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    Thread revival time!

    After the recent debacle involving insurers, I am heading out bike shopping again tomorrow.

    Looking at super sports, 600’s or similar in all likelihood, and ones that aren’t triumph or Suzuki.

    I have my eye on a ‘16 Cbr600rr, a ‘16 R6, and have also found an immaculate MV Agusta F3.

    Question:
    Thoughts on the above from those who have had them long term. They are not for commuting, but for enjoyment (occasional commuting maybe).

    Or recommend me alternatives.

    And go (please, thank you)



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    Quote Originally Posted by rubin View Post
    I have my eye on a ‘16 Cbr600rr, a ‘16 R6, and have also found an immaculate MV Agusta F3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by storm View Post
    Hysosung GT250 got trashed (idiot lady driver).

    Keeping an eye out for something else (Naked or Scooter). Commuting and occasional ride with the wife.
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    Triumph Daytona is the only answer.

    Or literally any other SS600.
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    cb125 - word has it you can get from Perth to Melbourne & back with a pillion, and a few oil changes. Powah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pnork View Post
    cb125 - word has it you can get from Perth to Melbourne & back with a pillion, and a few oil changes. Powah.
    treat it for what it is.. sure why not.

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    Just bought a Honda CMX500 a couple of months ago (and only have got to ride it twice - why I joined PSB as I am looking for shadows)... REALLY like the ride of the CMX500. Tried the a lot of those suggested above. The CMX500 is a good mix of power and ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander Keen View Post
    Triumph Daytona is the only answer.
    Mine had 60k kms until it got repossessed by drug lords, I'm sure it's still running despite their mistreatment of it. Rock-solid motor and a joy to own and ride.
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    What thro said. 1290R. Saw one last LNR. Want!
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    My Daytona is rock solid reliable as well. Add to the fact that the triple engine is the most flexible of the 600 class bikes, it commutes easily and is loads of fun when you get up it. More than a match for 4 cylinders until the top of the tacho

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