Is the Kawasaki Ninja ZX6R a good beginner bike?
Conventional wisdom would suggest anything over 90hp is a bit much for a beginner to handle. The ZX6R is therefore not necessarily the best for the absolute beginner with zero riding experience, but for those with some riding experience, or who had some instruction in motorcycle riding, it is manageable.
Are Kawasaki Ninjas good beginner bikes?
But that leads me to my next point: The Ninja 300 is not just a great beginner motorcycle, it’s a great motorcycle period! If you get the chance to ride a 600cc, 750cc, or even 1000+cc motorcycles you will quickly discover that your bike can go MUCH faster than any posted speed limit in America.
Is the Ninja 650 a good beginner bike?
Paired with sporty but also comfortable suspension, and you’ve got a great everyday bike. Bottom line: The Ninja 650R is one of the best middleweight entry-level sportbikes you can buy. New riders should get several seasons out of it before they get that itch to move into something bigger.
Is the ZX-6R a Supersport?
The ZX-6R is one of the most sought-after middleweight supersport in the market.
How fast is a Kawasaki Ninja zx6r?
|1995-1997 ZX-6R||2005–2006 ZX-6R|
|0 to 60 mph (0 to 97 km/h)||3.6 sec.||3.06 sec.|
|0 to 1⁄4 mi (0.00 to 0.40 km)||10.97 sec. @ 200.72 km/h (124.72 mph)||10.78 sec. @ 204.58 km/h (127.12 mph)|
|Top speed||248 km/h (154 mph)||257–264 km/h (160–164 mph)|
|Fuel economy||41 mpg – 160 miles range||6.52 L/100 km; 43.4 mpg‑imp (36.1 mpg‑US)|
Are Ninjas hard to ride?
It’s easy to ride and the more upright stance will help you to look around in traffic. (Ok, my supersport experience is limited to about 80 miles on a ZX-10R, but I found it noticeably more difficult to look around and behind in city traffic than my Ninja 650R I rode at that time.)