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Old 06-04-2012, 01:04 PM   #16
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Start off with a CBR125
Supermoto style bikes are the best for a novice rider IMO. Something like a yamaha wr250. The riding position is more comfortable, the bikes are miles more manoeuvrable than any sport bike, and they have great low end torque so you don't have to rev the piss out them to get them to move.

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I believe the CBR600rr is considered a SS bike to them.
Yes. And avoid RR because it stands for race replica.
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Old 06-04-2012, 05:55 PM   #17
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go on gtamotorcycles.com, and go to the insurance forum..

there's a link for john r duffy insurance, it was the cheapest quote i got, under $1000.00.

do a quote and see what you get...
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Old 06-05-2012, 07:31 AM   #18
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I also got mine I got the right motorcycle with good machine which make a lower insurance rate. This make me feel more comfortable and secured about my motorcycle. It is good to that I found the best insurance for my motorcycle.
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Old 06-05-2012, 08:29 AM   #19
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I'm paying 205/month for my 07 CBR1000RR with SF and I'm under 25...clean record + my e70 is insured with them also.
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Old 06-05-2012, 08:31 AM   #20
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go on gtamotorcycles.com, and go to the insurance forum..

there's a link for john r duffy insurance, it was the cheapest quote i got, under $1000.00.

do a quote and see what you get...

They're so cheap because they offer $200,000 liability...most companies won't go lower than $1,000,000
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Old 06-05-2012, 11:23 AM   #21
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I'm paying 205/month for my 07 CBR1000RR with SF and I'm under 25...clean record + my e70 is insured with them also.
bloody hell...must be the thornhill postal code.
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Old 06-05-2012, 07:07 PM   #22
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In this day and age, and on a motorcycle, I wouldn't opt for anything lower than $1million liability.
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Old 06-05-2012, 07:53 PM   #23
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bloody hell...must be the thornhill postal code.
Yea the postal code makes a pretty big difference but....that price is cheap compared to some other quotes ive got. And keep in mind it's a 1000RR not a 600, was paying around $139 for my gsxr750 last season.
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Old 06-06-2012, 05:57 PM   #24
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Has anyone used kentix or insurancehotline? Is it hard to get a hold of broker?
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Old 06-06-2012, 07:56 PM   #25
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I had 2007 gsxr1000 and i paid 185 a month with Statefarm although u have to call around they all have different prices for some reason. i was over 25 with clean record too.
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Old 06-06-2012, 08:06 PM   #26
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Supermoto style bikes are the best for a novice rider IMO. Something like a yamaha wr250. The riding position is more comfortable, the bikes are miles more manoeuvrable than any sport bike, and they have great low end torque so you don't have to rev the piss out them to get them to move.



Yes. And avoid RR because it stands for race replica.
fun for the city, highway..not so much. The amount of wind sitting in an upright position is bad enough on a sportbike let alone a dirtbike, I wouldn't do any long cruises on one thats for sure.

statefarm is by far the best but only if you have a car insured with them. they're the only ones that don't care if it's a SS, they go by the amount of cc's, but rates are considerably cheaper if you have a car with them too.
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Old 06-06-2012, 08:12 PM   #27
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they want 9000/year for my e30 and cbr lol

for living in this ****ed up city of brampton, being 25 and having a G license of more than 5 years is the best thing that can happen to you
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Old 06-06-2012, 08:26 PM   #28
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fun for the city, highway..not so much. The amount of wind sitting in an upright position is bad enough on a sportbike let alone a dirtbike, I wouldn't do any long cruises on one thats for sure.
I agree. But I'd still take a thumper over a CBR125 or a Ninja 250 in a heartbeat, they are way more fun to ride.
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Old 06-06-2012, 09:43 PM   #29
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they want 9000/year for my e30 and cbr lol

for living in this ****ed up city of brampton, being 25 and having a G license of more than 5 years is the best thing that can happen to you
If you hate Brampton so much why don't you just move instead of complaining about it?

Since you are a noob with motorcycles, you should really consider a CBR 125r or a 250r Ninja. Its a great beginner bike that's light and tossable. Good on gas and amazing on insurance. I was paying $71/month when I had my 250r Ninja.
Looks exactly the same as the 600cc SS except for the rear tire.
I pay up the ass now with my R6. I'm with statefarm, have my home and auto insurance with them too. You gotta pay to play. Simple.

Don't let the insurance conpany fool you into thinking that your gonna save huge when your 25yrs old, cause the reality is its very minimal.
Be prepared to pay a premium anything over 600cc's. And expect to insure your bike ALL YEAR round, as the laws have changed.

Go to gtamotorcycles.com. They have all the info you need. Its a great site.
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Old 06-07-2012, 12:00 AM   #30
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If you hate Brampton so much why don't you just move instead of complaining about it?

Since you are a noob with motorcycles, you should really consider a CBR 125r or a 250r Ninja. Its a great beginner bike that's light and tossable. Good on gas and amazing on insurance. I was paying $71/month when I had my 250r Ninja.
Looks exactly the same as the 600cc SS except for the rear tire.
I pay up the ass now with my R6. I'm with statefarm, have my home and auto insurance with them too. You gotta pay to play. Simple.

Don't let the insurance conpany fool you into thinking that your gonna save huge when your 25yrs old, cause the reality is its very minimal.
Be prepared to pay a premium anything over 600cc's. And expect to insure your bike ALL YEAR round, as the laws have changed.

Go to gtamotorcycles.com. They have all the info you need. Its a great site.

youre response comes as if im complaining. pleaaaaaaaaaseeeeeeee dont start this if you dont like it move out of it bullshit. **** man...and yes. I am working on it future plans have nothing to do with Canada.

i dont need an insurance lesson. i know all about it already. i mean, dont you think an engine swapping bmw fanatic would have some knowledge of things with engines other than a bmw car?

i was just making an open thread for everyone to share, not to be preached upon. obviously you gotta pay to play...can't you say anything different and not so generic thats been around for years? cmon man...give me some credit. researched, saw 250s, rode 250s. didn't want a 250. i wanted a 600, so i got one. what ever makes me happy, thats the bike i have, thats the bike i will learn on.

and lets see....300$ to 105$/month isn't much of a difference when i turn 25 huh i believe it is. I do have an account on GTAM. found my bike on it!!!

anyway, post up the R6 lets see it! I should make another thread to post up your bikes. its a whole new game to me, and im rather excited. im just not prepared to move fast and take shit bloody slow. 0.125L aint no 0.6L
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