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For good reason. In the city, a 250 is the way to go. My first riding experiences were on cheap 175/125/250cc bikes in southeast Asia.
They are a lot of fun.
Love the small bikes.
Long Live Shervin Of The North!
Too many years of big-bikes-only hasn't done the industry any favours.
Nor has the lack of low seat height bikes been a good idea.
For the most part anyway.
Many moons ago I had a little motorcycle shop. It was orientated towards sport bikes and racing.
I was asked many times why I had a little GPz550 instead of the 1100.
It was more fun in the turns....
It braked a whole lot better than....
It didn't punish me as hard when I got stupid with the throttle....
It was cheaper on insurance...
It was more fun at the race track....
I had a blast riding a Ninja 250 around Mission this year. A track day, just for fun, but I thoroughly enjoyed it.
I can have fun on a big bike too, but I don't dismiss the little guy ;-)
They are hard to do Mad Max 360s on, that is true!
chicken strips are a sign of intelligence
unless you're at the track ;)
honestly, and i know its an unpopular opinion.. i cant stand them... purpose built i guess, but really one more!!??, ooooohhhhhhhh gggggggaaaaaaaawwwwwwdddddddd........
a whole 25HP you say!!
Last edited by bacchus40; 11-29-2013 at 10:44 PM.
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