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My 650 eats 1000s
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I'm selling a 2009 Ninja on Ebay:

Kawasaki Ninja | eBay

This low miles Ninja 250 is an EXCELLENT starter or commuter bike! Very fuel efficient and fast for a 250cc bike. It will do about 110 MPH (so I've heard...).

I bought it in 2013 from the original owner who did not use it much at all so those miles on the bike are mine. I think I bought it with 800 miles or something. I put mostly highway miles on it going to work. This bike is fun for beginners AND experienced riders alike! For the new riders it's light weight and friendly. To the advanced rider that light weight and friendliness translates to an ultimate feeling of confidence. You feel like you can do anything with it and it's GREAT on twisty roads.

I've had fun on it and I've ridden 1000cc and much b***** bikes like Hayabusa. I've been on the race track(not with this bike) and been up to excess of 180MPH, so having fun on this bike says a lot. I would keep it for learning and commuting but in this economy and considering how many other bikes I have, it makes no sense to keep yet another bike.
 

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Hmmmm, I bought a 2013, 600 in June of this year and I have 2300 miles on it already. What's up with these super low mileage bikes?
 

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Those miles are from a few months riding. I have not had much time to ride lately. It's been a CRAZY 2013/2014 to say the least. Hence I'm selling it because I love it as a practice bike especially for twisties. Probably pick one up again in the future real cheap to play with.

When I ride, I average more than 14,000/year.

Hmmmm, I bought a 2013, 600 in June of this year and I have 2300 miles on it already. What's up with these super low mileage bikes?
 
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