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    Question Sports Bike Help Needed

    Hi Everyone,

    I am a resident of Karachi and don't know much about sports bikes and want all of your advice and guidance to buying a sports bike. I do not want to go above 600 cc or 6-6.5 lakh could you tell me which bike would come in my budget and where i could buy one.

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    Well..As a starter, You should go with a Suzuki GS-500, After that ull be in the game, n you, Yourself would know what to buy..

    GS-500 should cost you from 150,000/- to 250,000/-

    Good Luck

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    Are you used to riding bikes? Even a gs500 is not an easy bike to handle for a starter, its literally quite heavy and an amateur mistake can have you laying it to the ground. If you are a seasoned rider then a gs500 is a good starting point becuase of spares availability. You can get a good one for 2-2.5.

    A sports 600 will definitely catch you off guard and kill you
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    Suzuki GS-500 from 150,000 to 250,000
    can anyone please put some light on any reliable dealer in Karachi from where such a bike in good condition can be brought.
    and any details of fuel average

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    Quote Originally Posted by ammarzahid View Post
    Are you used to riding bikes? Even a gs500 is not an easy bike to handle for a starter, its literally quite heavy and an amateur mistake can have you laying it to the ground. If you are a seasoned rider then a gs500 is a good starting point becuase of spares availability. You can get a good one for 2-2.5.

    A sports 600 will definitely catch you off guard and kill you
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    GS500 is one of the easiest bigger bikes to ride, you only need to get used to to it's disc brakes, I own one and I would say that it's a great bike for starters. It's a very simple bike and probably the easiest to maintain in it's category. and it's economical on fuel as well, I haven't calculated this properly, but i think you can easily get round 20-22 kmpl in urban riding.



    but if your're looking for a sporty look and vroom vroom sound, than you should look elsewhere.
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    You can get a 2004-2005 Honda CBR600 in this budget but be careful while riding. I would also recommend you to get a GS 500 first practice on it and then move onto higher CC bikes.
    4 wheels move the body 2 wheels move the soul

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    Yup! GS-500 IS a good Starters Bike..Anything below that I would not call a "Heavy Bike"

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    yes i have a 125 and know how to ride a bike but i am looking for a sport bike look but can i get one in my budget

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    Well Didnt you google How a GS500 Looks Like??

    Its pretty close to a Sports Bike..

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