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Your Next Bike

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Bmarc, Mar 27, 2006.

  1. Bmarc

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    These new bike threads got me thinking. So as the title says, what do you think will be your next bike or what would you like as your next bike? I'd either go for a 750 GSX-R in white and blue with white rims, or an R1 in blue and white, maybe an R6 hard to say right now.
     
  2. Matt30

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    I'm pretty much set on the Triumph Daytona. Hopefully gonna snatch it next fall.
     
  3. VR6in

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    What year? Where are you getting it?
     
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    Im gonna look to go fairly new....2003+. I'll be getting it from Bro's Cycle in Windsor since they are the only dealership who stocks them in NS (to my knowledge).
     
  5. CyberCX

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    My next bike is going to be either a CBR600 or an R6, preferably the CBR.
     
  6. Cheddar

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    CRF or yz450f.
     
  7. ANGELL

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    I can't imagine selling mine, I put to much work into it to suit my style. So ill be rocking it for a while yet and couldn't imagine seeing someone else ride it. I don't have much interest in newer bikes, I would just get it and dump money into it because there are only a few colors and schemes of bikes. I find it kinda funny when a bunch of people go out, and many of the bikes are the same. I was once like that with my stock blue R6, :lol: it seems like that was the only color the sold.
     
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    Either a 6RR, or another CRF450.
     
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    Yeah, they're the only dealer in the Atlantic provinces for Triumph. I know them quite well, my g/f's father owns Bro Cycle. I love the Daytona's. But my absolute favorite is the Speed Triple, not to everyone's taste but I love them.
     
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    I took one out in california and fell in love with it.
     
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    2005 Raven Black Yamaha R6... in August of this year. Can't wait! :bigup:
     
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    My next bike will either be a Ninja 10R (Brand New whichever year i buy it in) or a CBR1000RR. (Same deal, brand new for whichever year i buy it)


    But that won't be for a while. I like my bike now and i know i can't handle 1000cc's yet. I will rock the 636 for a while. Especially once i get a bunch of parts for it she will be very frickin sweet. I have already got a few parts and now i'm going into the whole "engine management / race setup" type parts.
     

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