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How'd you decide which bike to buy?

So I'm curious what made you purchase your current bike. Did you like it's performance, comfort, look, price, etc? Or did you buy it just because you think it's the "it" bike of the year? Was it a pre-planned, well researched purchase or was it purely spontaneous? Do any of you regret the bike you bought?

I'm going to be buying a brand new bike soon and as I'm trying to make my decision I'm obviously putting all these things into perspective and then some. I'm really indecisive, especially about big purchases like this and I'm falling in love with every bike I'm looking at. I'm worried I won't be able to decide. It got me wondering what made everyone else purchase the bike they did.

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Totally spontaneous. I got tired of some of the MV quirks and decided that something else was in order. And I wanted EVERYTHING. Comfort, reliability, speed, handling, top-level components, wide, torquey powerband for street riding, good looking and it had to be unique. I don't like riding what everyone else is riding.

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I sat on a bunch and rode a few...and loved the 600RR
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I sat on a bunch and rode a few...and loved the 600RR
The only thing that is making me question buying another 600RR is the seat. That thing is just fricking painful!!! My ass was up in the air 90% of the time I was riding I couldn't stand it.

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Spontaneous. My brother came home in July with a shiny black RR. I wasn't jealous, never even thought about riding (to be honest, i didn't think i was mature enough). Then my cousin taught me how to ride on his YZF600R, and msoon after my brother persuaded me to get one. I had my eye on a ZX6-RR but CCC didn't sell Kawi's, so i looked into a 749. Couldn't afford it, so i bought the next best thing and no regrets here. And I don't care what anyone says, '03 RR's are the shit, better than any other year!

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The only thing that is making me question buying another 600RR is the seat. That thing is just fricking painful!!! My ass was up in the air 90% of the time I was riding I couldn't stand it.
I guess you could always get a Goldwing, I heard those seats are more comfortable.

It's a race bike, not a flying couch!

I had an 01 F4i and always wanted the RR. I Had a Red/white F4i and wanted more neutral colors, black is overrated.....
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I guess you could always get a Goldwing, I heard those seats are more comfortable.

It's a race bike, not a flying couch!

I had an 01 F4i and always wanted the RR. I Had a Red/white F4i and wanted more neutral colors, black is overrated.....
Exactly. Race replica bikes, a la the 600RR, are great for posing, but don't necessarily make the best streetbike. $0.02

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I guess you could always get a Goldwing, I heard those seats are more comfortable.

It's a race bike, not a flying couch!
Fooker... I'm not buying a Goldwing! The seat is not my deciding factor but I still have memories haunting me of how painful long rides were. Comfort is important to me.

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Fooker... I'm not buying a Goldwing! The seat is not my deciding factor but I still have memories haunting me of how painful long rides were. Comfort is important to me.
FYI The last time I checked, ya cause my ass goes numb on 300 mile slab rides, they aren't making 07-08 custom seats due to issues with the shape.
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For me, I look for reliability, durability, and ease of maintenance, cheap replacement parts, a decent look, fast, not horrible on gas mileage and tires.

This pretty much leaves 600 -750CC CBRs, gixxers, and yamahas . I believe my next bike and/or car will be a Honda.

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Exactly. Race replica bikes, a la the 600RR, are great for posing, but don't necessarily make the best streetbike. $0.02
You are right, I do feel like a poser on that damn thing. Maybe I should buy a KTM.....
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Research. And not necessarily just reviews and written or published info. Talk to your peers (CLSB) that have that have the bike you're looking at and ask them for their honest opinion, what their riding habits are and what they look for in a bike. Also try to get a chance to ride a few if they're willing. Nothing like a little seat time to make sure that bike is the one you want. I unfortunately did not have the luxury of test riding anything because I didn't have my license while I was looking for bikes. My determining factors were (in descending order) Price, brand, engine size, color, seat height (I have short legs) and parts availability. I bought a used one since it was my first bike so it's hard to be picky when you by used. I searched for over a month and nearly drove myself insane with anticipation. If I would've waited a month longer I could've bought the same bike in better condition with less miles for $500 less but hey, you know what they say, hindsight is 20/20. Good luck Lori, best thing to do is ride a similar bike first before buying.
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The only thing that is making me question buying another 600RR is the seat. That thing is just fricking painful!!! My ass was up in the air 90% of the time I was riding I couldn't stand it.
I've gone 5+ hour rides and never had a problem. Then again, i do have a ricky martin ass.




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i always liked the R1's when they came out in 98. so when i got back into bikes in 2006 i looked for an older one just to get back in it. i bought a 00. then i specifically looked for my silver 04 and bought it. and then i specifically looked for my black 06. i think they are the most comfortable bikes for a tall rider....thats why i love them...along with their looks.

when looking...i would go for comfort first to see what brand and model you want. dont just sit on it with you feet on the ground....when you ride your feet are up on the pegs. if someone goes with you, have them balance the bike for you so you can sit on it in riding position. which ever one you feel is the most comfortable i would lean towards that one as long as you like the looks and they offer colors youre happy with. any of the brands are great bikes. good luck!!

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I decided on my bike after doing alot of research and the fact that after sitting on several different bikes that one felt right i.e. hand position and seating position. The next factor was it was a first bike for me and i didnt want to get out of hand with a death machine that was more then i could handle.

250 didnt suit me and my size so i went to a 600 which most say isnt a good idea. Color really doesnt matter cause you can always paint it.

The second Bike i bought well it was a good deal and was in the market from something alittle more powerful and it was already set for track. Granted On the 636 I will not do a 300 mile slab due to it being smaller and more nible. the zzr tho is great for 2000 mile slabs in 2.5 days.

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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You are right, I do feel like a poser on that damn thing. Maybe I should buy a KTM.....

Not that posing is a bad thing! We all do it.

But as a streetbike, I'll take the KTM (or Tuono, or Speed Triple, or Z1000, FZ-1, et al) any day over a replica bike. Not as "cool" but way more practical and comfortable. Honda designed that thing to go fast and corner hard, not coddle your bum on 300mi rides dodging traffic and potholes.

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Not that posing is a bad thing! We all do it.

But as a streetbike, I'll take the KTM (or Tuono, or Speed Triple, or Z1000, FZ-1, et al) any day over a replica bike. Not as "cool" but way more practical and comfortable. Honda designed that thing to go fast and corner hard, not coddle your bum on 300mi rides dodging traffic and potholes.
Trust me, I want a slab bike. Maybe a VFR in the long term future.
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Corbin are over priced and have less padding the n factory seats. I borrowed a air hawk seet cusion which was great and less then 100 bucks.

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Research. And not necessarily just reviews and written or published info. Talk to your peers (CLSB) that have that have the bike you're looking at and ask them for their honest opinion, what their riding habits are and what they look for in a bike. Also try to get a chance to ride a few if they're willing. Nothing like a little seat time to make sure that bike is the one you want. I unfortunately did not have the luxury of test riding anything because I didn't have my license while I was looking for bikes. My determining factors were (in descending order) Price, brand, engine size, color, seat height (I have short legs) and parts availability. I bought a used one since it was my first bike so it's hard to be picky when you by used. I searched for over a month and nearly drove myself insane with anticipation. If I would've waited a month longer I could've bought the same bike in better condition with less miles for $500 less but hey, you know what they say, hindsight is 20/20. Good luck Lori, best thing to do is ride a similar bike first before buying.
Well I've ridden older models of every bike I'm looking at now but I know the new models are so different. Shelly doesn't know it yet but I'm going to test ride her bike to see the difference between my 05 600RR and her 07 600RR. Thanks Shelly!! The other bike I'm interested in is the 08 R6 and I don't know of anyone with one so I can't ride it.

I did the same thing as you with my last bike. I bought used and pretty much didn't get to be picky. Ended up with a great deal on a great bike tho.

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i always liked the R1's when they came out in 98. so when i got back into bikes in 2006 i looked for an older one just to get back in it. i bought a 00. then i specifically looked for my silver 04 and bought it. and then i specifically looked for my black 06. i think they are the most comfortable bikes for a tall rider....thats why i love them...along with their looks.

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That's a good idea about sitting in riding position while the bike is being balanced. Thanks for volunteering to go with me and do that Ken!!

I'm torn between the 07/08 600RR and the 08 R6. The R6's seat height is 1.2" taller than the 600RR which is one of the things that I like about it since I'm so tall. Even tho it's only an inch difference, that's a big deal for me.

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