Waiting is half the fun, it's like unwrapping a present ( Uncle B say's to himself anxiously awaiting a delivery from Beartooth Kawasaki ).
How long do you plan on keeping the bike?Dave 96TA said:Thanks. I'd have to say the purple rims is one of the less liked color schemes Kawasaki has come up with over the years. I think I'd like it better if they were powdercoated black. Either way I dont plan on having the bike too long so I'll settle with what I have.
Wow, I guess the traffic over there is twice as bad as it is here. I rarely have to go over 10k. And then I'm just pushing it because some guy is annoying me. Well, Hope the new bike you get suits your needs well. I'd be interested in what you eventually end up with. When my budget permits I'd like to get a silver ZX6R... but that won't be for a few years most likely.Dave 96TA said:Already getting too comfortable with the bike. It's a lot of work keeping up with the crazy cages on a 250cc. Wish I could say that any of my time on the road wasn't shared with at least a dozen other motorvehicles in each direction. Pretty soon I'll need something that doesn't require 14,000rpm just to get ahead of or merge with traffic. I suspect another 3 or 4 months and I'll move up, assuming I feel comfortable with my skills. I'll be sure to test ride a couple to get a feel for 4x the horsepower many of the 4cyl bikes are pushing.
I have a friend interested in riding who has offered to buy the bike when I'm done with it. I'm sure it will be as excellent for him as it is for me.
I beg to differ....we drive on the RIGHT side of the road here... :tongue:Mizz ZZR said:Nah, once you learn to control the bike properly, traffic will be a piece of cake (even if you guys do ride/drive on the wrong side of the road ).