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Hope you guys don't mind a new member posting this. I'm going to be buying a Ninja 300 ABS next month, and I'm the type who does all his research. I found quite a few professional reviews of the bike, so I thought I'd share them with you here.
Of course, none of this will tell anybody here anything new - they love the bike, love the power for the size, think it's the most fun and practical thing anywhere remotely near its price range. Only gripes I've seen are that it's on the expensive side for its size (though no one denies that it's worth that price), that the brakes can feel spongy (though everyone says there's plenty of stopping power), and that there can be some build quality issues with the fairing (as so many of you guys are discovering). All in all, overwhelmingly positive response. Thought you might like to see it.
The Honda Interstate, Suzuki Boulevard C90T B.O.S.S. and V-Star 1300 are the new breed of light-heavyweight touring cruisers. All are smaller and lighter than the heavyweights and all cost less than $15K. Read on to see which one comes out on top.
Living in California has a number of perks, but I never expected riding Ducatis with Ziggy Marley would be one of them. But that's what happened on May 10 when Bob Marley's offspring debuted their new DVD, "Marley Africa Road Trip."
The fuel-injected Kymco Compagno starts up easy and has plenty of power for urban commuting. Scaling in at purported dry weight of 198 lbs and equipped with a CVT transmission, the Compagno 110i is easy to handle and offers up a smooth ride.