2012 Kawasaki Ninja 250 R – Updated Entry Level Exhilaration
Since its inception in the early eighties Kawasaki’s Ninja 250 has been the bike for entry-level riding. It continues to be the top selling motorcycle in the United States. The bike has been such a solid choice for nearly 30 years there have only been four significant changes, the last in 2008 as a complete redesign.
Ninja 250R’s popularity relies heavily on the smooth and reliable parallel twin-cylinder liquid-cooled engine. it’s tuned mainly for manageable and smooth torque at lower rpms and is connected to a six-speed transmission to cover the range of riding conditions from city to highway. The little ninja is mild mannered and easy to ride for anyone but still spirited enough to not put you to sleep while riding.
The Ninja 250 has always been a solid performer but the looks had grown a bit long in the tooth. The fourth gen redesign in 08 really brought the whole bike up to date with modern looks and performance improvements. The 2012 Kawasaki Ninja 250R also features updated suspension for improved handling, this is paired with the sportbike 17-inch wheels with a large single 290mm front rotor on the front and 220mm brake rotor on the rear.
Paired with a really low base price the Kawasaki’s 2012 Ninja 250R is still the new bike to have if you want something stylish, fun, and cheap… Stop by and talk to our Dillon Cycles Sales Staff in Omaha to check get yours today, we have plenty in stock.
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Cycle Shifty Daytona Race Weekend Get-Together
What’s up everybody! I hope your President’s day reminded you of the freedoms we all share that were started by our founding Fathers.
Linjo and Mike are going to have a Nascar get together. We will meet at Mikes at his place Feb 26th for the Daytona 500. Get in touch with Linjo for the address. Apparently, she is selling some Major units according to her job title, so feel free to give her some biker love for that.
Can’t wait to see everyone and have another year of safe fun. Everyone in our group made it back last year, but not all of our bikes made it unscathed…you know who you are. Also, apparently fenders are optional for a few of us. Can’t wait to see what everyone did to the bike during the hibernation. Mine slept comfortably and mostly undisturbed. Lack of funds. But I did spend hours on the DB website at www.dilloncycles.com and www.dillonharley.com. Something is always changing on the site and in the store, so be sure to check in and check often.
Speaking of which, if anyone wants to help us out and get our website to where it should be, I’d be really grateful. On our annual budget – pocket lint and bubblegum, we need volunteers to be a webmaster. Show off your skills to the cycle community, and help a rider out.
Race starts at 1:00 pm
Sloppy Joe’s and chips provided
B.Y.O.B. and a side dish is welcome.
RSVP to Linjo at email@example.com or call 402-556-3333.
It would be nice to see old riding buddies and if your not a Nascar Fan just come say Hi !
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Dillon Brothers Motorsports
174th & Maple, Omaha, NE
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