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I guess I'm missing something because I thought the success of the Ninja 250 was as a beginner bike for 14-16 year olds who can be legally licensed to ride a 250 or smaller in the US, but can't ride a bigger displacement till after 16.
Isn't that the core market for the 250cc bikes and wouldn't a 300cc bike be completely cut out of that? I'm not saying the 300cc wouldn't be a better bike, I just don't understand the target market. I suppose there are those older than 16 as new riders that would go for the slightly larger 300cc.
2009 Matte Graphite Street Triple R. Arrow Slip on's, TecSpecs, GB Racing Protection bundle, CRG Lane Split Mirrors, on Michelin Pilot Road III
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