My gf wants to ride but is scared to death of the power of my 600. She wants the ninja 250 but id much rather see her on a baby blade(cbr 125). Anyone know where I can find one?
Keep in mind anything under 250cc is illegal to take on the freeway, which sounds all well and good until you realise that it probably can't reach freeway speeds. How many highways and fast streets are around you? Do you live on a hill? Important things to consider so your gf isn't flooring that little engine to get anywhere and being blown past by SUVs.
she rides dirt, on four wheels. I just think shes a little scared of the whole scenerio. my ex didnt give a rats ass how fast we went, she held on and kept her mouth shut. current gf is studying for the permit and then msf currently. she kinda scares me in that shes affraid of being with someone who can handle a bike on the highway yet wants to ride alone.she was afraid to be on the freeway at 75? and you think a 250 is too much? so what your saying is she cant handle a motorcycle and will wreck right away when you get her one?
I suppose you don't realize how fast 250 2 stokes are...go check out the GP times for 250 vs. 800she was afraid to be on the freeway at 75? and you think a 250 is too much? so what your saying is she cant handle a motorcycle and will wreck right away when you get her one?
It doesn't. I personally know 5 people who gave their hard earned cash to the dealer for this piece of crap. All of them were bored within 1 month of riding it. Its a good bike to learn basic skills on, but do not expect it to be fast.They said it is liquid cooled and fuel injected. Sounds like it goes good too!
Ha, Uhm... I know 2 people with one and it's not exactly a performance demon, it's about half as fast/powerful as the Ninja 250. If I recall correctly, I don't think it can make 60mph... think it tops out somewhere around 90km/h which is like 52 - 55mph and that's redlining it in 6th or whatever the top gear is. So basically, you're stuck to city driving with that bike.In the May 2009 issue of Rider Magazine, they have an article on the Lake Erie Loop. Its an annual event for bikes under 200cc. The last one was won by a CBR125R from Canada. They said it is liquid cooled and fuel injected. Sounds like it goes good too!