I thought you were going to talk about actual females, in which I was gonna reply "always nice to keep pickin' up a new one ever so often". I suppose that can be appllied to motorcycles as well. :Hmmmm:
Enjoy the new ride, but try not to get ahead of yourself. Very easy to do on a liter bike.
This is NOT my 2nd bike. My ER6N was my first sporty bike though.
I know I can't say I'm this awesomely experienced rider, because there is ALWAYS room to learn.
What is really important with riding is your respect level of the machine you're on, your maturity and value of life. My motto is, "My wife will kill me before the bike does." Which really keeps me from riding like an idiot.
It is a dramatic difference in well... everything. I'm spending more time around town and short distances on the freeway to get comfortable with the changes - so far so good. I don't see myself taking weekend trips anytime soon. My riding position has changed completely and is going to take some time to adjust before I enjoy some nice twisties.
Also, this bike has Vortex rear sets which feel really nice.
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