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Old 09-22-2012, 10:07 PM   #21
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ill rent you a Kymco Xciting 500RI?
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Old 09-22-2012, 11:08 PM   #22
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ill rent you a Kymco Xciting 500RI?
Oh, appreciate the offer.
However I am looking for Naked/Sport/Sport-touring bike.
Thank you.
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Old 09-25-2012, 12:05 AM   #23
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I rarely saw anything above 275cc in vietnam. If I did ever see a sportbike over there, I'd know that person is probably wealthy.
there is some truth in that, considering the sportbikes are twice what they cost here, but they are everywhere these days.

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Haha. Not really. But I like your comment.
If you were in Vietnam, you may notice that the traffic here is not so good. Lots of small motorcycles, scooters on the road. Big bikes are not a good choice for daily commute to work.
Most, if don't want to say All of the big bike riders they just choose weekend to ride.
And where to ride? May be just gather in a coffee shop and chit chat. May be ride out to the country side, to highlands...
If you go to the right place, for sure your surprise would be very nice!
i would never own a big bike in vietnam, period. such a waste of power. there's no room to open them up. i'll stick to my little scooters when i'm over there. i was just in vung tau last december.
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Old 09-26-2012, 12:59 AM   #24
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Hahaha... Sometimes, you just need to have a bike, start it up in the morning to hear the sound, feel the bike power and it's beauty... and that's all.
However, don't worry, if you need somewhere you can pull the throttle to get 150mph, I will show you, if you need more than 4 hundred turns within 50-60miles, I can show you too.
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Yeah, it's near to my ride time in Texas. Hill Coutry gonna be fun...
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