Dianne Park | MSTA Media and Public Relations Director | Florida
This is absolutely not a technical article. I was asked how I selected my bike, how I like it and why, so here is what I know after the first 13,000 miles.
Want to really have fun? Go ride a Ninja 1000!
Vertically challenged, then try out a Ninja 1000!
Want a bike that is faster than your husband’s? You got it, the Ninja. But those are his words. I would never say that!
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I chose my Ninja 1000 ABS primarily because it is one of the few sport touring bikes that has the capability of being lowered enough so that I can reach the ground! It was first lowered as much as possible, but we have raised it UP a couple of times, getting much closer to original manufacturers specs! It feels so light weight and it is um … quick! Just put the first 1000 miles on, and I LOVE it!!! And it has ABS and traction control! So far it seems like a wonderful solution for “short” riders!
Tony Suarez | Nevada
I’d been wanting to buy my own motorcycle and had a pretty good idea of what I thought I would like to purchase. After gathering information about motorcycles and talking with Nick Zarras, who proved to be a good source of information, and Nick repeating the phrase, “First things first, take an MSF training course,” I signed up for the Basic Rider Course. I passed the BRC two years ago, last month.
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