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Discussion in 'General Motorcycling Discussion' started by cnstr, Sep 10, 2003.
what if you have more than 1 bike?
go the 250"s
I cant be the only 900 rider where r all the others.
nope, you are not!
I would have thought there would be more big bike riders on here....
Go the 600's.
xjr 1300...there is a god
Remember boy's and girls, it's not the the size it's how you use it !
Had my 98 CB600 Hornet for 3 years now and have been able to keep up most things if not go past them .
That's a dirty lie
I guess, neither of you have seen my tongue then....
900's are cool
:evil: hey !!!!!! i'm not an L plater
Me Niether! CBR100F-A delight to ride.
I meant 1000F
I think here in australia there is a ignorance of the pressence of the motorbikes on the road, the car drivers arn`t yet educated with us. Therefore i decided to buy my 600 ducati monster. i think a 600 hundred size is perfect for riding in Australia, unless u are a very very careful rider (note my case though).
My opinion does not include the harleys or other cruissers, they are all fine even in antartica
I want one of those ----- vfr1200 ??
250cc's reign supreme
Interesting that there is a lot of 250's. Just moved from 250 to 1000 and I can say, W00T!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
1100cc twins rock!!!!!!
Zombie thread. Stab it in the brain....
Awesome thread revival, nearly 11 years!!
A smooth 1215 triple.