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Old 06-30-2013, 02:28 AM   #1
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Have you ever heard of this company? Look at their lineups! They're so cheap!!

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I thought it was a pretty good thread, very good for people who are looking for something affordable or just to start up.
As you can see, the prices are significantly cheaper than Japanese entry bikes. Since I was looking for entry level Ninja or CBR, these can be an option for me or someone who is looking for a cheap commuter.

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^^ why does that bike have a kickstand AND a centre stand
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i've seen lots of bikes with both.

side stand is quick up and down, but centre is more stable and lets you lube the chain easily, but takes more effort/time.

i wish my bike had a centre stand haha
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