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Hi all,

Just thought I would say hello.
I ordered my 300r (tri colour) at the weekend, will be picking it up on Saturday.
I have owned a range of bikes from a GS500. Hornet600, CBR600f & fs.
Currently riding a Honda CRF250l, was meant to be temporary but fell in love with how light and nimble it was.
After 18 months though I am struggeling with the power and motorway riding so have gone for the 300r.
Hoping this will have a little more pull and be more stable at higher speeds.

Roll on the weekend :)
 

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Welcome!
the 300 is a good bike. I got no problems keeping up at 70+ mph traffic, although I don't like to keep that steady pace too long. I like my back roads and turns.

Be Safe, and as always....Finish The Ride!
 

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Light and nimble almost always a clear win, good to see with that in mind you went with the CBR3000

Welcome!
 

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Hi all,

Just thought I would say hello.
I ordered my 300r (tri colour) at the weekend, will be picking it up on Saturday.
I have owned a range of bikes from a GS500. Hornet600, CBR600f & fs.
Currently riding a Honda CRF250l, was meant to be temporary but fell in love with how light and nimble it was.
After 18 months though I am struggeling with the power and motorway riding so have gone for the 300r.
Hoping this will have a little more pull and be more stable at higher speeds.

Roll on the weekend :)
Wow! Another member in the UK :) .

I have a CRF250L too and it's a great bike :) .

You will enjoy the CBR300R. I have the tri colour too :) .

On Friday 19th, mine is going in for it's first service.

Enjoy!
 

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Thanks for the welcome guys.
Picked the bike up Saturday and absoloutly loving it!
Bit frustrating at the moment running it in as I shouldnt go about 7000rpm for the 1st 600 miles.
Already put 200 on it, so lots more riding needed.
 

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No need to be frustrated, you wont damage it riding it as you would normally. Enjoy your new ride!
 
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