That is actually an R1. 1,000cc BEAST!!!That's a pretty bike too! Is that bike a R125? What do bikes like this run, price wise?
I honestly have NO idea what the price of an R125 would be in the states... That is if it is even sold there :SWOW I am definately not starting off on a bike that big. Or that big in price!! $6,500 is more reasonable.
You do NOT want to learn on an R1.So I will have to learn on an R1 then. 13,000 isn't too bad. That's a lot better than 20,000.
Well, as much as I hate it.... You DO get the Kawasaki Ninja 250 out there, and I know it is very popular.See I'm learning! LOL I don't know how fast each bike goes. But that's too fast for me to learn on. What bike do I learn on since the r125 aren't here?
America works in miles I am fairly sure. Do you not notice American films never use KM.Fisher said:You do NOT want to learn on an R1.
It does 160 km an hour in about 4 seconds if my memory serves me correctly...
And it tops out at about 290km/h.
I am assuming you use KM/h? If not, that is 100mps in 4 seconds, and top speed of about 180mph.
Hmmm... I had noticed that...As far as I know Cam, there's no 125s, or at least very few, over in the states.
Most people actually start on a 600 as their first bike, with 250s only bought by those who like to be very cautious.
Amazing really, but I guess they've got the right kinda roads for it.