2013 Kawasaki EX 300 Ninja ABS SE is the perfect entry level motorcycle, bar-none. If you’re looking for a bike within the sport-bike category this machine has it all. It’s stylish, modern, quick for a small bike, flickable, smooth and has “street cred” The Kawasaki EX300 Ninja is the ideal entry level motorcycle.
2013 BMW F 800 GS is designed for the weekend warrior to tackle any type of terrain or the daily commuter that also wants to go off road. The water-cooled 4-stroke in-line two-cylinder engine has a very surprising mid range punch that puts a smile on any type of riders face. The tubular steel frame, upside-down telescopic forks, dual sided swing arm, and tall riding position all contribute to a remarkably well-balanced and maneuverable machine.
The 2013 BMW F 800 GS is inherently tall as are all of the other BMW GS family members, but once on board the wide handle bars, comfortable seat and electronic suspension adjustment all blend in to make this machine a really fun and easy bike to ride.
2012 Triumph Sprint GT 1050 is much more a Sportbike then it is a sit up and cruise tourer. Designed for hours in the saddle with a slight tank hugging forward leaning position, this bike puts you in the Sportbike frame of mind from the very beginning.
The Triumph Sprint first arrived on the scene in 1999, as the Sprint ST 955 replacing the Sprint 900 from 1993 – 1998. The GT model made its debut in the U.S in May 2010 imported for the 2011 model year. This bike is still in production but ceases delivery to the U.S in 2012.
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