Iron 1200 takes the Sportster to an all-new level. As of now, the bike is available in Barracuda Silver, Billiard Blue, and Vivid Black.
The TW200 hit the scene in 1987 and has proven to provide riders with safety and durability throughout the course of its existence. The suspension is a bit limited, and you don’t necessarily want to take her on the highway.
Still, the 2020 model of Yamaha’s TW200 is a great off-road bike, thanks to its fat tires and smooth motor. The machine has now been on the market for more than three decades, and basically the only upgrade it received is a front disc brake.
Herald Scrambler 125
The 2020 Herald Scrambler 125 is sold in the UK and produced in China. And, at just $3130, you couldn’t expect a luxury bike. But compared to a lot of China-made bikes in the same price range, it’s actually not that bad of a ride.
It does weigh less than 280 pounds, so it’s not the sturdiest or strongest, but it’s perfect for getting from point A to point B, especially in paved areas. It has a low seat, with the signature scrambler-style saddle, perfect for shorter rides.
Moto Guzzi V9 Roamer
The 2020 Moto Guzzi V9 Roamer is the ideal bike for long road trips and those who are looking to pack it up and go. The bike provides a smooth and glamorous ride, along with the versatility that Moto Guzzis are well-known for.
With an 850 twin-cylinder, a 19” front wheel and matte black, diamond-cut finish, the Roamer is as stylish as it is rewarding. And, at a price tag of just $9,990, you can ride one off the showroom floor without breaking the bank.