Hahaha :roflmartix_agent said:r6 is wonderful, you wont' be dissapointed. know a guy who owns one and every time somebody rides it the rant and rave about hwo good it is. Why havent' i ridden it? cuz I'm 5'6 140 lbs and don't wanna lay his bike down.
I dont know what year I'll be getting, but its deff not going to be a new one (dont have the $$$ for that yet or the insurance costs).1337PAINTBALLER said:The R6 is one of my favorite bikes. Definitly grab one if you can afford it. They are very expensive though.
If you're on a price budget, look into an older Kawasaki Ninja ZX-7 or ZX-6R.
Yea I was thinking about the R1, I thought that would be completely badass but then started talking to some bike guys and on forums and realized its too much for a newbie hahaha. So the R6 was the next choice. I heard State Farm has good insurance rates for bikes and I'm deff getting some top equipment for protection.SWATORNOT said:I have test rode an R6 and an R1, by all means if this is your first bike stay away from the R1 let alone any gixxers.
The R6 is a fabulous bike to ride, easy to get into a corner and back up when coming out of them. the overall ride comfort is pretty good however i would plan on riding it long distances as your back will start to hurt from being hunched over for so long.
If you can afford this inssurance and the payments go for it...just remember these words of advice....
"Dress for the Crash not the ride"
Ive riden it...a lot...and Ive riden 929s...tons of 600s. I feel confident on it...Ive taken it to Myrtle Beach (hour drive) numerous times...so Im fine with it and very comfortable with it...1337PAINTBALLER said:Don't get a Busa you'll end up getting hurt on it. 1300cc is not the bike to start with...
1337PAINTBALLER said:Damn Katanas can push over 160?
I'm not a big fan of Katanas or as some people say "Canatuna" but I wouldn't mind one.
Got pics of it skurge?