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    Bhai tune 1 month bad sale kr deni ha hahah :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by usman7191 View Post
    Bhai tune 1 month bad sale kr deni ha hahah :p
    na na na

    mene kon sa ata chawal leny jana is pe
    moody mood mei niklo ga aur enjoy karo ga

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorkan View Post
    Dear op, I just wanted to tell you that there is no such thing as Heavy bike. Calling sports bike a heavy bike is kind of insulting because the bike manufacturers and the owners go to great lengths to make their bikes lighter as possible to improve the power to weight ratio.
    Precisely.

    Yes, the term; "HEAVY BIKE" is truly 'daisi' and... Dare I say... PAINDO?
    Look at the timeline of Superbikes and everyone will understand what I mean!
    A Ducati Panigale 1299 is a Fire Breathing Superbike with over 200HP at the crank, and with a MASSIVE 1.3L V-Twin (or L-Twin cause it's a 90 Degree V Angle) and yet...

    IT'S WEIGHT IS COMPAREABLE TO A CBR500R!!!

    And you'd find Ducati bragging about how they saved few lbs by doing this, few grams by doing that... Lighter forged aluminium pistons, carbon fiber fairings, titanium valves and etc etc...

    You want a 'Heavy Bike'? Look no further than a HARLEY DAVIDSON FLHR ELECTRA GLIDE... That thing weigh a QUARTER TON... Now that ought to make you guys happy, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-four-nine View Post
    Precisely.

    Yes, the term; "HEAVY BIKE" is truly 'daisi' and... Dare I say... PAINDO?
    Look at the timeline of Superbikes and everyone will understand what I mean!
    A Ducati Panigale 1299 is a Fire Breathing Superbike with over 200HP at the crank, and with a MASSIVE 1.3L V-Twin (or L-Twin cause it's a 90 Degree V Angle) and yet...

    IT'S WEIGHT IS COMPAREABLE TO A CBR500R!!!

    And you'd find Ducati bragging about how they saved few lbs by doing this, few grams by doing that... Lighter forged aluminium pistons, carbon fiber fairings, titanium valves and etc etc...

    You want a 'Heavy Bike'? Look no further than a HARLEY DAVIDSON FLHR ELECTRA GLIDE... That thing weigh a QUARTER TON... Now that ought to make you guys happy, eh?
    ummm
    ya i partially agree with ur both's thoughts. but ppl who are saying it heavy, actually they didn't means it weight wise heavy.
    its a normal term used to imagine a big/loud/racy engine/machine.
    just thts it and nothing else and we will take 10 decades to change ppls working. so let it as it is.
    i.e. suzuki 150 sporty customized is also called heavy bike lol.
    wego is called automatic, while automatic is something else. but if i/we say to them no... this is... ppl disheart or can say they stop following or taking interest.

    so let it as it is in their minds and routine.

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    Its alright to be paindu and its even better to be Desi as I see... no wonder today's official Suzuki FB page mentioned its super bikes line up a "Heavy Bike meet Up"
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by vickytulla View Post
    Its alright to be paindu and its even better to be Desi as I see... no wonder today's official Suzuki FB page mentioned its super bikes line up a "Heavy Bike meet Up"
    Yes, I'm also fine with being 'DASI'... As a matter of fact, I'm proud to call myself DASI TYPE cause I consider myself a traditionalist!

    I love my culture, love my people and love my country... All those years aboard taught me well about how priceless and sacred a tradition and culture is!

    But PAINDU? Now, that's a different story...

    To me, a Paindu is a person who's hellbent on ancient beliefs and feels proud of it... Like a... Er... A Hipster of sorts! Unwilling to meet the new world... The kind of man who gets crazy when a BLACK CAT crosses his path! A man who goes to a 'WITCH DOCTOR' (A man who practices black magic) when he gets ill... Get my point? And consider someone suffering with dispersion or epilepsy as POSSESSED BY THE DEVIL... Is banda par tu jin a gya ha, etc...

    Woah! I just remember that it's a motorcycling discussion...

    So, I'm outta here!

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    Let's keep the posts on topic, please.

    Any 500-600cc twin would make a good first choice, but it depends on availability and condition in Pakistan.

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    After reading all the views, still havent narrowed down to any set of particular bikes which are readily available in pakistan. Would really appreciate more input from from experienced bikers. Lets say the budget is flexible 20% +_
    Opportunities are limited... Work with what you have to get to what you want...

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    Would appreciate a practical suggestion that is clean and recent that requires no desi mistry hassle.
    Opportunities are limited... Work with what you have to get to what you want...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamranyousuf View Post
    After reading all the views, still havent narrowed down to any set of particular bikes which are readily available in pakistan. Would really appreciate more input from from experienced bikers. Lets say the budget is flexible 20% +_
    Wait for Yamaha R25 which is within your budget if rumors are believed. Everything will be clear within 2-4 weeks.

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    Inazuema 250 (2010~2013model), Suzuki TL1000(2001 EFI Model - mini Busa), CBR 919 FireBlade(1998 Model), Yamaha Delta Box 400(1992 Model)

    All the above bikes are available in roughly around your budget (even below your budget)..

    All bikes are personally checked by my self and are over all 9/10 in every thing and kept by owners in real care.

    Let me know if you are interested...

    Quote Originally Posted by kamranyousuf View Post
    Would appreciate a practical suggestion that is clean and recent that requires no desi mistry hassle.
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by vickytulla View Post
    Inazuema 250 (2010~2013model), Suzuki TL1000(2001 EFI Model - mini Busa), CBR 919 FireBlade(1998 Model), Yamaha Delta Box 400(1992 Model)

    All the above bikes are available in roughly around your budget (even below your budget)..

    All bikes are personally checked by my self and are over all 9/10 in every thing and kept by owners in real care.

    Let me know if you are interested...
    All good choices, but the 919 is a classic.

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    What would be a better choice if the bike was a daily or atleast thrice a week ride of about 60 odd kilometers. Any more options that are available in this budget.
    Opportunities are limited... Work with what you have to get to what you want...

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    And the one I am talking about its genuine from the bone to up... not sure if its still available or gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VCheng View Post
    All good choices, but the 919 is a classic.
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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    hayabusa le lu bhai chup kar kaye.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by vickytulla View Post
    And the one I am talking about its genuine from the bone to up... not sure if its still available or gone.

    First heavy bike -1665871

    Can you confirm if this bike is still available for sale or not and what is the price tag on this one...???

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    Yes its up for sale asking price is any amount near 500k yet the seller is willing to negotiate.. Bike is Islamabad registered Number and brought and bought from islamabad as well over a year ago and is currently in Lahore. other details can be asked over pm.

    Quote Originally Posted by arsi_mast View Post
    Can you confirm if this bike is still available for sale or not and what is the price tag on this one...???
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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    What would be a better choice if the bike was a daily or atleast thrice a week ride of about 60 odd kilometers. Any more options that are available in this budget.
    Opportunities are limited... Work with what you have to get to what you want...

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    Well if you want a better bike than that cbr cuz its old and will need more maintanance trips i suggest you go for the yzfr 25 is priced at 575k according to the topics here, id go for that.


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    Any news about r25.... That seems like a good option...
    Opportunities are limited... Work with what you have to get to what you want...

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