Sounds like a good plan... over the past few years, I've seen countless new CBR250R owners throw untold amounts of money at their bikes, buying cheaply made, low quality anodized farkles from China. And at the same time many of these new riders have next to nothing in the way of good quality protective riding gear, and are unwilling to spend the money to get proper gear.Thanks for the welcome! No mods planned. Need to see how stock is first.
Excellent, congrats on taking delivery... And most importantly, way to go on not giving up in going after the bike after the months went by.Picked up my bike today! Tri-color. Was supposed to get one back in August but had to wait a bit for more funds! 36 miles on it now! It's a bit cold, but I'm OK with it! Will be time to ride the snowmobiles soon! I'm in Maryland. Big order of all new gear on its way from Revzilla!
What goes around sure does come back around... With this being a very good outcome in that you sacrificed your one and only bike when in high school. Goes to show that your heart never left riding after so many years passed by. Good on you, hope you enjoy it to the fullest... And no worries, the weather will surely turn up.I've been busy with work, plus it is a tad cold out. Only 117 miles on it so far. I really, really, like this bike! I feel real comfortable with it. I'm 47 and I haven't had a bike since high school. I had an '84 Honda Magna 700 that I bought new. Had it for a year and sold it so I could afford a car. Loved that bike! I've only been on a few bikes since then. I test rode a CBR250 this past spring and thought it was a hoot! No regrets with the 300!