Yup, the last 2 posts hit it on the head, that would be a nail or something right, anyway,,,,,, get the bike and be carefull.
I rode 2 stroke 250's and 500's for years both on the dirt and on the street, meaning dirt bikes and circut bikes (not trying to insult you with the whole meaning thing) but the lower RPM's on the Busa are very comfortable for new riders.
Like 1badassbusa said, 5-10k that's where you will need to take your time. It will get very lose very quickly and if your not used to it,,,,, well the terms low & high siding come to mind along with the front wheel floating etc. etc. etc. AND if you really haven't ridin much,,, well panic, then throttle roll, traffic, guard rails ohhhhh, then,,, well let your imagination take it from there. You just need to get your reflexes and natural riding instincts together to avoid all of the bad things that can come from all of the good things associated with the bike! Keep it smooth, stay on local roads and practice starting off, brake control as in lock em up to see where your breaking point is and enjoy
Rich Christenson, HMMMM
Ok, let's get all fired up cause one of the cars is down
look over at one of your guys on the show and ask him "Is that thing fast" hear the reply "yeah" along with getting a confused look at the same time,,,, hop on the bike like your freakin the SHIT
, kick into it like you know your are THE MAN and you know what your doing
AND BLAM you freakin go left,,, you freakin go right,,,, then you slam the shit
out of your face, hand, arm, nuts, and 7 head (definitly doesn't qualify for the normal 4 head)
YUP I laughed my ass off, so did my kids (that's kinda wrong but oh well)
Sorry to ramble Logan1 but that episode will definitly give you an idea of what bikes can do! Alright been laughing to hard, gotta go and get a