What a machine! No idea why they even have gears.. 3rd pulls from nothing to eternity.. Endless, seamless, torque all the way!
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And that my friend is why the 300 is a blast to ride.Hell, rode a friend's old CBR600RR and I have it too much bike for practical use. I was breaking the speed limit in second gear in almost no time at all. I don't see how you can have fun legally with a bike like that on public roads. Gotta track it to get the most out of it without risking an impound or getting creamed by another driver.
Exactly. I love the fact that I can ride it to red line and still be legal. It's fast enough to get out of the way without being over engineered for the street. I know a lot of my friends who moved onto bigger bikes, almost all of them were contemplating getting a ninja 250 a few years ago just to have something small to ride the hell out of rather than concentrating on keeping their super and hyper sports out of felony speed ranges.
this is one thing i really miss from the larger CC bikes i have owned, the gob fulls of torque . but its sure a lot of fun dancing on the gear leaver to get the 300 to have fun withWhat a machine! No idea why they even have gears.. 3rd pulls from nothing to eternity.. Endless, seamless, torque all the way!
Without stating the obvious, here are a few things that stood out:That bike is so bad ass... how does it compare to the 300
M2. M is preffered but not required. It's up to them if they'll let you on or not. They did ask me what I ride and for how long. So, YMMV.What type of license do u have? I have the m2 can I still test ride it?
very typical of a sports bike this riding position. this is why i have said many times the 300 off the show room floor feels very much like a sports tourer with the layed back riding position & even more so with bar risers4. Really aggressive body position, more than a 600RR, felt like 90% of my weight were on the front wheel.