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My new 2007 Ninja

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    Eddiepowerfm
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    OK here is the best I can do on pictures. Let me know what you think.

    http://eddiefromtexas.tumblr.com/

    Keep Rockin.

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    Jeff in Kentucky
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    It looks great, most people do not get the same year for their next bike, but it does save you a lot of money, and it is not old enough to need a lot of work to keep it running.

    My next bike will be a Kawasaki- my last Kawasaki was from 1971 to 1976, a 100cc 2-stroke enduro for the dirt. The next one is a slightly used 2008 ZZR600.

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    eon
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    Hope you have plenty of fun on it.

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    TrialsRider
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    …do a view source of the page to see the tiny bit of code you were missing

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    owlie
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    Very nice! Have fun riding!

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    gitchy42
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    Both are nice looking bikes. Enjoy!

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    Eddiepowerfm
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    OK I have come to think that riding my cruiser is like riding a chariot with a seat and riding my sport bike is like riding right on the horse itself.

    Keep Rockin!

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    eon
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    :D That should be your signature line

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    Newbie_Biker
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    I have to respectfully disagree with Eddie about the chariot and the horse because I rode my Suzuki GZ250 for the first time today since I bought it three weeks ago. I had it on the interstate and I was keeping up with the other traffic goin 70mph. It did really good through the city as well. I think its all about how you ride it. It’s a machine and it will only do what u tell it to and go as fast as you make it go. It’s all about the rider….not the ride itself.

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    bigguybbr
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    I think he was talking more about riding position than anything.

    Although in terms of handling, a sport bike is just that, sportier than a bike built for cruising. They are built to have better cornering clearance.

    He’s also moving from a vulcan 500, which is a fine bike, to a ninja 650r, which is a much more capable machine.

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