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post #1 of 10 Old 12-20-2007, 03:45 AM Thread Starter
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have you looked at the 2008 models for streetbike , a 1250 bandit with hardbags and a full lower fairing for the same price as a v strom

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post #2 of 10 Old 12-20-2007, 10:15 AM
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The new Canadian Biker mag has a ditty on that bike. It looks like the main fairing is somewhat different as well. It states that this is a Canadian only model. A tail trunk is available as an extra as well.

Blackfoot cycle in Calgary is selling the new 08 1250 Bandit Touring ABS for 10,999.00

They have what looks like pretty decent deals on Stroms as well.

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i prefer the v strom , but the bandit with bags seems alot of bike for the money . the new gsx 650 seems a great deal also . i will stick with my dl650 and on sunny sundays ride the B-KING i plan too win in the free give away contest . at suzukibking.ca

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i prefer the v strom , but the bandit with bags seems alot of bike for the money . the new gsx 650 seems a great deal also . i will stick with my dl650 and on sunny sundays ride the B-KING i plan too win in the free give away contest . at suzukibking.ca
Too late, I already won it, they just havnt called me yet



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i knew you would say that

i guess il just get a new cbr 125 then

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i guess il just get a new cbr 125 then
A perfect gift for a young girl.....

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My 17 yr old daughter really, really, really wants that CBR125. It is a very sweet looking little bike.
Personally though, I don't care for the way my knees touch my ears when I sit on it
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But that lets you scratch your ears while stil leaving your hands on the bars...

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My 17 yr old daughter really, really, really wants that CBR125. It is a very sweet looking little bike.
Personally though, I don't care for the way my knees touch my ears when I sit on it

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in this months cycle canada there is a yamaha 125 that looks really cool , competition for the cbr 125 [although the cbr comes with full joe rocket jacket , pants ,boots and gloves] too bad im 210 lbs and need more than 15 hp too go the speed limit

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But that lets you scratch your ears while still leaving your hands on the bars...
I thought thats what my tongue was for.
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