Sunny Fla
Post Posted: Fri Jun 02, 2017 7:22 am
 Subject: Post some photos

I have so far been able to keep myself from showing up at the local stealership with my checkbook
although I can't find any good reasons for not getting one. It would work perfect for the mix of offroad and onroad I normally ride.
I have a buddy who has one and loves it.
Post Posted: Sat May 27, 2017 2:07 pm
 Subject: 300ś

I ride a Ninja 300, but am sorely tempted by the Versys.

There is about 53k km (30k miles) of logging, and dirt roads around where i live, and trails everywhere.

I could see the Versys being the happy medium between my Ninja, and KLX250.
Post Posted: Tue May 16, 2017 12:59 am
 Subject: Sadly I have barely ridden it.

I have barely ridden it yet. Had to go visit in laws for the weekend and then this evening go to dinner with Mom since I was out of town. I only have something like 65 miles on it. Hoping to take it out for some day rides this weekend.
Post Posted: Mon May 15, 2017 7:28 am
 Subject: congrats

Sounds like you made the right decision. Have you tried taking your Versys-X 300 off the road?
Post Posted: Fri May 12, 2017 9:39 pm
 Subject: :thumbup: Thank you for sharing

Post Posted: Fri May 12, 2017 1:34 pm
 Subject: 10 years later

I started riding a little silver Ninja 250 as my first bike back in April of '07. In 09 I sold that little Ninja and bought a 09 DL650. I still have that Vstrom but I've bought and sold a few other bikes as 2nd or 3rd bikes. There was a WR250R dual sport, then a VFR800, then a wild but breakdown fraught excursion into sidecars with a 2015 Ural cT. Now all those are gone again and I find myself remembering all that I loved about my little ninja in a new package that I now prefer.

Tuesday I purchased a new '17 Versys-X 300. Many times I thought about buying a Ninja 300 but I prefer upright seating and more leg room. I knew I wanted another small displacement bike and had been considering a Duke 390 or similar for the last year or so. Last week I saw that the versys was now at dealers and decided to go look at one. Then my dealer had one available for demo rides. That sealed the deal. The VFR that was my barely ridden second bike had to go so I could make one of these mine.

I know some of you are on this forum with a Ninja as your first bikes. It is tempting to get bigger and faster bikes. If you can own more than one, consider keeping your ninjettes.

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