The rear faring says 750 on it. I miss my bikes. I had 3 of them before my accident then I got rid of them. It doesnt matter how good of a rider you are. All it takes is one cunt texting while driving to run a stop sign and clip you. Be careful.
Hello, you say 600cc is plenty
plenty for now, but you may find out as i did that a 600 soon becomes slow, i part ex'd mine for a fireblade, i had that up to 157 on the A14 going past Bury st Edmond's, and nearly hit the back of a bmw that pulled out on me, (what a rush who needs drugs) then the repo man came so i got a 916, that was fun till my wife said "i'm knocked up" or something like that, so that went as-well, i hope you have many many happy hours zooming along the highways
GREAT first bike! fun to ride and will get you ready for a liter bike....plus those older gsxr's are heavy so in a few months when you want to go big the new bike will feel that much better. i have rode my whole life and the only advise i have is there are two types or bike riders, those who have wrecked and those who will.....so just ALWAYS be on your toes! good luck and be safe!! ever in ft myers area hit me up we can ride.
You will love that bike. If this is your first bike the 600 is plenty. The only thing that makes these bikes slow are the riders, most people ( except racers and pros ) will ever get the full potential of these bikes.
My advice, never let anyone ride it, be smart and ride your own ride...don't try and keep up with others who can ride and most of all...HAVE FUN!!!
There are few things more badass than a bodybuilder riding a sporty bike.
Be careful, though. My friend saved up, got his dream bike, totaled it months later. Very smart, careful guy. Some dude cut out in front of him or something, guy didn't have his headlights on so he couldn't see.
Pretty much made me have second thoughts on getting mine. I've been wanting one since I was a little boy.