Re: Newb Question
I'm not rich, thats why I wanted the hypothetical answer first and I do understand that the power output is significant between a 600 and a liter bike. I havent ever been nice to myself with concerns to driving, anything.... I completed my drivers test for automobiles with a car I had not driven before. If I gave myself enough time to learn how to ride the bike and even had someone help me learn how, would it really make a huge difference? I am not a " speed " demon, I rarely go more than 5 mph over the speed limit and I observe all traffic laws and double check whenever I make do drive " look two times before changing lanes and such " If I was to get the bike, I wouldnt be riding it around a city and I wouldn't be abusing the bike because its my dream bike.... " With power,comes responsibility " I am not taking your words lightly either,I acknowledge how much power the bike has and I also wouldnt be skimping on my "gear" either. I respect my grandfathers old Chevy which I inherited and I would do the same with my fireblade,I take care of my stuff. I saw a guy the other day on a bike, popped a wheelie going at least 70 and I was stunned, I don't know how this will sound to you guys, but I simply am not interested in doing tricks like that..
Last edited by RLVampire; 04-02-2008 at 12:42 AM.