2008 Kawasaki Ninja on mail.2040motos
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Hi, This is a very nice 2008 Ninja 250 which runs and rides perfectly. This model is well known as a beginner bike, but is also a very capable twisty road weapon. Liter bikes have trouble staying us with you if the road gets technical enough. It is amazing how easily it deals with corners since there is so little mass to haul down and flick into the next bend. The tires are almost new and the rear is over sized which gives taller gearing and more ground clearance. I am down sizing to older bikes which don't go as fast and don't inspire the "David and Goliath" syndrome. This bike will putter around in traffic at 30 mph or cruise all day at 80mph plus, with a top speed slightly over a hundred. I have also gotten up to 75 mpg when ridden conservatively.
Kawasaki Ninja for Sale
Moto blogMon, 09 Feb 2009 00:00:00 -0800
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