I am out here in sunny california and I have been doing some intense research on this bike, it is going to cost about 4500 dollars (US) thats before tax and license. Yes its pricey. There wont be any second hands for a while. It is comming out mid spring so you have some time to decide what you want to do or save up some cash. The cool thing about this bike is they are going to be releasing a direct bolt in 125 racing motor (2 stroke of course) and a 250 motor, Thats going to be a 4 stroke but i dont know how quick that motor is going to be. Be prepared to spend about another 1500 at least to upgrade the bike with new brakes motor shocks and anything else you might think of. Progressive gave me a quote for 10 to 15 dollars a month on the bike for insurance by the way. So its really cheap. If you have anyother question you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org just put new GPR in the subject. -Joe
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