Names Keenan my mates call me Tod. Iíve always been drawn to bikes you can say, but growing up the War Department as I call my rents always rule and they said no. Iím now in college and my dad realizes that Iím mature enough for a bike. So here I am, Iíve looked around and Iíve read a lot of review, I mean a lot. I like all the current bikes in production but Iím drawn to the 250r, not because Iím a beginnerís bur because of its redesign and Mile Per Gallon. We all know we like things fast, but with the current rise, I think I can settle with the top speed of 110, I think, which brings me to my questions. Iím a big guy, 6í3 250 give or take, it depends if I go on my jog and swim and what I eat that day. Iíve sat on the older 250, and I liked it. Iíve never rode a bike so I have no Idea what range I should be going at. I donít need to go Uber Fast, but I would not mien the Y2K bike Jay L. has. Am I to big for the 250r 2008? Iíve read that it loses about 10-10% performance with a passenger on and a total weight of 350 give or take. Iím a solo guy, yay ya I know I say that now, before I meet some nice girl. Will the 250cc bearable to carry me and still have some Zip. I donít want to take this route but I could go bigger, but bigger is less efficient. The 650 Iíve read gets 60-65ish on average, and its modern technologically fuel injected and all, but its 6 thousands and Iíve got another 6 years of college to go through.
I might be young, but I have experience, I rebuilt a 1977 MGB roadsters, I love engines and I love to maintain them. I just got past my break in phase of 500 miles with my B and Iím ready to do It again with a bike.
So please help my lost Zroom Soul!