I had the same mind set when I started riding last year. I could see no particular reason to run in excess of 100 mph on public roads, well.....It's my second year, a newer bike and +100 mph on occasion has occured. As you get more experienced, you will push the envelope as your skills improve. That's not to say that I am trying to perform a Rossi/Mladin/etc., impersonation on public roads but if the expressway should clear, I am definitely opening it up. I guarantee, you will open-up that sportbike eventually.AirForceTeacher said:
:chill: Ok, bordering on uncool. That's almost an insult! :chill: Of course, I have toyed with the idea of a crusier and a track bike.bumblebee said:Maybe you should buy a cruiser and not a sportbike.
I'm sorry to hear you may be leaving the street. Are trackdays common where you live?After this is allover and done,I might Just geta track R6 and say to hell with strret riding...