Friday, October 8, 2010

Suzuki Z750 2010

If you’re new to biking this is as good a place There’s no masking the truth, but while you’re not going to ride round the outside of a Ducati 999R it’s not like you’re riding around on a BSA Bantam. They aren’t meant to do so much and the beauty of their partially limited capabilities is you know exactly how fast you’re going and how hard you can try. But it’s easy to get lost trying to pick fault in this way. Open the throttle and get a lick on anywhere off a motorway and you notice a saggy back end on the Hornet, a rodeo-like ride on the Bandit and a harshness to the Z750 similar to a swift drive down a country lane on a horse cart.

OK, for the extra money of say a CBR600RR you get a smidgeon more power (but not as much as you’d think) and you certainly get a far better chassis. If so don’t worry because I’ll let you into a secret; sports bikes might be the ideal and look the best but for most people most of the time there’s very little you could do on them that you can’t on these budget hooligans – and the rest of the time you’ll have an easier time living with them too. Right? Presumably we’re right in assuming that if you’re in the market for one of these bikes then you can’t afford, or don’t want to pay for, the latest and greatest sports bike.  Price is crucial for this category of bike.

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