Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SpencimusPrime, Jul 5, 2010.
It's a 2009 Honda Rebel. Engine's a 250.
Nice bike and by all that is good and holy you must paint it orange and call it Wreck-gar!
Awesome dude! Can I ride?
Congrats. I agree, paint it orange.
Way to give mom a heart attack man
Your doing it wrong. Paint that shit white with red and blue trim, with some stars, and start jumping cars. I start with 4 cars 'til you get used to it.
I got a ninja 250 2 years ago. don't ever let anyone tell you that you need a bike with a "real" engine. a little 250 will go fast enough and there's something to be said about a nice little bike that handles well. enjoy and ride safe!
I'd get a motorcycle if I bothered to get my license, or overcome my fear of driving. Hell I can't even ride a bike.
God I'm pathetic.
thats great advice....but you might want work your way up to something with just a little more kick after you get the hang of it. also, for the love of god, wear a helmet, even if you live in a state where your dont have to!
Nice bike man take care of it.
I used to have a Ninja 250 also... great bike. I didn't care if it was a "girl's bike." But to compare the Ninja 250 to a Rebel 250 isn't much of a comparison. The Ninja is much faster and will run 65 MPH all day long, I had mine up to around 110. The Rebel's top speed is 70 or so. So yes, the Rebel is a nice bike but after a year or so I would say Spencimus will be longing for something with a bit more zip.
I really want a motorcycle but the problem is I only really like vintage ones and they are very pricey.
I stand corrected by partner in morality!
Evel Knievel for the win.
Yeah, It's a great starter bike.
Kudos to you and Congrats...now don't do anything out there...not much between you and the road and other vehicles...if you know what I mean
Nice bike, hope you take care of it.
Nice bike. I'm sure you've heard it a million times from everyone, but here's one more: be extremely careful and drive defensively. I've had the misfortune of being in 4 car accidents (none of which were my fault), two of which I would not have walked away from if I'd been on a motorcycle.
Wear your helmet!
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