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Chrisred620

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Chrisred620 says:

Honda 1000rr or 600rr for 2nd bike

I have been riding my 99 sv650s for a year now and am looking for my next bike what would people recommend I'd like a cbr600rr but would I grow out of this after a year and get a fireblade? Or would it be worth just getting the fireblade first instead?

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preunit

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preunit says:

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1 X The blade:smile

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MarcusMarsh

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MarcusMarsh says:

1000 / 600

The 'Blade is an awesome bike.  If you can get insured on it then have one - just treat it with respect until you realise just what you have underneath you. 

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Chrisred620

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Chrisred620 says:

Blade

Ok so keep the sv another year to get some no claims the get a blade, any advice on what year is the best to have? Or what to look for?

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MarcusMarsh

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MarcusMarsh says:

Blade

You might have your eye on something more modern but I had a '98 RR-W back in the day, which was long considered the best blend between comfort, practicality and performance.  In fact, I toured Spain on it twice without any problems.  A decent example can be picked up for less than £3k now - a bargain in my opinion.       

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