I just had one of the best reads of my life, some great advise that actually make sense.
Things i learnt:
1- Sensitive on throttle and clutch
2- heavy and hard to handle, but most forgiving in the category of litre bikes
3- 3x (the power of a 250)
4- no matter what your age is, if you are responsible, yes u can have a clean record and a good career.
Things that i will do to make things better:
1- Get sum training, ( in the area that i live, motorcycle deaths are 37% higher than this time last year
so council is offering a free motorcycle safety course for all the riders in the area)
2- Get advanced superbike training
3- I have already bought the full gear (head to toe)
4- i will try and set "gear change warning light" on 6000 rpm, so it will flash as i get to 6000 rpm and not exceed it!
5- Always be responsible and only go to my ability.
6- Read books about it.
7- Thank you guys, for sharing your stories and advises here, as it has made a huge difference in my perspective of the bike that i have.