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What would motorcycle insurance cost for 17 yr old guy, kawasaki ninja 250R? alanfreefall

what would an average motorcycle insurance cost for me? i am looking for a ball-park estimate and understand that there are MANY other factors which matter... If anyone has an idea, what would be like the MAX price for a good insurance... i've seen that insurance prices can range from 200-400 yearly, but i want to make sure that after i get the motorcycle i dont find that the insucance is like 1000 /yr. Thanks

200 - 400 is high but that's because it's likely a monthly rate. you'd probably be paying, at the very least, 100 per month but, in any case go to your local insurance broker or look one up in the phone book. Lastly be safe buddy and take proper certifications and training before ever buying a bike ... they're dangerous, as you may know.

Anyone read Guy Kawasaki's book "The Art Of The Start". Does he talk about entrepreneurial theories? Zac T

If yes.. What is one part you disagree with or would add to the book that he does not discuss. What are these entrepreneurial theories?

I have not read the book. Following is a description of what the book is about from the link shown, below: "Book Description: "What does it take to turn ideas into action? What are the elements of a perfect pitch? How do you win the war for talent? How do you establish a brand without bucks? These are some of the issues everyone faces when starting or revitalizing any undertaking, and Guy Kawasaki, former marketing maven of Apple Computer, provides the answers. "The Art of the Start will give you the essential steps to launch great products, services, and companies—whether you are dreaming of starting the next Microsoft or a not-for-profit that’s going to change the world. It also shows managers how to unleash entrepreneurial thinking at established companies, helping them foster the pluck and creativity that their businesses need to stay ahead of the pack. Kawasaki provides readers with GIST—Great Ideas for Starting Things—including his field-tested insider’s techniques for bootstrapping, branding, networking, recruiting, pitching, rainmaking, and, most important in this fickle consumer climate, building buzz. "At Apple, Kawasaki helped turn ordinary customers into fanatics. As founder and CEO of Garage Technology Ventures, he has tested his iconoclastic ideas on real- world start- ups. And as an irrepressible columnist for Forbes, he has honed his best thinking about The Art of the Start. " And here's a review from the same source: "From Publishers Weekly "Kawasaki (Rules for Revolutionaries) draws upon his dual background as an evangelist for Apple's Macintosh computer and as a Silicon Valley venture capitalist in this how-to for launching any type of business project. Each chapter begins with "GIST" ("great ideas for starting things"), covering a variety of facets to consider, from identifying your customer base and writing a business plan to establishing partnerships and building brand identity. Minichapters zero in on particular jobs that will need doing, while FAQ sections address the questions readers are most likely to have: Kawasaki covers the basics in an effectively casual tone. Much of the advice, however, consists of generic banalities—start your company's name with a letter that comes early in the alphabet, use big type in presentation slides for older businessmen with declining eyesight, and avoid writing e-mails in all capital letters—that can be found in any mediocre guide. Fortunately, Kawasaki does rise to the occasion here and there. He goes into great detail when it comes to raising capital and offers effective methods for sorting through the nonsense associated with interviewing prospective employees. Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. "

What is the best color choice (for a guy) for the 2008 Kawasaki Ninja 250R, Lime green, Ebony, Blue, Red ? kosmo

I know the green is the team color and all that, but I still think the little Ninja looks best in red.

would a 6'3'' guy look weird riding a kawasaki ninja 650r? Greyson

i looking to buy a motorcycle, and i want a kawasaki ninja 650r. i was just wondering if anyone would think a 6foot 3 guy would look too big on one, i have an athletic build, im about 220lbs

No, a Ninja 650 is not too small for a 6'3" dude. I think some of the people answering your question are thinking of a ZX6R, because the Ninja 650 actually IS a good beginner bike and while it can be raced (like anything else), that certainly is not it's intended purpose.

Is a Kawasaki KLR 650 2007 a bike that a 5' 10" (178 cm) guy like me could ride? FutureOn-OffRider

I have read about adjustments that can be made to alter the ride height, but I would like to know if it's possible without them. I'm about 170 pounds (77 kgs), if it matters. Also I'm talking about the 2007 model, and that one only, because newer models for some bizarre reason aren't being imported to Greece. Thanks for any advice.

Yes, you are perfect size for the Kawi KLR 650. Comfy, and utilitarian style bikes like the KLR will cover a wide range of rider sizing accommodations. GET IT! :) -Jackson http://urbanscooters.com/

A guy is selling a 2004 Kawasaki Vulcan Drifter 800 over 13000 miles for 4,300 -is it worth it? C C

ask the bank what is loan value for this bike maybe that would help you to decided is it clean (never droped?) or is it thrashed? good bike that is low miles is worth what ever you want to pay for it

Will '03 fairings really fit on '94 kawasaki zx6? Guy said they would and he put on 03 headlights too? cupofjoe_84

I bought a '94 kawasaki zx6. The guy before me said they were custom taillights/headlights and he had 03 fairings on it. He laid it over so I need to buy new fairings. I am interested if 03 fairings are an actual fit on the 94? And what the part #'s are the fairings pieces on the '03 so I can look on E-bay I guess. I do not want to spend so much money on the whole set because I do not need the back piece. I guess I will be buying them separately and painting them if it is less expensive. Thanks for any help.

LADIES, WHEN A GUY TELLS YOU he RIDES A BIKE, ARE YOU EXPECTING a BADBOY KAWASAKI or A BIKE w/ A HORN ON IT? Vince

I mean...I wasn't lying... -__-

haha i expect a bad boy...but it all kind of depend on how her dresses. stereotypical, i know. but we're ALL stereotypical, to an extent - so don't judge me! :) haha. I LOVE BIKE RIDING TATTOO SLEEVES & PIERCING WEARING BAD BOYS! :) LOL.

can a 14 year old guy handle a kawasaki ultra 250, and even if a kid isnt riding it, is kawi a good move? chris

ive looked at yamahas and they look a little underpowered becasue i wanna carry people and in races even with high outputs they were slow on the start and lost to the sea doos,,,, is seadoo good? i heard bad reviews on them, just explain to me all ur answers

nite scope wrong i think ur wrong- most states u just have to take a few hour test and have to be over 12 or 13 to do that. or just do it illegally. i did at ur agee

Is a Kawasaki ZZR600 a good bike for a starting 6'3" guy? big_tony63

I was wondering if this bike a good starting motorcycle. It's 599cc and I have never rode a motorcycle before (except on a MSF rider safety course) I have my license and I'm wondering if this is a good starting out bike.

It is slower than some of the pure sportbikes like the ZX6R, R6, GSX-R600 and CBR600RR, but it's still not a really good first bike. It will still go like hell starting at 9000 RPM on up, and still takes the input of an experienced rider. It would be OK for your height, but anyone with half a brain will still tell you to buy a used bike, like an SV650, and learn to ride first. MSF courses are great, but they only give you the bare minimum needed to operate a motorcycle. Go get a book titled "Proficient Motorcycling" and read it through twice. It is full of things that will save your life, and is something every motorcyclist should read.

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