Riding position on the Ninja 300 is more or less the same as the 250, though we felt slightly more pressure on the wrists.
Ripping up the curvy pavement near Healdsburg, California, the extra torque is immediately apparent on the Ninja 300.
The new bike retains the 250’s high-revving character and still prefers to be revved up to 10K and above.
The Ninja 300’s Twin proves more robust by any performance measure. Even the bottom end is less anemic, though not a highlight by any means.