Best Mountain Bike Technology
If you're watching this video in 360 that's cause your early (or you have crappy internet). You guys should know by now I upload First Rides in 1080 all day every day.
it looks like a tiny h2
I've been seriously considering this bike, but at 6'1" I'm going to need the riser seat, a ride adjust on the rear suspension, new clip-ons and rearsets, and at that point the RC390 looks a lot more appealing (engine reliability aside)
Where can a person get riding lessons (for a person who has never rode a motorcycle) or, do you just find a seasoned rider to teach you???
You do understand that Americans are the only people who use the term beginner bike. That has no meaning because everyone's first bike is a beginner bike, no matter what the size. Running down the interstate at 140 mph shows a lack of sense or education. In Europe the motorcycle is secondary form of transportation, and in many countries a new rider can't ride the Ninja 400. Educate yourself to understand going fast has nothing to do with your riding skills.
Just last week i did something VERY stupid on my bike for the first time. I floored it in 2nd gear on my 2003 VFR800 down an ally in 2nd gear and didn’t look for an intersection, turns out there was a blind one 30 feet in front of me when I’m doing probably 65, AND a car heading right towards where I would end up. Only been riding for 6 months, but I’ve practiced emergency braking, though there was ruts in the pavement and patches of leaves and sand. I SLAMMED on my brakes because I HAD to. And the VFR800 has ‘CBS’ combined braking system which adds rear brake pressure under hard front brake input. My bike launched onto its front tire suspension bottomed out, rear end lifted i cocked it with my hip and my inner batman kicked in and I somehow totally saved it without dying or hurting my bike. LESSON learned.
oh please begginer bikes are capable to ride with a passenger i did it all the time with a duke 125 yea granted it was slow but who gives a crap it could start on big hills just fine brake ok and on highway speeds it did not really matter 100kms was very much doable even with the biggest of passenger
Getting passed by 18Wheelers, no thanks- Go 1290 SuperDuke R
I am torn between this one and CB300F as my first bike. Found great deals for both. Anyone know from experiences How’s the mpg of the ninja? I will primarily use it for 20mile roundtrip commuting with a max allowed speed of 60mph. I want something gas efficient but also something that will be fun to take out on the weekends. Any insight would be appreciated.
That’s my first bike, I’ve had it for now exactly 6months and honestly I love it. I’m looking into other more powerful bikes now tho. It does a great job but I still think a bit more power would be nice.
I don't understand why you keep calling it a "beginners bike" The Kawasaki Ninja 400 is a VERY capable bike that is suitable for riders of any ability. Keep harping on about it being beginners bike gives riders the wrong idea. Lots of riders ride bikes that are not suitable for them because they think it's the macho thing to do!
Just bought the same bike from that same location ayyy its a babe
It has plenty of passing power if your in the high rev range unless your close to the top speed range. It will wheelie. It handles awesome. It stops on a dime . And it’s about 5 grand. What more do you need. And it’s sexy!!
Does the Ninja 300 have a smoother motor than the 400? I live in Seattle, you cant go fast in this traffic hellhole might as well get tthe one with the silkier feeling motor? Any one have a suggestion?
does the interface show you what gear you are in or does it only have neutral?
Front suspension too soft, on your video
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