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Poll: Which of these bikes would you buy?

Petrol prices are rising and speed limits are lowering. Do we really need 180mph rocketships, or would we be just as happy with a bike that has much greater mpg but a lower top speed?   pollcomment

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mercymercyred

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sportsbikes rule

I live down in south devon and I am a high mileage rider on my cbr600f I have noticed that majority of riders I see and pass on the roads down here are sport bike riders older ones at that, the adventure bike market is too expensive at the moment for a lot of people who dont have a spare £10,000. I am going to test ride the nc700s when it comes out later this month only curious because of its high mpg and fuel tank range,I get between 52-60 mpg on my cbr600f 2011 its a magic bike with the best of both worlds comfy at fast or slow speeds and dead comfortable for someone who is 5'8 and a 30inch inside leg (both legs).

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svsteverf

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svsteverf says:

Yes I 'll stick with the 150mph, 40mpg.Life s too short to be boring.

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