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Nov 06

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Refactoring page topic... proper hierarchy.

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Nov 12

Posts: 9

roadglue says:

Great bike

I got mine instead of a bigger bike and restricting it to 33bhp.It feels really nice to ride and as comfy as these sort of bikes get.I have done 3 hours motorway without a break but i needed one by the end.

Does 170-200 miles before the fuel light comes on and stays on.

They get to 90 without much trouble and mine does 100 with 1k left before redline but i've never felt the need to redline it in top gear.But you can do 80 all day long without really stressing the bike or your comfort.

Obviously the new ninja 300 is better but if you want a cheaper bike that is capable of a ton, good on fuel and fun to ride, the 250r is worth a look.

I think the build quality is pretty good.I'm not a regular washer and polisher of bikes but at 5 years old its still clean and mostly rust free.

Eventually you will want something more powerful when restriction and age allows but i'm not in a hurry to get rid of mine as i do a lot of commuting and its plenty fast enough and fuel efficient for that.If i was a big weekend biker i'd probably be in more of a hurry but for now i'm still happy

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