Number 5: 2007 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R 0-60: under 3 seconds Top Speed:180mph Price: $10,000 new or a 2007 for $5,000 -Insurance Note: Don't Insure the bike for much, it's the life insurance you want.
-This would be my ride when I wanted to go fast (but I'd never go over the speed limit mom). Probably to slice through rush hour traffic or carve up a mountain.
Number 4: 197x Honda CB 350 0-60: doesn't matter Price: $2000 for a nice one, $300 for a fixer
-My ride when I need to be stylin'. This is just a classic bike that looks great.
Number 3: 2011 Triumph Thruxton 0-60: 4.9 seconds Price: $8800 new
-When I need style and the CB is broken down. Side note: It's name will be "Thruxtor"
Number 2: 2011 Ducati Monster 796 0-60: ~4 seconds Price: $10,000 new or older used for ~$5,000
-I'd buy two, one to ride, and one to go in my living room as modern art
Number 1: 2004 Kawasaki Ninja 250r 0-60: ~5 seconds Top Speed:93mph, or so I've heard(I've never been over 65 mom) Price: $1,750 for a 2004 with 1,428 miles
A new 2011 model will set you back $3,999
-This bike has been my ride since 6/29/2010 and it'll probably have 50,000 miles on it before I buy any of these other bikes. (note: pictured isn't mine, it's mine's evil identical twin brother, Quincy)
Well, that's millionaire MArk's garage, 6 bikes for a total cost of $37,550 or I could leave out 1 of the Ducati's and the total would be $27,550. Thinking about it now, that isn't too much money, people usually spend about 3/4 of that on a single car and I'd have my 5 favorite bikes. Now all I have to do is move somewhere that's warm enough to ride all year and I'm set, and oh yeah, get the money too.