- Aug 20, 2003
I find though a good thing with the majoirty of Jap bikes is, is us riders got too pissed up, our Thai wives can always ride them home with us on the back!monsterman wrote: I like it ..it looks great ..but how bland will it be to ride thats the problem with many Jap bikes.
I fancy a Kawasaki ER6 but until i can test one thoroughly I will not buy. I might be dissapointed by the engine .like i was with the Honda CB1300, and the Yamaha 1000.
Ken, I love jap bikes, but I still prefer American Iron when it comes to cruisers and choppers etc. By the way. my Mrs did ride me home on my Fatboy a few years back!KenYam wrote: HaHa Muzz - I would like to see that re GF riding us home, yeah mate in your dreams. If I have had too many sherbets its always 4 wheels for me now - I have tried her on two wheels and its always hurties and messy.
But I presume your having a dig at Jap bikes - who gives a shyte as long as its got two wheels mate.
Rgds Ken F
pikey wrote: Or how's about either of these - The Victory CORE concept bike
and the BMW Lo Rider concept - horny or what????
Now all I need is for the factories to build them and for me to win the lottery :cry:
Hi Cap'n, KZ,KZ wrote: Captain, I'm with you all the way - I definitely prefer low revving bikes with grunt over buzzing inline-fours. That's why I went for a VTR250 instead of a 250 Ninja. My dreambike at the moment is the V-Strom 650.