02 Kawasaki ZX-6R Ninja discussion forum: RE: Few Questions
RE: Few Questions
Yea, but that´s exactly my point, if I go only to a 125cc I have to be carefull (ok maybe not as much) as I were on a 600cc bike! As I see it, it don´t matter if it´s a 250cc, 600cc or a 750cc bike, if I go crazy with the accelerator I´ll be down for sure! So I ask You (hopeing You´re an experienced biker), what´s the diference? It´s not the bike that makes the mistakes, but the driver! So are the 600cc bikes easier to make mistakes on, than on the 500cc, 250cc or 125cc? The consequences are more serious (in most cases), but can I afford any mistakes on any other bikes? And is there, absolutley no chance for me to make it heading straight to "big" bikes? ´Cause I know a lot of people who went straight to 600cc, 750cc or even 1100cc (a BMW, not a superbike, but nonetheless...). I´m just sooo curios: What exactily does it take to ride a "hog" like ZX-6R safely?
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