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  • Hyosung Gt250R

    Hey im looking at getting me a bike cos im just starting riding an the Gt250R. ive looked into it heaps n its probably the hottest looking 250cc bike out. hyosung dont have a pretty solid rep yet but i dont know if its the way to go. a new ones about 6thousand which is okay. need a little advice on a mint 250 to start on.
    :aus-salute: Yer thats ULTIMATE :aus-salute:

    Originally Posted by lobes89 View Post
    Yea I like the bike but it's hard to get my foot under the brake lever

  • #2
    wait a bit longer and get the new kwaka 2fiddy
    I love riding, especially yamamas

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    • #3
      You can have mine for $5700 if you want. Only done 5600km's.

      They're a great bike. They sound awesome and they're comfortable to ride. Don't expect ballistic performance though......its a 250
      A cynic is a man who, when he smells flowers, looks around for a coffin.

      Dear god, it's some weird bastardized three wheeled two person go-kart.

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      • #4
        yer im a fan of the Ninja ZX-10R SE but i dont think the local cop's would be to happy if i got pulled on one of them. How's the price tag on the kawa u mentioned, looks pretty budgo but although the specs look alot more apealing
        :aus-salute: Yer thats ULTIMATE :aus-salute:

        Originally Posted by lobes89 View Post
        Yea I like the bike but it's hard to get my foot under the brake lever

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        • #5
          uhh i think the new ninja 2fiddy is about the same as the gpx is, about 6k. Correct me anyone if im wrong
          I love riding, especially yamamas

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          • #6
            i think it's slightly more expensive, but yeah, around the same price. No idea when it will be released here though

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            • #7
              hope its soon. i'll trade in the ol' (its not that old but still) gpx and get one of those! i shouldnt expect it to be much different to the gpx anyway in terms of performance and handling, so its likely to still be a good learner bike as well as a new look in racing
              I love riding, especially yamamas

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              • #8
                im not a fan of the "naked" looking bikes, unless its the ducati monster of course.
                :aus-salute: Yer thats ULTIMATE :aus-salute:

                Originally Posted by lobes89 View Post
                Yea I like the bike but it's hard to get my foot under the brake lever

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                • #9
                  actually, go for Zongshen, ive heard they're pretty decent bikes
                  I love riding, especially yamamas

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                  • #10
                    it is a good modern looking bike, easy to ride and not expensive at all. forget about what other people say, go ride them and see what suits you. I don't like the nakeds so that is why I went for it, although now I am eyeing up my next bike, either a 07 CBR600RR or the Triumph 675...... not ridden either yet.
                    build a bridge and get over it you twat

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                    • #11
                      yer ma mate keeps giving me heaps on how i should go for the cbr250 but id perfer a new hyo than a 10yr+ cbr at around the same cost. hows the hyo acclerate up to 70 as most of the roads i take to uni r 60 or 70 zones.
                      :aus-salute: Yer thats ULTIMATE :aus-salute:

                      Originally Posted by lobes89 View Post
                      Yea I like the bike but it's hard to get my foot under the brake lever

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by nortj06 View Post
                        yer ma mate keeps giving me heaps on how i should go for the cbr250 but id perfer a new hyo than a 10yr+ cbr at around the same cost. hows the hyo acclerate up to 70 as most of the roads i take to uni r 60 or 70 zones.
                        http://www.perthstreetbikes.com/foru...-4750-a-42664/

                        should come check it out man b4 you pass judgement
                        Last edited by Pagey; 16-10-2007, 11:12 PM.

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                        • #13
                          They are a new bike, with a reasonable look for a cheap price. They are what they are. Not the finest machining in the world, build quality is a little bit crude, but they appear to be reliable, look the part, are good if you are tall and unlike a 10 to 15yr old CBR havent been thrashed by 10 different owners.
                          sigpic your halo only has to fall a short distance to become a noose

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                          • #14
                            yer the flog factor on the cbr's is probably one of the main reasons im staying away from em even though they do have a more appealing weight to power ratio. my plan is to have the 250 for 1 or 2 yrs n move up to something with a little grunt so i was thinking a resale on a hyo even one of the second hand ones im seeing round would probably be a far way better then the cbr retail.
                            :aus-salute: Yer thats ULTIMATE :aus-salute:

                            Originally Posted by lobes89 View Post
                            Yea I like the bike but it's hard to get my foot under the brake lever

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by nortj06 View Post
                              im not a fan of the "naked" looking bikes, unless its the ducati monster of course.
                              vtr's look pretty monster-esque

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