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drc267

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drc267 says:

which bike

hi im new to this forum got a year left on cbt and going for full licence but not sure what bike to go for im thinking cbr600,zzr6,zxr6 . im 6 foot and weigh about 10.5 stone. always wanted the cbr 600 but there are a lot of nice bike out there

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Neilrawlins1

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Neilrawlins1 says:

Loads

Hello bud there is loads to consider and the main thing is to ride them all yourself, another thing to take into account is age ect i personaly went form a cbt to a ZXR400 then a ZXR600 (2000) then ZX6R (2007) then GSXR(2010) the ZX's are nice bike's they dont like rain and rust pretty bad but are amazing to ride and fast (not for easy riding or long distance) (IMO GSXR 600 (06-09) is bar far the best learner bike this is because: elec stering damp helps controle when your learning, nice and cumfy loads of room very planted, fast but not stupid, perfect road bike, over the years the gsxr was slated for not being great but suzuki didnt make to it be a track weapon they made it to be a good road bike and they hit the nail on the head with it !) so IMO if you want a 600 go for a gsxr its a awsome first 600 to learn on and is not going to throw you off unless you start to get stupid.

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