Advice for Newbie - Please



2 replies to this topic
  • V968231

Posted February 25, 2003 - 02:41 AM

#1

I currently ride a GSXR750 2K but want to use a second bike to commute and for dirt riding.

My budget is around £3.5-4K
I travel a total of 18 miles / day
I would prefer electric start
It must be a 400cc +

I don’t know what to do about tyres “can I buy an all-round tyre or will I need to change them on-road/off-road” ?????

I’ve got my mind set on a Yamaha WR450F.

Can you please offer some advice / alternatives

P.S. I’ve also been looking at the Honda XR.

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  • dudenstumpy

Posted February 25, 2003 - 08:27 AM

#2

I have 3 bits of advice for you,

1. electric starts are for big girl's blouses
2. you'll be at the back of a long queue to spend £5500
on a road legal wr540

and 3. you should buy my HRC race kitted XR650R which
can be seen on page 12/13 of Ebay .co.uk

cheers, Craig ( Glasgow )

  • RunAnywhere

Posted February 25, 2003 - 05:29 PM

#3

Cheshire,

Try a search on the topics you have questions about. Tires and bike comparisons are subjects with vast amounts of post and opinion.

Good luck,
Ryan





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