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post #11 of 20 Old 11-05-2012, 06:08 PM
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My butt used to get sore quicker than anything else once I learned the proper riding technique. I wear these now and it helps immensely, plus adds some protection.
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post #12 of 20 Old 11-05-2012, 06:54 PM
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I'm 6'1 and 250 and have never felt uncomfortable, excepting that my ass gets sore after awhile. Fixing that with some sort of seat mod next year. Maybe I don't have the fairing issue because my thighs are so fat that I don't notice it.

Ha ha ha you make me laugh MTC. You are FAR from fat....maybe PHAT, but not fat lol

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The 250 in my opinion is the most comfortable sport bike i've ridden and I have ridden many

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maybe if you actually rode one it will feel more comfortable

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Stop being a puss and ride the thing some more. Build up your tolerance. I rode mine 1,000+ miles in two days. My butt got sore, but who's wouldn't?
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Stop being a puss and ride the thing some more. Build up your tolerance. I rode mine 1,000+ miles in two days. My butt got sore, but who's wouldn't?
he doesn't even own a cbr250r lol

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OP is trolling as usual.

There is no way your legs could hit the fairing unless you are 6'4 or bigger.
The cbr has more legroom than any sportsbike ever made due to its high seat and (too) low pegs.

He only ever posts to bag the cbr, a bike he has never even ridden even after trolling here for a year.

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dead set [!] 'everytime i sit on a cbr250r...'
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yeah, "sit" not "ride". I think he's just trying to pick out things wrong and bad about the cbr (which are false) to try and justify his purchase of the ninja 300 (if he's telling the truth) and is trying to bag out the cbr just for the sake of it.

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OP is trolling as usual.

There is no way your legs could hit the fairing unless you are 6'4 or bigger.
The cbr has more legroom than any sportsbike ever made due to its high seat and (too) low pegs.

He only ever posts to bag the cbr, a bike he has never even ridden even after trolling here for a year.
With so many new riders on this forum I thought the OP just didn't know what a fairing was. I was still having trouble picturing what he was talking about. Now I know. Thanks.
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