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ajroberts

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ajroberts says:

New bike'ish

I am trying to decide on a new bike. After walking around the MCN show over the weekend I got a few ideas....


Honda CBR 600 F 2011 onwards
Honda CBR 600 RR
Yamaha R6
Triumph Daytona

I am a big kid at heart and like sports bikes. 
Just want to know real peoples views on the bikes before I go and test them out.

cheers

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kawathrasher

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Posts: 1137

kawathrasher says:

My opinion

 

Triumph.... engines occasionaly implode

CBR600 ..... My first big bike and very capable

CBR600 RR..... Get the blade

R6.... What can i say LOVED MINE and still wish i had it but does take abit of muscle to get the best from it (also keep the front on the floor :wink:)

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babyblade41

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Posts: 7568

babyblade41 says:

had

both Hondas, 600f bullet proof my only rant if was a bit heavy for me,

RR wasn't impressed, agree get a blade.

Good luck

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Diablere

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Posts: 1437

Diablere says:

i bought a Daytona

4 months ago, having run litre bikes for as long as i can remember.

love it, its so differant (in respects to the engine) to anything i've had before, and very addicitive. certainly worth a test ride if nothing else!

 

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