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post #11 of 14 Old 02-20-2014, 11:44 AM
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I mean even as far as lower displacement bikes go, the Suzuki GW250 is one of the most boring in riding experience. You could look into other lower displacement bikes instead if you are wanting more power, but those bikes are usually more expensive.
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post #12 of 14 Old 02-21-2014, 09:58 AM
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if you want more power get a bigger bike! as simple as that



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Personally I would opt for the new one. I say that because you will have a warranty, and I don't think that power is the most important thing, especially for a new rider. There is also something to be said for the feeling of getting something brand new that you know hasn't belonged to anyone else.

Whatever you choose @Sonnen, please be sure to let us know what you end up deciding on.
My friends have been lecturing me about buying a new bike too. Warrenty is a big thing to consider for. Some friends however did mention bikes required little to no effort work and maintenence. So most fixes I can do myself. Not sure about that one.

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the gs500 is a nice bike. i've considered it.




but comparing a 2013 to a 2006 is kind of hard.
I have thought the same way the gs500 nearly 10 years old. surpringly the styling is off by much. But I know what you mean with the gap and not knowing the history of motorcycle itself

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Last thing a newb should care about is gobs of power but having enough power for the long term is important to some. Since if you go too low you might get bored of it quickly
I hvae a bunch of friends who onw more bikes than they can even handle. Most of them own a high displacement and one lower (250cc). Whenever they hit a track especially a small one they take the 250. Power is nothing they say and I can really see why.

I will keep you guys posted
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For me the cheaper insurance due to it being a 250cc was the deciding factor.
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