Obviously you people have never rode an R6 or R1 if you have to ask this question - not only will the one bike do it for you but it will leave you itching for more. If you want a "tourer" drive a cage or something. But if you want a street bike - R6 or R1, a track bike you say? R6 or R1. A highway bike maybe? R6 or R1. Anything you can think of, except maybe a 1,500 jaunt to Tampa which like I said use a cage dumba$$, you got it. Forget the rest and ride the best - Yamaha.ShanMan14 said:I've always felt that one bike just can't fill all of my riding needs. While I only have one right now, I try to use it for everything.
There are times I like to take trips, but a crotch rocket isn't good for that. I've done it... and more than once. It's painful. I'd rather have a sport-tourer for these trips.
In the twisties, my SV can't be beat. It's perfect for that and around town.
On the track, you almost need something setup for that you can leave alone all the time.
So, IS there a bike that can fill all of these needs? I don't think there is one that can perform in all areas the way I'd expect.