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post #1 of 52 (permalink) Old 02-02-2015, 04:12 PM Thread Starter
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If you weren't riding your 600RR

I searched and couldn't find another thread started so if I'm wrong someone please provide the link.
I'm just trying to start some discussion but if you weren't or when you aren't ridding your 600RR what would you be riding?

I know there's quite a few of us on here with more than 1 bike. So what else do you ride?

If you could have a completely different bike would you and which one?


Me personally am growing pretty fond of the 675R and am contemplating on buying one as a daily/street bike and keep the 600rr for track use only.
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My other bike is a Yamaha WR250R enduro. Really fun to ride around on the farm and it's a complete 180 from the CBR. Definitely helps understand different riding abilities and styles.

If I didnt have a CBR I would definitely have a 675R like you. I really like the looks of that bike and the upgrades that come stock are very nice.
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If I didn't have my 600 I'd be on a 1krr sp. But I love the 6 so I don't really see a thou happening.
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I'm driving my 2009 Chevy Silverado 4x4 if I'm not riding my bike.
The bike I have always wanted is a all black Ducati 848

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Nice! I've been wanting to get another enduro/dirtbike for a while, I just haven't had the motivation with the 600 in my garage lol.

I found this 675 in my area for a steal of a price, although it's not an "R" I still wouldn't mind this at all.
But you're right, stock quick shifter, carbon goodies, levers, brembo monoblocks, steel braided lines. Such good offers all stock for a hell of a price.
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I'm driving my 2009 Chevy Silverado 4x4 if I'm not riding my bike.
The bike I have always wanted is a all black Ducati 848
Ducs' are sooo nice. Even though it's not mine since I work at TST Industries I get to stare at this thing all day. Riding this bike definitely gives you a mindstate unlike any other bike.

(Sidenote) yes I know MANY people will say Ducati is all brand name, blah, blah, blah. I'm just saying that hopping on one of these machines gives you a feeling unlike many other bikes.

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If I didn't buy my 600rr I would have probably gone with the r6

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If I were replacing my track bike straight up, I think the newest generation Kawi 6R has the best goodies. For the street, I want something standard and a little funky, like a KTM Duke 390 or a salvaged SV650 or Monster ratbike.
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Ducs' are sooo nice.
And can be sooo bad. I had a 1098S, but upgraded to an RSV4 Factory.





Still love a 600RR on the track though.

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And can be sooo bad. I had a 1098S, but upgraded to an RSV4 Factory.





Still love a 600RR on the track though.



You've seen all the cool bikes huh? Got a S1000rr on your mind yet? lol
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Had a 2012 675R since Feb 12 & enjoy evrey minute of it

As much as I love the "R" I found a killer deal on a basic 675 and figured with the cash I'd be saving I could probably buy a quickshifter and levers. I understand you also get ohlins suspension and brembos as well. So I'm still debating. http://orlando.craigslist.org/mcy/4846025188.html
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If I didn't get such a good deal on my (new) CBR I would've gone for the R6.
But now I'm itching for an S1K!!!
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You've seen all the cool bikes huh? Got a S1000rr on your mind yet? lol
Not really, it's not an upgrade from what I'm riding. I would like this though...

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As much as I love the "R" I found a killer deal on a basic 675 and figured with the cash I'd be saving I could probably buy a quickshifter and levers. I understand you also get ohlins suspension and brembos as well. So I'm still debating. http://orlando.craigslist.org/mcy/4846025188.html
Sign up to sister web site triumph675.net and browse the bike sales i bet you can find a 675R with all the bells & whistles may be even a set up track bike for a reasonable price



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Ducs' are sooo nice. Even though it's not mine since I work at TST Industries I get to stare at this thing all day. Riding this bike definitely gives you a mindstate unlike any other bike.

(Sidenote) yes I know MANY people will say Ducati is all brand name, blah, blah, blah. I'm just saying that hopping on one of these machines gives you a feeling unlike many other bikes.

A Ducati 900ss was the bike that got me into bikes...come to think of it a Ferrari F355 was the car that got me into cars...explain yourself Italy!

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Ummmm.... Gixxers are so comfy to me, it's like pizza and soda!!
...indigestion?

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If I could afford it, I would buy one of these. I guess I gotta wait until after college

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I love my 600rr and my 5th gen Prelude but I am really looking into getting a Ducati 848 streetfighter this spring. This one is for sale fairly close to me, Im just hoping that it holds out for about another month or so...
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I love my 600rr and my 5th gen Prelude but I am really looking into getting a Ducati 848 streetfighter this spring. This one is for sale fairly close to me, Im just hoping that it holds out for about another month or so...
Those are so sick. You have good taste in Italian women. I prefer, the hairy ones.

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Bike i'd love to try that would be very different from my six, would be the 899
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Started on a Ninja 250R, sold that for a 600RR, added a ST3R, added R6, added Grom. Overall, I'm finding the ST3R to be the go to bike.

Something different? Maybe a S1000RR or RSV4. Or maybe Aprilia SXV550 or Honda CRF450? Or maybe a KTM 690SMC? So many cool bikes... as you can tell I have problems making up my mind.
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I'm on this when I'm not riding the 600RR or wife




I want to add a cafe racer to the garage as well




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Originally I was going to buy a triumph thruxton for that reason; digging that cafe racer look...but it was only a 5 speed and really heavy.

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I LOVE the 899 Panigale but that would be more of a trade my cbr in for it kind of bike. I dont really need two sport bikes. My only qualm with the 899 is if I am going to be getting a newer Ducati I really want a single sided swingarm, and I want something slightly different in my new motorcycle anyways. My real dream bike would be a 2008 Ducati Sport Classic 1000 Biposto but those things are damn near impossible to find
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