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zosokam

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zosokam says:

GSXR touring?

Hello everyone. Having had a bandit 650 for a while and enjoying every bit of it, I'm now seriously thinking of going sportbike and buying a 2011 GSXR 600. While I really like the trackday capability of this bike, I would also like to use it on relatively short tours (anything from 2 to 5 hours), possibly 2 up, from time to time. Is it not such a good idea on a gixxer?
Also, is it really true that having tired and hurting wrists and arms mean that your position on the bike and use of your muscles is wrong? Thanks for your help

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SlowLearner

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SlowLearner says:

zosokam: gsxr600

Well done on the decision mate,  I don't think you'll be disappointed  :wink:

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George649

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George649 says:

Site rubbish

I've tried to go to your site re a quote but it does NOT work tried to call no answer??? Not a good start to your new venture:upset: and after searching the web found out it looks identical to BikemoversEurope.com, looks like you've just copied theres? but theres works and i got a quote!!

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George649

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George649 says:

Site rubbish

I've tried to go to your site re a quote but it does NOT work tried to call no answer??? Not a good start to your new venture:upset: and after searcing the web found out it looks identical to BikemoversEurope.com, looks like you've just copied theres? but theres works and i got a quote!!

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George649

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George649 says:

Poor website:-Bikemoversuk

I've tried to go to your site BikemoversUK re a quote but it does NOT work tried to call no answer??? Not a good start to your new venture:upset: and after searcing the web found out it looks identical to BikemoversEurope.com, looks like you've just copied theres? but theres works and i got a quote!!

you will have to try harder my son!!

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George649

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George649 says:

Poor service from bikemoversuk

I've tried to go to your site re a quote but it does NOT work tried to call no answer??? Not a good start to your new venture:upset: and after searcing the web found out it looks identical to BikemoversEurope.com, looks like you've just copied theres? but theres works and i got a quote!!

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bmwgs

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bmwgs says:

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i was looking at a street fighter sv650 for long riders on ect. but if i was you i would service the bandit and run that

most sports bikes have bad range like only 100miles to tank and the riding postion wih clip ons will mess up your back.

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