The R6 is a race ready sport bike, aimed at the performance minded rider. 599c liquid-cooled engine revs all the way to 16,000rpm. Fly-by-wire throttle, four-way adjustable suspension, and dual 310mm front discs make the R6 perform as serious as looks. Four-into-one exhaust, 17” lightweight wheels, and sleek fairing design make it one of the best looking sport bikes of all time.
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With a clever engine design carried over directly from Valentino Rossi’s Factory YZR-M1, the Yamaha R1 offers linear acceleration and power throughout its entire powerband. The new 2009 model boasts sharper steering thanks to Yamaha’s twin-spar deltabox frame and swingarm, and features such as adjustable throttle response and independent damping forks make the R1 one of the most impressive sport bikes on the market. Much like Suzuki’s “A, B, & C” engine management system, Yamaha offers its “D-mode” as a new feature for the 2009 year, allowing the rider to select a mode that best suits their riding style on the fly. Improved suspension allows for even better cornering, and power delivery is seamless with almost no vibration throughout the rev range. All in all, the R1 is an excellent used motorcycle that will hold its value for years to come.
5k miles. Runs and drives great! Passed our safety inspection.
The Ninja 300 takes everything the Ninja 250 is famous for and improves on it with more power, smoother shifting, and great handling. The 296cc fuel-injected, liquid-cooled parallel twin engine has exceptionally smooth shifting with a slipper clutch making standing starts easy and smooth downshifts for even the most inexperienced of riders. Features like disc brakes and 17″ wheels make it easily one of the best beginner motorcycles on the market with all the looks of a super sport. In comparison with the rest of the bikes in its class, the Ninja 300 performs above the rest in ergonomics and rider comfort, suspension, and wind protection. This recipe provides for an excellent beginner bike that even experienced riders can enjoy. With fuel injection being another improvement over the Ninja 250’s carburetor, this means the Ninja 300 receives crisper throttle response and superb fuel economy. All in all, the 300 checks all the boxes required of a commuter bike, while also serving as an inexpensive option for track days. t.
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2013 Honda CBR 250 ABS
1300 original miles
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Everything you need in a first bike. Lightweight, relaxed riding position, easy handling and great gas mileage all add up to be one of the strongest bikes in the 250 class. Fuel injected 249cc four stroke engine, disc brakes, and wet clutch make it smooth and reliable in any conditions. The ABS brakes add confidence to any ride no matter your skill level.
has a muzzy exhaust which is loud (you can change it back to stock)
Has aftermarket handlebars for a more aggressive riding position.
The Ninja 650 is a fantastic beginner to intermediate bike. It has been designed to accommodate the widest possible range of riding styles and rider sizes with a comfortable, compact chassis. 649cc liquid-cooled parallel twin engine features a semi-dry sump design to reduce engine height and make the overall riding position more comfortable. Underside exhaust helps centralize the bike’s weight in addition to improving looks. Dual 300mm petal discs up front and single 220mm disc in back provide excellent stopping power.
Suzuki’s GSXR is a fuel-injected 599cc race machine legal for street use. Aluminum twin-spar frame, Showa front and rear suspension, wet slipper clutch, and stainless exhaust all contribute to the epic handling and extreme power to weight ratio. Expect instant throttle, turn-in and braking performance thanks to the track heritage of the GSXR.
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Whether you’re a daily commuter or weekend warrior, a pre-ride inspection is a key aspect of maintaining your motorcycle, and keeping your safe. Let’s breakdown the basics of what you need to look for in a pre-ride inspection.
Leaking fluids – before hoping on your bike, check ground for puddles or dripping fluid off the bottom of the motorcycle. If you store your bike in the same place regularly, placing a clean piece of cardboard or paper towel underneath will give you a clear indication if any fluids have leaked since your last ride.
Engine oil – before attempting to start up the bike, verify that your motorcycle has oil in it. Most modern engines have a clear oil-view window. With the bike upright, verify that the oil level is clearly visible through the window. Roughly halfway to three quarters full in the window is ideal.
Tires – give both front a rear tires a good look-over to make sure no gashes or excessive wear spots have developed and nothing has punctured the tire. Tire pressure should be checked every 2 weeks with an accurate PSI gauge.
Chain – ensure your chain is clean and well lubricated before riding. There should be roughly 1 inch of play in the chain if you move it up and down between the front cog, and rear sprocket.
Throttle and Clutch – verify both throttle and clutch cables operate smoothly and do not stick by turning the throttle to the open position and releasing it. The throttle should return to the closed position on its own.
Brakes – give the front and rear brake a good squeeze to ensure there is adequate pressure in the lines.
Lights – Verify both headlight and brake/tail light and turn signals are operational before starting out on your ride.
These simple, and quick tips will ensure your motorcycle stays in proper working order and will help keep you safe on the road every time you ride. For more tips and information, check out our Rider Tips page! Still have questions? Use our Contact page to get in touch with us today. AK Motors is proud to offer a premier selection of used motorcycles at the best prices to the South Bay Area and beyond! We are conveniently located in Santa Clara, California and are easily accessible to the entire Bay Area.