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I considered the CBR, but I found the controls hard to reach, the tank didn't fit between my legs nicely, it was harder to balance at a stand still, and the front fairing is a little bizarre around the headlights, not to mention the fugly exhaust. Being 5'4" and 110 lbs... this seems right on the mark for what that guy was saying. While I would LOVE the ease of fuel injection... especially in the land of cold, I'm so very happy I went with the ninja. Couldn't be happier!
 

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look at that it is a mini vfr1200, i really don't no hondas bikes at all, just the goldwings.

it will forever be a sporty mini goldwing in my mind

i hate the exhaust on the cbr250 and the vfr1200, i would get rid of those pretty quick
 

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look at that it is a mini vfr1200, i really don't no hondas bikes at all, just the goldwings.

it will forever be a sporty mini goldwing in my mind

i hate the exhaust on the cbr250 and the vfr1200, i would get rid of those pretty quick
I'm not crazy about it either, but they look weird with a standard muffler.

The CBR250R isn't bad, but they styling and single cylinder just don't impress me.

I really wish we could see more multi-cylinder 250s in the U.S. I'm talking 250/3 or 250/4s, but that's not going to happen, especially because the new Moto3 class isa 250-singles only.

Sure would have been more interesting if it (Moto3) would be a testing ground for 250s with 2cyl, 3cyl, 4cyl, or more...


Jay
 

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I'm not crazy about it either, but they look weird with a standard muffler.

The CBR250R isn't bad, but they styling and single cylinder just don't impress me.

I really wish we could see more multi-cylinder 250s in the U.S. I'm talking 250/3 or 250/4s, but that's not going to happen, especially because the new Moto3 class isa 250-singles only.

Sure would have been more interesting if it (Moto3) would be a testing ground for 250s with 2cyl, 3cyl, 4cyl, or more...


Jay
your dreamin' of that crazy honda from the 50's(?), 60's(?). The I 6 250cc GP bike? Totally forgot it's denotation, but it's exhaust note is unforgettable!

I think a TDI 250 single would be stellar, built for all torque.... :whistling:
 
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