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Yeah you want a gsx-r750 second hand.
maybe this model
Have no other pictures then this shit one from when I rode alot offaroad innarain, bike fell over right as I was going to take the picture and I decided it wasn't worth it to go pick it up for a picture
I learned that once, I done a stand up wheelie to show off then dropped it doing a u-turn after because I was busy thinking about whether or not it made me look like a wanker
after the u-turn I didn't have to worry about that anymore.
I didn't want to like it as much as I did, I rode one and it was like, oh no, oh no, this is really really really good.
I really like the ergoes on them, they're great if you're tall like me.
If people would give them a fucking chance they'd love them.
I wish they didn't cost so much, here you can get a gsx-r750 on road for 14.2
and I think a zx-636 is about 16.5 for a new one.
I mean it makes sense, it's a newer model, traction control and stuff but I don't really want a 600 for that, shit I could spend the price difference on the 750 and get some braided lines, maybe a bazzaz z-fi unit (which has TC), quickshifter etc.
>what is this, some kinda tiger?
respond to my trips
BVG will thank me for the recommendation later
>Got muh Day Long
This thing is comfy as fuck I tell you whut
Take a good look at this bike. Find everything that's wrong with it. Then look him in the eye and say "Ur bikes a shit. I'm not gonna pay you (asking price). How about (your desired price)?" Then when he tells you no you have to say bye and move to the next one.
well that's just straight ultimatum bro. i was just gonna be like
>i gotta put some cash into this to make it a DD
>can i meet you at (askingprice)-200
>he'll say no
>we meet at (askingprice)-100
but how do i make that possible? if he doesn't budge i'll cave cause i want the bike, but how do i make him budge a bit?
i called him today for all the details but we didnt talk price to each other, so there's no solid anchor point. should i ask for -300 and 'settle' for -100?
Suck his dick and let him fuck you.
Hey guys, I was looking into purchasing a dirtbike. I have rode my motorcycle all around the streets, except I want something to take off road but also be agile.
I live in a town surrounded by the forest, so that is mainly why I want to get a dirtbike. If I ever get in trouble, I want to be able to ditch cops (or at least not be bumper to bumper with them) from the speed of the bike. That being said, I obviously want to be able to drive this thing on the road.
Well last time I bought my bike he wouldn't budge much so I gave him pretty much what he wanted. I realized soon after that I shouldn't have done that because the bike was shit and I could have waited for a better deal.
Last time I went to look at a bike I did what I said here >>14161040. I offered what I thought it was worth and he gave me a counter-offer. I declined. A few couple later the CL ad was changed and his asking price was reduced to what his counter-offer was. I messaged him and told him my offer still stands, but he just gave me another counter-offer. I declined again.
Don't give more than you think the bike is worth. Try to go extra jew at first if that's what you want, but don't buy it for too much money because there will always be more of them for sale eventually.
He says he's ridden his bike on the streets a lot so I assumed he has some idea of what to do when it comes to riding- I know offroading is a completely different beast from street riding but at least he knows what the controls of the bike are, lel
Also from what I hear, the 690 enduro isn't a very intimidating bike. torky as fuqq but still, my friends who have ridden them say that it's a pretty "calm" bike
But yeah anon disregard my advice and get a 250cc DS first
the bike's asking price is $1000 but it has expired tags that cost $600. $1600 for a plated dirtbike. it's still a decent deal at asking price, so it will be kind of difficult.
you should be able to plate a dirtbike somewhat easily. wr450, crf450x, klx450r, etc. these are better offroad, which is sounds like what you are geared toward.
XR650r is widely regarded as far better in terms of speed, power delivery, and general construction than the L. It's also way more hektik and not street legal off the floor, you need to do that aftermarket
Just know that IIRC, the XRR is kickstart only and has some pretty limited luggage options unless you're into nigger rigging stuff. The kickstart only may not seem like a big deal, but you might be singing a different tune after trying to kick one of those monsters to life. If you've got the chest hair though, the 650r is definitely the way to go. It's got like 15 more hp than the 650L off the floor as well
Well the 650R hasn't been sold since 2007. The 650L is still sold today
I don't typically recommend a small bike for a new street rider, but it's almost imperative when learning to ride on dirt. The threshold for things going shitty is a lot smaller and having a dirtbike that is happiest at 60mph+ isn't smart
> The threshold for things going shitty is a lot smaller and having a dirtbike that is happiest at 60mph+ isn't smart
Good point. I almost ate shit going about 50 on some trail on my little two fiddy today and it was anus-clenching. Taught me to slow my dumb ass down on the dirt, at least for now
>usually dont feel weed edibles at all
>friend makes some brownies
>he's made them before and i didn't feel much
>eat 2 big ones
>they taste pretty dank
>decide to head home before they kick in
>get on bike and leave
>halfway home about 20 minutes later I suddenly realize that I am super high
>like snoop dogg
>proceed to ride home
It was fun.
Hey, the dirtbike guy again. I was wondering what one of these will set me back. I got about a good 10k to spend on it, but if I can get good performance for less, that would be awesome (about to head into college, would like to eat things other than ramen).
Also, I have been riding a Ducati Diavel (used) which is no sports bike, but has some kick to it on the road. Now that I am getting a dirtbike, what would you recommend as the cc of the thing? I am reading what you guys are saying and how a 450cc or a 650cc with rock my ass to a new galaxy. Would a 450 be good for me if I learn it carefully? Keep in mind, I got to run from cops in this shit.
>getting a dirt bike to run from cops with before having any real dirt experience
You're going to get seriously hurt or killed. Get a beater 250, learn the fundamentals on it for a while, and THEN get something to hoon on and make poor decisions with
Not hom but not hard at all, i may be a bad person to ask because i have been riding on dirt for 18 years but from my experience a 250 is just as fast as a 450 in a straight line up until 100km/h, the 450 is a lot more forgiving though because you do not have to be flooring the thing at full throttle fucking everywhere.
If anything the most dangerous dirt bikes are 125's.
Yeah I always try to slide around like a flat tracker but sometimes it can get a bit hairy.
I understand what you are saying, but I am not that stupid. I am not about to go 80 on a bike I have no feel for. What are your experiences with your dirtbike? Is it really that uncontrollable?
you guys ever work on your bike and get stuck on something simple turn into something complicated, and then only realize hours later when you're about to fall asleep what you should have done?
god damn it.
Why are road bike riders bigger normies than cagers are when it comes to dirt bikes in other countries?
Over here you learn to ride on a dirt bike for a good 5 years before ever riding a road bike and the only reason you do that is because you are too broken to ride a dirt bike anymore..
Watch this video and learn.
In all seriousness, it's not that hard- but like CC81PT said, the threshold for error is a lot lower on the dirt. There's a lot more shit to smash into and slip on while riding innawoods.
HOW DARE THIS GUY TRY AND RIDE THE ROAD WHEN WE'RE TRYING TO MAKE EBIC YT MEME VIDEOS
literally all of his videos are compilations (or shitty blogs) about how people dont follow traffic rules 100% of the time. idk how people can listen to a whiny bitchy voice like that for more than 10 seconds.
I got sent the video by somebody else complaining about it.
As If i'd watch le explodey ducati man
They could use these videos as torture in guantanamo bay, can you imagine being in a sensory deprivation tank where the only thing playing over and over is that video of chase on twowheels explaining how his panigale crash wasn't his fault?
The videos must be watched in this order.
1. "reckless" adventure rider
2. him crashing like a bitch being 3x stupider following someone who apparently leans over more than he'd ever seen anybody ride.
aspieon2wheels crashed SOMEONE ELSE'S panigale and later made a video explaining how he was in the right about it. he was obviously speeding and could have avoided it completely but he wanted to pull a cool one. not sure how the insurance/backpayments went, but goddamn what a fucking idiot.
and he also crashed his r6 trying to keep up with someone way out of his league.
these retards are influencing motorcycling as a whole with their idiocy
they are de-evolving the art as a whole and encouraging people to ride (who shouldn't) while filling their minds with garbage advice.
we're doomed I tell ya
it sucks. the popular channels are all hooligan material or stupid boring vlogs. feels weird that 13 year olds are in charge of directing the profitable youtube content
it's what the memeT-09 was created to please, that's why they sold like a billion of these things in 2015
Hey /dbt/, I know this is the land of start on a liter bike cause balls out, but I started on a 250 and have been riding everyday for three months. It's my commuter and I'm confident enough on the street, but canyons are still kind of unsure.
I've made the decision to fly two states away to buy a 2001 FZ1 and ride it back. Tips for not dying?
See i dont understand that why are people buying an mt09 as a first bike when the mt07 is a god damned learner bike.
That shit is like buying a Ninja 636 instead of a Ninja 650 as a first bike.
Like 4 years ago when this motovlogging stuff started taking off I noticed how retarded these dudes were, and I'm so glad that there's at least a minority consensus of people that agree. I think they have it in their brains that because they are famous in an internet community that it makes them good riders or something.
It's actually not totally 100% effective the other way too, I mean at a basic primal level maybe but I mean I started on dirt and transitioned to road and I was surprised at how little actually did transfer over, you still need to learn to ride the "road" way the same as you'll need to learn to ride the "dirt" way transitioning in the opposite.
The body position, the braking, the use of the throttle is all very different.
unless you're casey stoner in which case just wrench on that shit and drift it uleh
I'm not gonna lie, the big reason I want to replace my 250 is to get a bike with an i4. I want that sound. I want that howl. I also want something with more pull so it can go up hills faster. I do live on an escarpment, so some of my favorite local country roads have some hills on them.
Even then, I'm looking at maximum 800cc, and a standard/sport-standard configuration.
It's a damn shame I couldn't get any 4 cylinder 250s. They sound nice.
Except for coming out of slides, gotta be more careful on the street or it could end up in a highside.
i'm not that good either but i ride a 600. i can't afford a track day but i want tot get some better body positioning. i would have wrecked a ninja 250 trying ot get that good before up
gsx-s my friend
get the super beluga version
true, That is more down to needing a powerful bike when sliding on the street though, too easy to catch grip with a bike that barely spins its wheel in the first place.
Yeah but last i heard you were being a smart cookie unlike the goons in the youtoobs videos and you were looking at stuff like the cb400 and cb650 for your second bike not a 100+ horsepower corner attacking weapon
>cornering like that is harder at low speeds.
That makes me feel better about only barely scraping knee a few times when I was at the kart track. I hope to get better next time
Still though the majority of riders spend 90+% of the time on the road, and you can't really do that on the road. Even if you were ballsy enough to ride with that little of a safety margin, a lot of 250s would have to work really hard to keep up on corner exit since most corners are 45mph+.
And by the way, check out the MT07 if you want something that sounds nasty but is also user friendly.
I mean I get what he's saying but yeah you in general need "tight" road corners to get your knee down on the road, in particular the ones near me where I can do it have you at about 45-50 mph at the apex if you're going fast.
Any faster and you have to be going ridiculously quick to get your shit down.
I don't really know what to think about the 07's, I like the engine so i would recommend them only if you're not planning on hitting the twisties much or ever going to a track day because the lack of preload and spongy digging feeling is just fucking weird imo.
>CBR250RR is Japan only IIRC
>Balius was never sold in America/Canada
>GSX250 was never sold in Canada
It's still kinda vain, but I would definitely get a cb400, 500, 600, etc. The XJ600 is also there. There's one nearby me, but I know the guy who owns it, and that bike's got some problems I don't want to deal with.
Someone's selling a ZR750, and I like Zephyrs.
Everything is harder at low speed on a bike. It's why Motogymkhana is so impressive.
I like the MT-07, and my only lamentation about it is the retro package XSR is only available in 900cc in US/Canada. But since the XSR is literally just an MT-09 with no fairing, different tank, and headlight, an MT-07 is right up my alley.
Except for being a twin. But it's a very nice sounding twin.
Yeah very true, my main complaint about the bike when i rode my brothers was that the back wheel comes off the ground under heavy braking so it is doing pretty much nothing when you are trying to slow down, that and you get head shakes that only stop when you give it a bit of a wrap on the throttle if you hit a bump around a corner while the bike is leant right over.
First thing i would recommend is getting new springs put in the shocks if you ride like a bit of a moron, if you cruise though i wouldnt even touch their suspension, soft dampening is nice in towns and just cruising.
So with damping rod forks you can just change the oil viscosity to change damping rates?
But in cartridge forks you are supposed to revalve them? What happens if you put thicker oil instead of revalving a fork?
yeah the mt-07 is fine for what I see buying it around where I live, which is muppets who just want something that looks edgy and feels fast to go around the city and make a big noise having "da fastest LAMS bro"
I don't see them around the twisties and I don't expect to see them.
I would definitely rate them as a commuting day to day bike, they are comfy, very very VERY easy to ride around at low speed and do tight maneuvers on and the engine is a pearl like I said.
I just don't rate them as cornering machines...at all.
get a cb400sf and when you get bored with the power put a turbo on it and gain death by throttle with the added bonus of tstu tstu tstu.
One of the easiest bikes to put a turbo on apparently, all the shit about turbo charging them tends to be on Japanese sites and forums though.
I thought forced induction didn't work well with carbs tho because the positive air pressure makes the venturi effect go away so it can't draw fuel from the float bowl? Do you have to get special carbs for turbos?
you need a special everything, the turbo is exhaust fed and feeds back into the air box, fair few different companies make different exhaust headers for doing it, few different styles if you are really interested have a look into it, japs are crazy about their 400cc bikes.
>, I like the engine so i would recommend them only if you're not planning on hitting the twisties much or ever going to a track day because the lack of preload and spongy digging feeling is just fucking weird imo.
compromises are made on every bike. i think it's a fantastic bike if all you need to change is forks and exhaust (exhaust being essential on every bike).
ground clearance maybe? look at the size of the hero blobs on the mt-07, not much lean available.
I dunno, you could put a few 1000 dollars into upgrading the the mt-07, brakes, suspension at both ends etc. and it still probably wouldn't be overall as good as just getting a street triple instead with the price difference.
alright here we go, got some MSRP for you americans soon as y'all complain when I use aud.
Street triple: $9,390
I don't think with $1,390 dollars you could even make an MT-07 AS GOOD as a ST675, let alone better.
>fastest LAMS bro
Funny you say that, me and my brother have tested this thoroughly.
From a standing start my cb400 flogs it, (cb400 leads all the way, has a higher top speed too)
From 100km/h accelerating hard, again the cb400 wins and both of us agree you can get the cb through the corners faster than the mt07, neither of us can catch the cb400 while riding the mt07 through tight twisties.
Loud bikes save lives, if cars can hear you they know you are there.
yeah I'm a naughty boy and derestricted my 650 which is why I find the MT-07 loud-pipe-city-rev-burnout-shark-raw-helmet crowd so fucking hilarious.
They're like ascended ninja 300 revbombers.
>trying to start a dual carburetor bike on a cold morning to get to work
Fuck BMW, never again
>tfw you realize recommended tire pressures are so high because of EU noise regulations and higher pressure = lower rolling noise
>tfw you attend a Dave Moss workshop and he tells you there is no correct tire pressure, there's only what you like best
>tfw you drop your tire pressures in front and rear by 4 psi and suddenly everything is a lot better
My entire riding life has been a lie.
i guess people dont really notice.
because it give more power and better sound?
>I dunno, you could put a few 1000 dollars into upgrading the the mt-07, brakes, suspension at both ends etc. and it still probably wouldn't be overall as good as just getting a street triple instead with the price difference.
true. a new jap bike is more reliable than an old euro bike though.
wierd, most bikes i had got really awesome tool kits. Pic semi related.
Yeah, reading through the CBR250 forums a lot of Americans were very shocked after reading about all the stuff Ausie and Asian riders had in theres only to open theirs and have only 2 things. I know I was shocked!
>tfw Canada so no CB400SF unless I import it
>tfw no 400cc bikes of any kind in Canada unless I import them
anyone have the video or webm of that guy crashing his motorcycle in front of a bunch of girls.
He crashed once and then crashed into a building or something
he was from reddit I think
my cb400 tool kit came with these "quality" tools
What camera should I get? Got a cheap generic Chinese one and it sucks. Will post some glorious NZ webms tomorrow.
Looked at go pros, ghost, bandit and a few others but none seem to live up to the quality they say they should when I look at YouTube reviews..
dunno, I just got a xiaomi yi soon as it's got the insides of a gopro hero 3 black (ambarella a7) and only costs like 100 bucks and I'm just gonna use that until the next big thing comes along soon as I'm not really willing to spend 400-600 on a gopro now.
Maybe i'll wait until the hero 5 if the xiaomi ends out being okay.
I'm 6'0" and 230 lbs. Am I too big for a bike like this? I just want to ride away from high traffic and go on track eventually.
Also, I wouldn't want to start out on such a high displacement. What bikes are good on the lower end for larger guys that aren't burly Homo Davidsons
In the aviation community we call a crescent wrench a "crescent hammer". You can imagine what we use them for most of the time at that point.
>You can remove a spark plug with an open end wrench? I don't think I can do that on any of my bikes
Bike tool kits got a spark plug socket m8.
Cheap chinese open end wrenches aren't any better than a crescent wrench. Plus in the garage anything becomes a hammer
I was talking about replacing the open end wrenches with a crescent wrench
Where the fuck did I mention girls cunt and how is this fedora tier
And why the fuck do you need a Supersport to go on track? Is not wanting Death by Taxi Pajeet not a good enough reason?
>how is this fedora tier
only a CLASSY bike for me
Did see good reviews on that one. Generic camera I have shoots at 30fps 1080p. Older gopros do also, but mine appears alot worse. What should I judge on of specs don't speak the truth?
Not even mad, got my action can for $45
>2001 EX250 fits me fine
>Don't be a fucking faggot
>500cc or less (obvious exceptions with supersport models like the CBR250RR)
>standard or sport-standard
>buy used you fucknugget
>don't spend more than $2000 for your first bike
>don't be afraid of dropping it
>increase confidence, love every moment of riding
>eventually get that desire to buy the forever bike
>buy the forever bike on your second one and grow old, get a salt and pepper moustache and die off the bike
>family sells your forever bike to a chipper young rider who isn't buying his first bike
>the saga fucking continues
Question, is an r6 a girl's bike? Or is it great for the road being that you can actually roll the throttle on the street without doubling the speed limit too soon?
guys, I fell in love today. if anybody is in the denver area, please snatch this baby up for me. I cant afford to have 3 bikes
there's a heap of things that go into what makes a camera good looking and you don't have specs for all them.
Chiefly is dynamic range, which is basically how bright and how dark it can see at the same time, this is what stops the sky from just being blown out white on some cameras while you can still see the detail on others.
The other ones are pixel binning, ISO performance and bitrate/codec, there's also rolling shutter effect but that one doesn't show up on action cameras much.
The way the sensor produces 1080p video is always going to be different, a 1920x1080 sensor will be sharper making 1920x1080 video than a 16 mp sensor that is picking and choosing bits to make it's 1080p video.
then there's the bitrate and compression, iso (noise) attributes and the quality of the lens attached to the sensor itself.
Basically the only way to judge an action cameras quality of footage is to get real world uncompressed sample videos and compare it yourself.
I didn't even realize the r6s existed.
I am looking at a 2001 r6 on kijiji. I have grown tired of my '81 kz550. And I am not moving it to my current province where I will be living for the foreseeable future. So the R6 looked like a decent deal and a lot of fun(whopping 50hp of the kz to 120hp). Obviously I am new to sport bikes, and I am not 100% on the culture of them.
I am assuming that is a +1 for not being a girly bike.
what's classy about a used bike with Lucas electronics
you're implying anyone but niggs thinks used Jaguars are classy
Sounds good. I'm only just beginning to look into riding seriously. Does having extra weight like us harm performance on a 250?
should i get screws and stud the tires on the XR and go up in the hills next weekend?
>tfw an original m1919 is awaiting destruction at the hands of the ATF
>thinking of selling my gs1200ss (close to Suzuki bandit) to get a smaller bike
>straight lines it feels like a rocketship but in twisties I just can't get my head around it. No matter what I do to the suspension and riding style it doesn't want to give me a confident feeling
>am I making a mistake?
Thinking about getting a light 650cc for more fun
I used to one.....1st gen R6's are known for having 2nd gear issues so be sure to test ride it before puchasing.
In all seriousness, the R6 like the other 600cc Super Sport bikes are not 'girl bikes'. If you're newish to bikes read the sticky or do a bit more research. Not saying you can't handle it or anything, but the R6 will be a totally different animal compared to your previous bike
That would be pretty neat. Always wanted to put screws in an old tire and try it out on some ice
Put in my time off today, time to really start planning I guess. only trail I had in mind was White Rim Trail
fuck those gs1200ss's look cool though.
anyway you'll find most 650's actually weigh more than your average 600 if you're after something light for the twisties, well that's what a 600 (or a 750) is for.
My EX250 weighs 375 pounds.
I weigh 240.
The maximum weight capacity on a 250 is 300, including pillion, gear, rider, and cargo.
Keep in mind this capacity is probably not the true capacity of the motorcycle but instead a number to keep you fairly safe.
I managed to get the bike out to eighty miles an hour for more than fifteen minutes on the highway. Yeah, you will affect the performance of the motorcycle on such a small bike. But honestly, that shouldn't be your biggest concern. Just get on two wheels for cheap, go on google maps and make some routes, or on motoplaner.de.
Ride some of those routes, ask for anons to share some of their rides if you live in their country.
Have some fun, build dem skills.
i figured we'd just find a map or to and wander around the area and see how we do.
im not much for preplanning vacations since then they feel too structured to really just relax
ill keep an eye on the weather for next weekend and see if things will pan out. i went up yesterday and the snow is strong enough to hold up a car in places and deep enough to put you in past your knees
I'm not really concerned about speed at the moment, really more like stability and not too much wear on the suspension and the like.
Do you wear a lot of gear? Much trouble fitting in shit?
ATGATT, homie. I have an advantage in Canada because it never gets past 40c here. So I can even wear full black leathers and it will only suck if I have to stay still for a long time.
Which only happens in places you don't want to ride anyway.
No, I don't have trouble fitting into my gear because I went to a tailor and got my measurements taken. Then I bought gear online.
As for stability, a small 250cc twin like my Ninja has a redline at 14kRPM. When you get to 10k RPM you can start to feel the bike vibrating in your hands.
That's not a loss of stability, it's just a minor discomfort from the engine exploding so much to propel you forward.
You'll only need to worry about stability if you're building custom motorcycles or if you're riding a really old bike. Like one from the 70s or before.
As for wear, nigga it's a Japanese bike. The country will turn to Fury Road before an uncrashed Japanese bike wears out.
Suspension is fairly cheap, doesn't wear fast at all.
Good to know I will be rolling through the gears when I check her out.
Good to know.
Thanks for the cautionary. I don't think I would want to buy a 250 or 300 for a season just to get used to higher revving sport bikes. But I will be sure to take it easy till i get the hang of the different mechanics.
not worried about fixing it myself if it's not.
It's only a focus issue depending on what typical distances you'll want to be focusing on, particulary it seems to be the quadcopter guys who don't like the close focus but my bike will only be a meter from the lens at most.
so we'll see.
Oh yes, and one other thing.
The EX250 is a sport-standard, and that's an important distinction to make.
Pure sports bikes have you hunched forward like you're racing. They're made for that position.
A sport-standard is a regular motorcycle with a neutral seating position that has a sportbike fairing.
Literally the best of both worlds until you drop it at 0 mph because a cop went through a light with his siren on and you were turning right legally.
Then stopped to ask if you were okay.
Dick obviously had more important shit to do.
And I cracked my damn fairing.
end of the day if I don't feel like fixing it myself, australian consumer law is pretty clear and if it's out of focus that would be pretty clearly not "fit for purpose" and I can just return it or get it swapped for one that doesn't have it.
I have a SJ5000+ that I don't use. It has quality video and its night video was surprisingly good too.
Its ok but it can crash randomly and it gets really hot. When you first turn it on you have to wait for it to "warm up" for about 10seconds before recording or getting into menus. If you dont it just shutsdown.
Well I couldn't find the damned C-spanner size in my service manual nor in the Malaysian owners manual .pdf, nor in any fucking forum posting.
I did find out that older toolsets for honda's CB600 has a C-spanner that'll fit along with the sparkplug socket and the various wrenches of questionable quality. So I plan on ordering that from Partzilla for $20.
I also found out that I can get the bolts and chain-cover for my bike for another $20.
So 2 things: $20 for a CBR chain cover/guard a good price? Any issues ordering from Partzilla?
i gouged the hell out of ur mums pussay, fagget!
>double demerits ends
>4 days of rain
inb4 hurr durr riding in the rain is just as good I'm a special snowflake
yeah dark times ahead friends
on the plus side I won't lose my licence next time I get done
rain is good, embrace its watery goodness
unnecessary and you don't get the cool SFX of shifting up
Don't listen to me though I'm only an inexperienced rider
Christ that's ugly
Guys how do you do it?
I went from a
>Has car no bike
>No car Has bike
I drove my friends 230hp manual trans car the other day and it felt like the slowest shit ever.
I test drove one a year ago and I was going to get a Hyundai Genesis coupe, 348hp but now I feel like the nothing can compare to the power off a bike.
Does anyone have a good recommendation on these? Do they even work
Don't get a car to be excited by power, either get one that's comfy, a childhood dream of yours or a shitbox because you need something to drive when it rains / snows / freezes / when you need to pack a lot of stuff.
Cars are for chilling, bikes for excitement.
I own a fast car and fast bike and while this is true somewhat, a car offers different driving pleasures than a bike.
Then again I always travel (long distance trips) with my bike, since nothing beats it in that regard (if the weather is nice).
It's like comparing apples to oranges really.
But yeah, if you want cheap and affordable fun, then an econobox and a bike are the best option.
It gets better in spring. But just for a little bit.
Nop.. that is Siberia... And i live in Ghetto part of town. But that location is very good, and it has a high price.
We are hoping to sell it so i can have place of my own.
Ye i know. The view is shitty but the house i noice.
Yes. That is normal here in Siberia because of the income.
Me and my brother have upper floor, while they are down.
But i cannot wait to sell this house so i can get myself a small house in Zemun with workplace.
That would be tits.
NO fucking way!??
Noice! But wait can you speak Siberian?
around 100m2. And that is ton of space for myself.
well look at me man, i live normally with shitty pay.
Imagine if you where living with some other person, the bills will cut down to half.
I was confused for a moment, do you mean Serbian?
Unfortunately I'm the first generation of my family fleeing the war, I don't speak the language.
Lots of people make money overseas and then return to live easily