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Crash Course: How To Safely Fall Off A Motorcycle
great answers! thanks!
That makes sense with the mpg, I am usually riding 55 down the highway in the open wind, so I guess it makes sense I am getting around 50mpg, I was just hoping for a little better. I will try using lower rev’s/shifting and ducking down to see if that helps.
Thanks for the advice on chain lubing, I will check out info online. Wow, definitely will keep the bike turned off, I’m not the brightest bulb in the pack but wrapping a towel around a moving chain sounds like a fast road to hurt city!
Thanks again, been raining for two days here, but already have my next ride planned out!
i will probably go check it out this weekend. yes, is it bigger than what i have been looking for, but it is literally the same price as a ninja250, ninja500, and honda rebel that i was looking at, add to that the great reviews and i am seriously interested.
I checked out the specs online and it seems to physically compare well with the 2008 ninja500 i was looking at but with the nice addition of EFI.
If i get it, will definitely take it slow, thanks for the support!
i am really interested in the TU250 or the ninja250. i will mostly be riding around town and to work (2 miles on a 2 lane highway).
any advice on the TU250? is it worth it for the EFI?
what do you ride? i have been told by people i work with and different forums online and salespeople that some small bikes (ninja250, rebel, gz250) sometimes take longer tan 5 minutes to warm up. thanks for your advice!
thanks for the helpful comments!
i am really leaning toward the suzuki tu250 but will hit up craigslist a lot before my final decision!
thank you for your concern, i was asking about the practicality of driving a carb’d bike vs a fuel injected. i took the MSF class, am a very good driver (used to do deliveries for a living, no tickets/crashes) and after reading much materials online and on this site i am fully focused on riding properly.
thanks for your help!
thanks for your help, i am interested in a motorcycle because i have to ride 2 miles on a 2 lane highway with no shoulder and lots of semis going 55-60mp.
thanks for the info on warming up, the reason i asked is because i have read many places online that say it takes 5-10 minutes to warm up a carb bike, not ever having a motorcycle before i was not sure