I didn't think they were that expensive. I would rather have two liter bikes for that price :eek
I'm not a big Duc fan, but the MH900e looks the biz to me. Beautiful, and that swingarm, babay!:eekRyan R said:I didn't think they were that expensive. I would rather have two liter bikes for that price :eek
That's the one. They had one at RMS last summer and it looks better in the flesh.Ryan R said:This is it if I am not mistaken right ?
As much as I hate Duc's, and think they're a bear to ride. The Bostrom rep looks the biz. Now that's a colour scheme! Some really nice trick bits on it too. How much they want for the Boz rep?absolutdm said:Actually they still have one at RMS.. at least as of Thursday. Sitting right next to that shiny Ben Bostrom Race Rep. 998S.. now that's some coin..
I know, I know. That's part two of the story. Let me dream for a bit why don't you?Ryan R said:Go for it man if you can come up with the coin, but I know two weeks after you get it if you get it you will be cruising around on it
Can't comment on the 748 and the 99x series but the 900SS I had was the sweetest bike of all time to ride. The 9R is arguably a better bike in every way but the Supersport fit like your favourite pair of soft slippers. I felt much more like the bike was part of ME than I was a part of the bike. The 9R is so fat between the knees that sometimes I wonder who is riding who.Hu99 said:
As much as I hate Duc's, and think they're a bear to ride......
Aarrgghh!! It's too easy....must resist....:tredmillBMatthews said:
Hows that for an straight line opening for you
Take something about the size and weight of a Ninja 500. Make the handling feel like a finely tuned 600 class bike but somehow retain a solidly stable feel as it carves through corners. Add some one finger stoppie capable brakes. Then top it off with a torquey twin that supplies a real world accessable solid push when you roll it on coming out of corners. And then there is the sound of a twin barking through a pair of lightly packed "mufflers".bl1tz said:what's so special about that bike?