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Hi all!

Will England here out of Overland Park, KS. Been riding 11 years, mostly on oversized touring and sport touring bikes. I've got a BMW K1100LT and Ducati ST2 in the garage, used to ride a ST1100, VFR, Concours etc.

Really *Really* liking the CBR250R - low weight, honkin fun powerband.

Will
 

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Welcome!

I cannot wait until winter is over! Have you tried it on the expressway yet? I have been too nervous to try it yet there.
 

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" Really *Really* liking the CBR250R - low weight, honkin fun powerband":eek: I'm with you :cool: I like the CBR250R so much I have not had one of the BMW'S or other bikes out this year :D
 

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Welcome!

I cannot wait until winter is over! Have you tried it on the expressway yet? I have been too nervous to try it yet there.
Yup. About 1 KM out of the dealers parking lot I pulled it up on I-470, a 110 KPH expressway and rode 50KM home at full tilt boogie. At least I'm breakin it in right!

Keeps up great - ran between 100 and 115KPH without a complaint. Smooth, unaffected by traffic wind and big trucks.
 

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LOVE this bike. My riding history is with bigger bikes and by far this bike is the funnest. You will definately enjoy this new ride. Congrats:)Welcome to the forum
 

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I've ridden big bikes and small bikes, on the road and off the road, for more than four decades..... and reckon a quarter litre is the sweet spot offering nimble handling and reasonable economy, with enough performance to cope with the open road. It may not be all that people dream of, but is all the bike that most need.
 

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Greetings wingland,


Welcome to the Forum. Congratulations on the New cbr. More smiles to the miles with this 1/4 L.
 
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