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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 05-11-2017, 01:02 PM Thread Starter
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What's Your Dream Bike?

So, in typical Suzuki fan boy fashion I will be going with the Hayabusa... just to warn everyone here. But fortunately it's not for everyone, even the weight of a Busa will immediately be discouraging, still something for my personal stable. Scaling it back down a bit more would be a GSX R1000R ABS

Enough of my list, what's on yours?

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I'm probably going to seem typical but my dream bike would be a Ninja H2 R. Seen one in person and I was just blown away!
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I rode a ZX1100 Ninja for years...great bike. The Hayabusa for me is a lot more comfortable and I love them! I'm a 6 ft female and can handle them both easily.

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post #4 of 25 (permalink) Old 05-14-2017, 01:51 AM
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You're not the only one who has a ninja h2r as their dream bike. It's not the fastest production bike for nothing, but that much power under me would prove leather for me...
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I'm with the H2R as well, but also a 1299 Superleggera

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I'm with the H2R as well, but also a 1299 Superleggera

Love that too, it actually rivals the Busa perfectly for me. Busa's get attention wherever they go even with people that don't know a thing about them. That Ducati SL is high end and subtle... a combination that is growing in popularity these days.
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Oh yeah, they just look so darn different and beast. Huge and beefy looking. Just love looking at them especially when they stretch it.

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Just thought about this the other day but if a brand like Ducati can develop an electric bike with a carbon frame, that could very well be my next favorite, but for now the Harley Livewire will do:

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Love that LiveWire, but I would probably end up taking off that rear fender as I think it tones down the look quite a bit. But I can only imagine the amount of sling you'd get if it were to start raining whilst your out and about haha.
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So, in typical Suzuki fan boy fashion I will be going with the Hayabusa... just to warn everyone here. But fortunately it's not for everyone, even the weight of a Busa will immediately be discouraging, still something for my personal stable. Scaling it back down a bit more would be a GSX R1000R ABS

Enough of my list, what's on yours?

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