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Next summer I'm going to upgrade to a bigger bike. The two current options are the ZX-6R or the 848.
I'm going to be doing a lot of research between now and then, but just wanted to get some opinions as well.
....and go.
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Next summer I'm going to upgrade to a bigger bike. The two current options are the ZX-6R or the 848.
I'm going to be doing a lot of research between now and then, but just wanted to get some opinions as well.
....and go.
:)


and why is this in the 250 section? :confused:
 

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A year is so far away that you should wait untill then and see what you like then. If those two bikes are your favorites still, and money is no problem, get the 848.
 

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Because I own a 250 now.
In fact I plan on keeping it after I upgrade as well, I really like it....will always be good for commuting, running errands, etc.
 

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Hey people, just say I am going to buy a bigger bike instead of I am going to UPGRADE(from my little 250) to a bigger bike The implied disrespect for the 250 is what pisses 250 owners off...Or better yet, don't bother posting it here. If you are asking for info on the bigger bikes, ask in appropriate forums. Why post it here where most riders ride 250's?
 

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great place to post this one buddy.... a year is a long way out. Give it some time and see what you like then and what you can logically afford at the time.

I love stupid squids that suggest the busa. idiots.
 

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I would have posted in the same place. I have a 250r and when I am ready to switch I would post here. If I posted the same question I would be looking for the respect from this section of the forums. I don't understand why everyone flames newbies (a stupid word in the first place, my opinion) or other people for asking questions. Every rider should step back and give the person respect for asking the question instead of assuming an answer. I have had many questions asked to me by new riders and I give them the same respect as anyone else. How about we all help out and welcome new riders and new questions instead of showing our ignorance? I thought that this sport was all about looking out for new riders and helping them out. Let's welcome newcomers instead of bashing them.

Just to let everyone know, I see this on every forum I visit including, 600rr.net, 250.com, 1000rr.net, twowheelforum.net, etc... It actually makes me think twice about where our civilization is headed.
 

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This is in the 250 section because he has a 250 now and is looking for some exteme flaming from the other 250 members when he mentions moving up.

Trust me, never tell fellow 250'rs your wanting a 600+.......

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It's not telling 250 owners that you want a 600 that will get you flamed, it's telling a lot of 250 riders with years of experience how great you are after riding for a few months:
I've ran 1,700 miles on my 250R and I learned VERY quickly. I'm already feeling like I can push my 250R to its limits. I feel like i'm limited by the machine instead of my abilities...
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