M109R - Too Small?

Old 07-17-2006, 01:56 PM
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Default M109R - Too Small?

Anyone out there have the new 109R? My M50 is great but top end wise would like a little more weight and power... 109R may be ALOT more weight and power. I'm 5'8" 175lbs and am in good shape but wondering if there are any 109R riders out there who are my size or close who have any comments on being able to handle a bike that big?

Thanks in advance, be safe out there!
Old 07-30-2008, 08:14 PM
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bought one two weeks ago and love it. Im 6ft and 185lbs and all you have to do is hold on tight. In the corners its sweet it flows through them like its a toy. But when you need the power its there, just hold on tight because it comes on fast and hard.
Old 09-19-2008, 12:06 AM
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I dont know anymore man...
This was one of those things that make me wonder. This bike is strong but I think it is too heavy. I was riding with a guy on a Yamaha the other day, his bike was 100cc's less but it weighed like150 pounds less. He said it was a Warrior i think. Supposed to be 1700cc's and around 650lbs.
I dont know...I hate to admit it but he ate my lunch. In a straight line it was a coin toss but the second we hit a corner, he flew it like I had imagined I was. Anyone else have this happen?[:@]
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