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post #1 of 52 (permalink) Old 06-11-2012, 06:47 PM Thread Starter
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Hello I am new.

Hello,


I am new to the site as you can see, I was just googling a bit and decided to see if there were any bike clubs in Chicago and there were tons, but I decided to check this one out because it seemed intriguing.

I am currently 20 years old and plan on buying my first [street] bike this year.

I plan on getting a Honda CBR 250R mainly because I heard it was a good bike to begin on and it is really affordable.

I had a couple of questions maybe someone could help me out with?

I have found some items on a certain online site and was wondering if the prices were good or not (I do not want to post a site and it be considered advertising) so can someone that is good at current market value message me on here? (these are aftermarket items that I would like to add on my bike).

Also anyone know a good bike training school? I know that the DMV has classes but not to sure where I did not get that far into reading.

Does anyone know of a good insurance company for a beginner with a bike like mine that will not break the bank?

One more thing, should I get the bike with the optional ABS or not a big deal?



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Hello,


I am new to the site as you can see, I was just googling a bit and decided to see if there were any bike clubs in Chicago and there were tons, but I decided to check this one out because it seemed intriguing.

I am currently 20 years old and plan on buying my first [street] bike this year.

I plan on getting a Honda CBR 250R mainly because I heard it was a good bike to begin on and it is really affordable.

I had a couple of questions maybe someone could help me out with?

I have found some items on a certain online site and was wondering if the prices were good or not (I do not want to post a site and it be considered advertising) so can someone that is good at current market value message me on here? (these are aftermarket items that I would like to add on my bike).

Also anyone know a good bike training school? I know that the DMV has classes but not to sure where I did not get that far into reading.

Does anyone know of a good insurance company for a beginner with a bike like mine that will not break the bank?

One more thing, should I get the bike with the optional ABS or not a big deal?



Thanks again everyone!
Welcome!

Any 250 is a good starter. Good choice on taking a class, look into MSF classes:http://nm.msf-usa.org/msf/ridercourses.aspx?state=IL

Most classes will be booked for a while, but you can do the waitlist option and just show up early.

If budget allows for it, but time does not, Harley's Riders Edge is an option as well as www.motorcyclelearning.com/ or www.ride-chicago.com/

Pete from State Farm is a vendor here, so reach out to him. He should be able to find you the best coverage, but also look at all other companies. Before you decide however, compare coverages not just premium amounts.

As far as accessories/options you mentioned, post them up, we have a lot of opinions here. We'll not only tell you if they are priced well, but we'll tell you how we feel about people who buy those things.

And finally, ABS, get it with if you can afford it. I am sure there will be some opinions against it, but that is what they are, opinions. Whatever can make you safer, in addition to your gear is worth it in my book.

Oh, one more thing. When you budget your purchase, make sure to leave a few dollars for gear, here we like riders who wear full gear.

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post #3 of 52 (permalink) Old 06-11-2012, 07:44 PM Thread Starter
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Okay thank you for the info and advice I will post more about the accessories later when I am not on my cell.

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Welcome to CLSB! Definitely take the MSF course and good seat time after that. Get some gear and always gear up! When I was snooping at quotes about 3.5 months ago when I first got my bike (first bike) they were all about the same. Give or take a few dollars and coverages. But honestly, being a new rider AND under 25, you're still going to be paying a higher price. I ended up going with Geico as my cage is insured with them.


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As previously said, take the MSF class, and invest in appropriate gear. While a 250 is a great bike to learn on (MSF provides them in the beginner class), you will probably outgrow it quickly, and you might find yourself looking for another bike soon afterwards. If you plan on buying something you will want to keep for a longer time, I'd recommend going to at least a 600. Plus, if you want to do some group riding, which does include some highway riding, a 600 would be better than a 250 (others may have differing opinions on this). It's not really a matter of "a 600 is too much bike" but more of "a 250 is too little bike" and a matter of saving yourself money over the long run (buying the 250, selling it at a loss, then buying a 600).

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Okay thank you everyone for all of your help!
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I do not live near my parents.. My father is in California and my mother is in Missouri, I am engaged and living with my fiance. Thanks for the help though. I not to worried about the insurance part its just getting a good bike for a good price.
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I not to worried about the insurance part its just getting a good bike for a good price.
Haven't checked the rates yet, eh

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Pass the class, get your license and rates will go way down. It also depends on what kind of bike you're looking at. I pay around $300 a year for what is almost full coverage on my FZ6. I get quite a few discounts, and being that it's not an SS bike, and I'm way north of 20 helps out a lot.

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I have been doing my research and I have found that insurance will cost anywhere from 80-300 a month and the class will make it 40-50 cheaper (I plan on taking the class anyways) I also plan on trying out some of the gear at a local shop rather than ordering online for a couple of different reasons; try it before I buy it and I get to help out a local business in these hard times.

I have decided to stick with the 250 modify it a bit and buy a new bike in a year or so.

Anyone know someone possibly on the site that may have a shop?
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I have been doing my research and I have found that insurance will cost anywhere from 80-300 a month and the class will make it 40-50 cheaper (I plan on taking the class anyways) I also plan on trying out some of the gear at a local shop rather than ordering online for a couple of different reasons; try it before I buy it and I get to help out a local business in these hard times.

I have decided to stick with the 250 modify it a bit and buy a new bike in a year or so.

Anyone know someone possibly on the site that may have a shop?

I haven't visited yet, but the Dstore is a vendor here.

And yes, there are quite a few good wrenches here too.
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countryside yamaha.

mod a 250 lmao.

if you want to save money on insurance you dont need comp and coll. ive had no comp/coll since i was 17 with my brand new first sportbike. not a 250. made sure i didnt joey my bike and i saved fucking endless thousands.

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countryside yamaha.

mod a 250 lmao.

if you want to save money on insurance you dont need comp and coll. ive had no comp/coll since i was 17 with my brand new first sportbike. not a 250. made sure i didnt joey my bike and i saved fucking endless thousands.
Yeah I did say mod it who gives a shit there cheap to mod and if anything once I get the hang of it I will get a new bike like I stated and use this one to help others learn. So yeah I think I will mod my 250.





Ps, nothing is better than a site full of trolls.
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Yeah I did say mod it who gives a shit there cheap to mod and if anything once I get the hang of it I will get a new bike like I stated and use this one to help others learn. So yeah I think I will mod my 250.





Ps, nothing is better than a site full of trolls.

mod the fuck out of it bro and ps the world how u get but hurt like baby.

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Don't you and Helena have staff meeting starting in (12) mins? - Have you updated your TPS Reports to show accurate correlation with other sites and their "1st Day Of Ownership" statistics?

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Yeah I did say mod it who gives a shit there cheap to mod and if anything once I get the hang of it I will get a new bike like I stated and use this one to help others learn. So yeah I think I will mod my 250.





Ps, nothing is better than a site full of trolls.
Yeah dude, why don't you close up that account now. We get it, now get the fuck out of here.

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Yeah dude, why don't you close up that account now. We get it, now get the fuck out of here.
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I really do not believe MrRoith is related to the new owners.
I was only joking around but if he is, who cares.......

if not, his threads about bikes were ALL OVER the map and hard to decipher if he was really serious or not - Saying he will start on a 250 makes sense but then showing pics and asking about 1Ks just threw me off a bit

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A Honda 250 is a fun little bike. So is a Ninja 250 if you are looking at that class. I'd look at a used Suzuki SV650 too. Better over all bike, low cost, very tame and the odds are you will drop it at some point. Meh on ABS, I'm not even sure it's available on any of the above. Save the $ and get better gear. Good luck.

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By whatever do you mean? Don't all new members use proper grammar all the time and speak with a dialect that doesn't sound fake at all? I would like to refute your accusation of him being apart of the new ownership. He seems 100% legit on wanting to modify his 2013 Honda CBR 250R.

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I was only joking around but if he is, who cares.......

if not, his threads about bikes were ALL OVER the map and hard to decipher if he was really serious or not - Saying he will start on a 250 makes sense but then showing pics and asking about 1Ks just threw me off a bit
I got that you were joking and myself found it amusing. I just figured that I would chime in as this theory was gaining momentum.

I answered a few PMs from him and my conclusion was that he is a confused 20 year old, looking to get into the sport, and not knowing how to decipher the advise he was getting.

Anyways, cary on.

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I got that you were joking and myself found it amusing. I just figured that I would chime in as this theory was gaining momentum.

I answered a few PMs from him and my conclusion was that he is a confused 20 year old, looking to get into the sport, and not knowing how to decipher the advise he was getting.

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