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Comments

    • benjamin merritt
      benjamin merritt

      I know you filmed that outro on the BMW not long ago but that's rough man. I always close the vid before it plays. Use your tank strap spot for an outro. Love the vids, keep the words of wisdom coming.

      about 1 day ago
    • tommy d u b b s
      tommy d u b b s

      Did you get wrecked bad some time so u need to do bible verses? Seems irrelevant

      about 2 days ago
    • Dominick Johnston
      Dominick Johnston

      Can the ninja 300 or ninja 400 power wheelie at all ???

      about 4 days ago
    • Hemi Dave
      Hemi Dave

      2018 Ninja 400 KRT is the ShizNit

      about 5 days ago
    • Ricky Trahant
      Ricky Trahant

      Bible verse, "I'm gonna do a wheelie *plays an ad*"


      oof, yeah. I'm out.

      about 6 days ago
    • Gray Au
      Gray Au In reply to Ricky Trahant

      out of your mind, lul

      about 6 days ago
    • Todd Baham
      Todd Baham

      "There's nothing better than driving a slow car fast." That was Motor Trend's review of the MX-5 (Miata). The car is perfectly balanced, and handles what power it has perfectly. It makes driving a pleasure. And, there's plenty of trouble to get into behind its wheel. I assume there's nothing better than riding a slow bike fast, too.

      about 7 days ago
    • emudshit
      emudshit

      when are u gonna ride the 400?

      about 7 days ago
    • MonstaFreak13
      MonstaFreak13

      i have the 2017 winter edition that i bought for my wife and even i love to ride it, i have a 650 bike and a 1300cc bike and can say its good for experienced riders cus they can use it to its full potential and still have fun. ive taken it up to 107mph, 101 on an incline, 113 on a decline, these bikes really come to life after 8500rpm.. battlaxe tires. the only thing that i have to be mindful of is the amount of pull it has compared to my other bikes when it comes to passing cars and crossing traffic when at low speeds

      about 8 days ago
    • Gray Au
      Gray Au In reply to MonstaFreak13

      I've taken to 109 flatline

      about 6 days ago
    • AgoProduction &Co
      AgoProduction &Co

      Nice review , i am a owner of a honda cb500f 2017 and this kind of bikes are IDEAL for beginners.

      about 8 days ago
    • MonstaFreak13
      MonstaFreak13 In reply to AgoProduction &Co

      AgoProduction &Co i tried to get that exact bike for my wife cus its a 500cc bike but she liked the ninja better. the 300 is big enough for her tho and i like riding it too cus its good on power and great on gas compared to my 2 bigger bikes

      about 8 days ago
    • Gregory Van Der Byl
      Gregory Van Der Byl

      thank you. always a pleasure to watch your vids

      about 8 days ago
    • Birdfender
      Birdfender

      Really appreciate the Bible verse man

      about 8 days ago
    • uwwdelta
      uwwdelta

      ABS is a big deal. The two times I crashed my CBR 600 F2 were under heavy braking. It would be so nice to have abs to keep you from going into a skid.

      about 8 days ago
    • Gray Au
      Gray Au In reply to uwwdelta

      I have a Ninja 300 with ABS 2015 model..... ABS saved me twice from dropping the bike....
      Both times were with me doing some sketchy braking.... I was too excited as a beginner and did make some mistakes ABS saved me from.
      What's great is now I'm not making those dumbass mistakes.... all beginners should have ABS

      about 6 days ago
    • nathan gray
      nathan gray

      You should test drive the new ninja 400 and give your opinion if it’s still beginner friendly.

      about 9 days ago
    • MonstaFreak13
      MonstaFreak13 In reply to nathan gray

      nathan gray he only tests bikes that he gets in his shop that will be sold so maybe if he got one in he would do it but i dont think people are trading those in yet.

      about 8 days ago
    • kleinbottled79
      kleinbottled79

      Had that same impression of this bike after a few weeks of owning it - 'Ninja 300 is the Mazda Miata of motorcycles.' Revving to redline, banging thru gears, see the cops and laugh because you are still under the speed limit. Still, it will beat most vehicles off the line and yes, 100 mph is not hard to hit. Not much pull left after that, and you better be in a full tuck if you wanna see higher. Still; It's easily enough bike to do freeways.

      about 9 days ago
    • Pragmatic Tornado
      Pragmatic Tornado In reply to kleinbottled79

      That's a great comparison indeed. I tried the bike last summer at my local dealer, and it was really fun, even though my primary bike at the time had 142 bhp and a 1050cc engine (Ninja 1000). I actually found the 300 more fun.

      about 8 days ago
    • kleinbottled79
      kleinbottled79 In reply to kleinbottled79

      The CBR 300R, and the 250 before it, appealed to me for that reason; brutal minimalism. Never rode one though. Used ninja's being much cheaper where I live. I'll take your word that it's closer. Cool bike.

      about 8 days ago
    • GT6SuzukaTimeTrials
      GT6SuzukaTimeTrials In reply to kleinbottled79

      I owned a 1996 Miata for 6 years. Gutted it, put in a rollcage, had it down to a hair over 2,000 lbs (came 2,295 lbs from the factory) and that car was a blast with header-back exhaust upgrades and coilover suspension. I sold it and bought a CBR 300R. I feel the single-cylinder Honda has more in common with the pure, simple, minimalism of the Miata, but both bikes are great.

      about 8 days ago