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    Registered User Array Cole's Avatar
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    Moriwaki MD250H

    Hi,

    Anyone running one of these? I'm still on the quest for a 125-class bike that I can properly learn to ride track on. I was just recently at The Ridge for the California Superbike School and it renewed my interested in track riding.

    I really like the idea of the Moriwaki MD250H but I'm worried that it will be too small for me. I'm 5'8 and 165 lbs. Thoughts?

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    Registered User Array stevezx12r's Avatar
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    I'm 6'5" 210lbs and competitively race a ninja 250r, I think you'd be just fine on the Moriwaki...

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    Registered User Array tooloudrl's Avatar
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    It's not to small. Good luck finding anyone running one of those around here

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    Moderator Array CG's Avatar
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    I'm around your size and I fit on a 125 comfortably. If your in town this saturday, come to the Pitt Meadows track day, i'll have my 125 out there, you can take it for a few laps if you wish.
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    My what?
    http://forums.13x.com/showthread.php?t=309421

    Since we're on the subject.
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    you are aware that bike is like 13,000 new.

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    You won't be able to race it in the 250 series that they have here, just FYI. But is looks like it would make a great track bike. Question is why not just get a Ninja 250 or even the 300 if you just want a track bike instead of racing? Would be much easier to fix, find parts for etc.
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