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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#151 - fuzz
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(04/05/2014) [-]
So, who here rides a motorcycle?
#202 to #151 - nipplelessmage
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NOT THE GUY IN THE GIF
User avatar #203 to #202 - nipplelessmage
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not anymoreanyway
User avatar #165 to #151 - mrgoodlove
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I would, but I'm..... Two tired
User avatar #159 to #151 - smokingman
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Ain't got no pics on this computer, but I ride a Benelli TNT.

Is that a SV650?
#219 to #159 - fuzz
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OF FREAKIN' COURSE IT IS!
Love me some Benelli though, just that bit more exotic than a Ducati but not ridiculous expensive like an MV.
User avatar #158 to #151 - married
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Im buying one this summer befor I go to college. Iv already got my license but the only thing is, I dont know how much mileage I should buy one with
User avatar #160 to #158 - smokingman
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What do you want to get?
User avatar #161 to #160 - married
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I want to get a medium sized one, something sporty. I want a ninja but I got one of those and it just felt huge
User avatar #164 to #161 - smokingman
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Something around the 600 cc, then?

I love 600 cc sports bikes, they're really agile and fun to push.
Too bad that I'm 1,8 m, they feel too small and uncomfortable to use every day.

I don't really like japanese sports bikes, but Ninjas are really good value.
The newest 1000 cc one has almost 200 hp, if i'm not mistaken, and it still costs less than a Panigale.
User avatar #167 to #164 - married
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Ya I was on the 600 or 10 00cc one I dont remember, iv only got $3000 right now but by may I should have $3,500 to spend on a bike and thats without buying a helmet and gear. I just want a motorcycle thats agile fast and grips the road the best
#182 to #167 - bavmann
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I'd skip the supersport, your going into college and you'll probably need all the money you need. I got a 650r which is plenty quick (will do 0-60 in 3.5sec and top out at 130), but it cost me about 1/4 to fully insure than a SS would. You've been riding long or is this your first bike?
User avatar #184 to #182 - married
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This would be my first bike. I also wont need money because ill be getting 200 a month for being in the marine reserves. Also how much is insurance. And I might get a bike, I forget what its called I thinks its a duel sport, but it can go off road but its mainly a street bike
User avatar #218 to #184 - fuzz
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My advice would be a dual sport, 650/500 twin. They will be quicker than pretty much every car you see on the road. Plus the 650/500 twins are usually pretty good at running rings around faster riders, most race school instructors use the CB500.
My advice isn't golden but I hope you do get a bike and you will enjoy the **** out of it. I know I do
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User avatar #220 to #218 - married
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I dont think I can afford a 500cc. All I have is $3000 right now but what is the mileage of ammotorcycle befor it stops working because most of the ones that iv looked at that are $3000 have 2000-7000 miles on them. Also I might get a Honda cbr250 because that fit me pretty well.
User avatar #229 to #220 - fuzz
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(04/06/2014) [-]
I'm from Britland so not sure on used prices but you can pick up a used 500cc for well under £1000 (about $1600). Most are usually over 10 years old but due to the low strung engines they are pretty much solid as long as basic maintenance is carried out.
CBR250s are good bikes though