|QUOTE (tommiegunz @ Aug 30 2005, 16:17)|
| Hmmm... let see, is a 250 cc twowheeler a motorbike?|
I mean I don't have a lot of knowlegde in that sort of things.
yep it is.
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|QUOTE (BulletProofPatriot @ Aug 31 2005, 01:30)|
| Honda CBR900RR Fireblade.|
If not, I'd go with an R1, or the new Honda thing, that I forgot the name of. Its under its own class, extremely torquey.
Posted 07 September 2005 - 10:20 PM
|QUOTE (Dup @ Aug 4 2005, 16:17)|
| Hayabusa Turbo. It's big curvy and down right hardcore. it's not the kid of bike thats just a stiff bone shaking superbike, its almost good enoguh to be a sports tourer for going the distance.|
For most its just a toy though, and we all know why... FAAASSSSTTT!!!
As for mac... HA! Shoulda got a breaker mate like me, then writing it off wasn't so painfull. Coulda done a bit more to spectaculary write it off tho.
Posted 22 September 2005 - 11:14 AM
|QUOTE (dominguero @ Sep 7 2005, 22:20)|
It basically is a sports tourer, theyre mighty fast on a straight line.
Mind you, to be able to be a serious threat to the present line of liter bikes youre going to need to do some tuning. It may have more torque but on outright power its losing terrain.
And when you go do some serious twisties or a track day, you will get embaressed by those 600's. Especially the new 2006 R6 will seriously make you wonder why you went for a machine with 700cc more engine, but only roughly 35 hp more, but ALOT more weight and the handling of boat compared to those nimble little 600's.
Besides that, that front is downright ugly!!
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|QUOTE (anuj @ Aug 26 2007, 14:46)|
| I started on a 500 and it was pretty f*cking easy once I learned how to use the clutch properly. I'm 6'4", 180, so the bike is right about perfect size for me. I tried sitting on a 250 and looked like a f*cking idiot. Not to mention that it was sluggish as hell and about as attractive as Plan C at a bar. |
Trust me, if you're even slightly capable you should be fine on a 500 to start. If you're a smaller dude or a girl, then try out the 250 to start. Ninjas tend to retain their value decently so you should be able to trade up without too much loss. If you're anything like me though, after about a year and 5000 miles under your belt you might want a little more bike.
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|Do you like the BMW? I'd like to get a bike one of these days and that looks very nice.|
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