I'm pretty disappointed in the basic version. I might have bought one but it just doesn't appeal to me. Guess I'll have to wait a year or two and pick up a used Oro for under $20K with 700 miles on it from the guy that bought it because he could.
I woudnt be surprised if 2020(maybe 2021) is the last year of the 675cc version.
I mean how long did it take for F3's to get a factory downblip function compared to other models....while F3 was their first new model.
All models are now equipped with 800cc and the F3 series is being ignored. No TFT screen, no nothing. And every new model has had n upgrade.
With new 1000cc nakeds, the F4 is next.
And since world supersport is basically a yamaha r6 cup, I woudnt be surprised if MV jumps out next year.
(Unless Krummy/De la Rosa performs for podiums consistantly)
And stopping with WSS might give budget for WSBK with a new F4.
There i was, the fastest kid on the block, in Hertfordshire, UK, on my 1978 Suzuki GS1000, complete with full Yoshumura 4/1 exhaust, bigger carbs, a gas flowed head and half-race cams. About 120 bhp and the quickest bike for counties around. Ate Z1s for breakfast.
One day i'm coming out of a...
Of all the variants made to date, which are deemed generally to be the best, or say perhaps,, the most valuable, used?
I see there has been 675, 750, 750S, 800, 910S, 910R, 920, 990, 1000, 1078, 1090 versions.
Which say 3-4 are the pick of the bunch, which hold their value best?
Is anyone riding for fun now that the California governor has issued a Stay at Home Order?
I would think that just going for a ride would not endanger anyone, especially if the ride starts and stops at your garage. But laws don't have to make sense.
The order that Governor Newsom issued does...
well its happened again went out on thurs not far from home started to overtake car and got an almighty tankslapper
taken to hospital dislocated metatarsals and right ankle damaged right arm and left arm was also badly dislocated and fractured bone was sticking out, just got our of hospital...