My old Ninja 250 vs a new Ninja 300!

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    • Meme Machine
      Meme Machine

      "Hahaha IT'S SO SLOW"
      He says going the same speed he was on the 300.

      about 2 months ago
    • Ken P
      Ken P

      I’ve ridden many bikes 750s, 600s, 900,

      about 3 months ago
    • Thomas Williams
      Thomas Williams

      I've had 21 street bikes and 2 were ninja 250 and my current bike is a ninja 300 and it's a wayyyy better bike
      Edit : I've had :
      90's Tomos Sprint (2 stroke)
      00's Rieju rs1 Evolution (2 stroke) 🌟
      00's Mini Chopper 125
      83 Yamaha Virago 750-project
      96 Kawasaki Ninja 600R (1st street bike ridden)
      97 Suzuki GSXR 750- electric problem
      94 Honda CBR1000F🌟
      05 Kawasaki Ninja 500R 🌟-crashed, fixed
      99 Kawasaki KLR650 🌟
      93 Honda CBR600F2-fixed
      03 Kawasaki Ninja 250
      02 Honda Superhawk 996🌟
      97 Honda CBR600F3 🌟
      01 Honda Shadow 600 CD
      97 KTM 360EXC (2 stroke )
      09 Kawasaki Ninja 250R 🌟
      08 Honda CBR600RR Graffiti Edition 🌟
      07 Suzuki GSXR 600- electric problem
      05 Honda Shadow Spirit 750 🌟
      18 Kawasaki Z125 pro
      13 Kawasaki Ninja 300 (abs) 🌟

      about 5 months ago
    • shiva patil
      shiva patil

      which exhaust it is for that green ninja?

      about 9 months ago
    • 30mmBallistic

      STFU let the bike speak annoying little manlet...

      about 1 year ago
    • Abell Gary
      Abell Gary

      all the bullshit at the first 4 or 5 mins made me loose intrest! Gone!! bye

      about 2 years ago
    • Smaxie

      Ok so I need some opinions. I have an option of buying a ninja 300 2016 with 2200km's for 3300euros, while I can buy Ninja 250 2011 with 20.000km and sport exhaust for 1700euros. Which one should i go for ?

      about 2 years ago
    • jonasv19
      jonasv19 In reply to Smaxie

      As you will probably sell a 250/300 to buy something bigger after a small amount of time, always go with the cheaper option! Unless the cheaper option is a piece of crap.

      about 2 years ago
    • Smaxie
      Smaxie In reply to Smaxie

      KnivesNGunsBoy hey guys thanks for your replies I still didnt get anything because sadly both bikes got sold. I am unlucky I know. Better luck next time I guess....

      about 2 years ago
    • The Triple Rider
      The Triple Rider In reply to Smaxie

      Smaxie yeah actually get the 250

      about 2 years ago
    • Helmet Lawsux
      Helmet Lawsux In reply to Smaxie

      get the 250 man...

      about 2 years ago
    • Smaxie
      Smaxie In reply to Smaxie

      @KnivesNGunsBoy Yea I mean I know it's better idea, but I can get ninja 250 almost for the half the price... I am so not sure. I mean if I do go for a 300 I won't have any extra money to upgrade anything +Β to buy gear for myself. (I have cheap gear currently as I was riding a 125cc motorcycle).

      about 2 years ago
    • FroztiProductions

      why do these bikes sound inline but if I look up the sound of a 250 or 300 of the same year it's rumbly like a vtwin or cross plane?

      about 2 years ago
    • ding0josh
      ding0josh In reply to FroztiProductions

      Probably the air intake + high rev combo

      about 2 years ago
    • tim tuerlings
      tim tuerlings

      Again, great video! I asked you this question before about the Yamaha YZF-R125, but now I changed my mind about the bike I want. Do you think I'll fit on a Ninja 300 (or 250)? I'm 6ft 2 (1m90)

      about 3 years ago
    • czexio

      nice review dude!

      about 3 years ago
    • diablovt108vt109

      Awesome video dude. You just sold it to me. I'm going to dealership tomorrow!
      Thanks for helping me chose.

      about 3 years ago


      about 3 years ago
    • Theodor5150

      I saw a dude almost get killed on a motorcycle today. it was scary. Some lady darted out in front of him on an intersection and almost killed him.

      You guys should be ware that cars kill you on a bike cause they can't see you and you are going fast so it makes you harder to see. So cars pull out in front of you like that and can kill you.

      about 3 years ago
    • El Patron
      El Patron

      250 then 600

      about 3 years ago
    • Enigmatic310

      I'm 6'1" 180 and I just got a 2016 Ninja 300 and it has a decent amount of power for a beginner bike. Does well on the hwy...great on gas

      about 3 years ago
    • Enigmatic310
      Enigmatic310 In reply to Enigmatic310

      +Aspire198 I never tried any of the CBRs...I do like them

      about 3 years ago
    • Enigmatic310
      Enigmatic310 In reply to Enigmatic310

      +Aspire198 I actually ended up getting an R6 3 weeks later...the 300 just wasn't powerful enough for me...

      about 3 years ago
    • Aspire198
      Aspire198 In reply to Enigmatic310

      +Enigmatic310 Did you try the cbr500r? Curious as someone in the 6ft range to see if you like the feel of a bigger bike

      about 3 years ago
    • Zenya Okinaga
      Zenya Okinaga

      Picked up my Ninja 300XR today, thanks to you Tom it's everything you said it is

      about 3 years ago
    • Johnny Smith
      Johnny Smith

      looks like the Ninja 300 may be worth buying....kool video dude

      about 3 years ago
    • IvΓ‘n Rangel
      IvΓ‘n Rangel


      about 3 years ago
    • monibstar

      fun video to watch.. yeah haha.. ninja twin cylinder power.. wohoo..

      about 3 years ago
    • skylinejones

      great vid man.

      about 3 years ago
    • Dwells

      I don't like this guy

      about 3 years ago
    • J Boy
      J Boy

      Haha every commentator should be British. I love the Top Gear commentating style.

      about 3 years ago
    • J Boy
      J Boy In reply to J Boy

      Haha oops. Different continent.

      about 2 years ago
    • Tye
      Tye In reply to J Boy

      Except that he is Australian

      about 2 years ago
    • Bamavol89

      You just got yourself a new subscriber. I usually don't watch these type of videos but you are pretty entertaining.

      about 3 years ago
    • Asterlanus

      For anyone watching this recently and looking between a 250 or 300 ninja. Just go with the Ninja 300. It's such a better bike. Better fuel injection, clutch is great. Get the abs and it's great as well. The bike inspires a lot of confidence.

      I have had no riding experience jumped on the bike for about 5-10 mins up the road then proceeded to ride with the old man for about 3-4 hours in traffic with no issues. Just take your corners a bit slower until you're more comfortable with the bike.

      The best part about the ninja 300 is there is so much aftermarket options it's silly. you can replace the entire fairings on the bike for about $300-600 AUD. Just nonsensical.

      about 3 years ago
    • Skumzy
      Skumzy In reply to Asterlanus

      Looking at getting a 300 as my first bike, any advice on how much it costs in the long run for servicing etc? I'm looking to buy used since I'd rather not worry as much about dropping it etc.

      about 1 year ago
    • TheProReport

      getting my stepbrothers ninja 250 after owning a megelli 250r and let me be the first to tell you, do not get a fkn megelli, theyre good for looks but terrible freakin quality, when i first bought it second hand i didnt wanna believe that it was shit after about 2 to 3 months when i just noticed that the rear tyre is loose as fuck and i need to replace the whole set, also had problems with the radiator leaking coolant it was a 2012 megelli and still in my backyard, not for long cause im selling it to a wrecker, literally 3 months after owning it.. not saying theyre the worst bikes like i had so much fun in my little megelli popping wheelies and shit every now and then after work but man im telling you do not get one your gonna regret it when you strip it naked withkut fairings and say to yourself what the fuck did i buy, so nah, i learned my lesson , now getting my brothers ninja 250 in about 2 weeks from now and cant be any happier

      about 3 years ago
    • dan staszko
      dan staszko

      coud a 5'5 person ride the 300

      about 3 years ago
    • Maggie Khay
      Maggie Khay In reply to dan staszko

      I am 5ft 4ins and I own one.

      about 2 years ago
    • Dwells
      Dwells In reply to dan staszko

      I'm 5'6 I own one

      about 3 years ago
    • J Santarsiero
      J Santarsiero In reply to dan staszko

      Find a dealer and sit on one. Keep in mind that aftermarket "lowering links" are available to bring the bike down some and there might be some seat modifications to also help.

      about 3 years ago
    • Vise Vaasili
      Vise Vaasili

      ive had my ninja 300 for nearly two months now ive never had any riding experience before i purchased my bike secondhand off gumtree for 4k with rego n rwc

      i was nervous at first but it got comfortable after a few laps up and down the street and shifting into first and second. i dropped it in the first 15 minutes of riding i was riding at 10kms when i let go of the throttle abit the bike jerked forward as the engined braked and i panicked and the bike just fell. nothing was damaged only a small scratch on the side. the indicators were fine as they are integrated into the fairings so they couldnt be snapped off like other bikes if they were dropped.

      i got back on and started riding. my biggest mistake was not trusting the bike and i panicked.

      constant gear changing aswell as you instantly need to go from 1st into 2nd. the clutch is probably the most forgiving.
      ive made so many embarrassing gear changes its a joke but if it wasnt for how fogiving this bike is i would have been dead. i now know how to shift properly and smoothly and my knowledge is increasing the more i ride this bike.

      i am 120 kilos and this bike carries me around comfortably at 130kms on the ringroad everyday with a little more room to go faster.

      the bike encourages confidence in leaning in the corners. i have 140 back tyre diablo rosso 2 tyres i havent had any others so i dont know any better as i got nothing to compare too. just a lil info on my riding experience on the ninja 300 i ride every day rain hail or shine.

      its a great bike to learn how to ride but im warning you that too many safety features as abs and slipper clutch light weight handleing plus more upright position could hinder you when going to a more powerful bike with a much more agressive riding position. as you would depend on those safty features instead of learning proper technique in braking and what not.

      about 3 years ago
    • Itzak

      Both looks like fun bikes especially on the 300. When i get an a2 license i want the 300 or a rc390

      about 4 years ago
    • Itzak

      So these bikes can really rev out to the moon

      about 4 years ago
    • MrMonkeyman2424

      250: Drop a gear and.. uh. wait for it. he's uh, hes almost gone.

      about 4 years ago