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Is the Kawasaki Ninja H2 A Good First Bike?

Dear TheRideAdvice.com. I’ve been wanting to buy my first motorbike for a while now but nothing has quite caught my eye. That was until Kawasaki announced the Ninja H2. I love cars with superchargers (like the ones on The Fast and the Furious) so I knew I had to get an H2. I know I could get a Busa or a Fireblade for cheaper, but my father is giving me the money to get the H2.

My dad’s really good like that. He wasn’t around much as a kid and I only see him when I need some cash these days, but he’s always generous and gives me everything I want. He’s all you’d want in a father I suppose. Anyway, he did raise one good point that perhaps I should start out on a normal literbike for my first motorcycle, just to be safe. What do you think?

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I put around 150 miles on my uncles H2, he didnt want to break it in so he let me put some miles on it. Ill edit this post with pics soon that I took, warning they're not that great. It however was a fantastic bike with a twitchy throttle but thats expected. It was a joy to ride and I loved every second of it minus the heat it threw off. The bike gets proper hot, almost to the point of burning. Gave me a reason to go fast though.
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