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Old 03-16-2011, 04:00 PM   #21
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Old 03-16-2011, 04:05 PM   #22
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About to hit my 1k miles mark. Finished my MSF 2/13/11. No experience, went right to a 600 SS. Looking back over the past month of riding, I can say I love my SS. No regrets, but, there are times I wish I had a 250, or even 650, probably would have been much further along in 1k miles than I am now, but, no regrets. I am a patient man however.
I have a 650 (sort of) with no prior experience but after 2 years, 10k miles, I wish I had a 600 sportsbike. What do you mean "there are times I wish I had a 250, or even 650"?

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Old 03-16-2011, 04:30 PM   #23
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Great bike to learn on, yet entertaining enough to keep as a commuter/daily Nearly 2 years and I am still enjoying riding the 650r

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haha and yeah a ninja 650 is quite fun to begin with..if you want the sport look just upgrade to the sports bars..and it's cheaper on insurance...then again i only run with full coverage insurance lol
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I have a 650 (sort of) with no prior experience but after 2 years, 10k miles, I wish I had a 600 sportsbike. What do you mean "there are times I wish I had a 250, or even 650"?
Because I feel that my skills are progressing slower than some of my friends, mostly because I am much more cautious. There is also times on my commute I wish for a bit more of a "caddy" ride. Don't get me wrong though, I wouldn't trade my SS for anything, but, if I could have two ...
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Because I feel that my skills are progressing slower than some of my friends, mostly because I am much more cautious. There is also times on my commute I wish for a bit more of a "caddy" ride. Don't get me wrong though, I wouldn't trade my SS for anything, but, if I could have two ...
Maybe you just have less skill. Just saying.
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Maybe you just have less skill. Just saying.
, your totally right! I think i'll go sell my bike and ride the short bus with the rest of the window lickers, cause I obviously suck after 1 month of riding.
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