World Superbike Racer
Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Wellington, New Zealand
I Ride: 2013 ZX6R, 2013 Triumph Street Triple, 2018 Triumph Street Triple RS
It's easier to take a smaller bike to the limit (and obviously get the maximum out of it). Then it's about rider skill. I'm not at that level by any means. Hence going down in size can be a good thing if you want to improve. That's the theory anyway. Don't get me wrong, I ring the snot out of my ZX6R on the straights but it's all about finessing those corners which I'm constantly working on. Oh yes, it's not a dedicated track bike either. And I hear you can do a full season on one set of tyres with the smaller bikes. Pretty sure you couldn't get through a race day on one rear with a ZX6R...bloody expensive.
A play on words, or words on play
Last chapter, verse in the final act
Words well scripted, each sentence choking
Inaudible gag, blanket which suffocates
As you eat another's words
Malnourished, you starve.
Last edited by Sanctuary; 02-05-2017 at 10:47 AM.