Looking at how fierce this machine on two wheels is can put chills on a person. It’s a bike with an attitude. Listening to how the engine roars with each thrust while the bike is idling is loud enough to make a car alarm system go off. From its sleek appearance to its extraordinary performance makes the 2010 Kawasaki Ninja 250r one of the highest recommended bikes of the year.
From the front, the 2010 model has a whole new style of fairings, sleek and elegant as they seem, but also with a sense of attitude. It also has a new cool blue headlight, which illuminates greater than the regular standard motorcycle headlight. The windshield is polished black which blends in perfectly with the bikes head. An all digital control system helps the rider see how fast he is going more accurately. Along with sturdier forks, this makes the Ninja a stronger bike.
Being able to hold up to 5 liters of gas is the gas tank, a hump in the middle of the bike, similar to a camel. With its rubber embedded grips, making it harder for the rider to slip off. The new anti slip seat, made up of foam covered by a layer of leather is a priceless accessory for any rider. Getting to one of the most important features of any bike is the engine; 250cc with its digital ignition, to its liquid cooling system which can bring a rider from 0 to 60 in a matter of seconds is a luxury to most riders. Notice how the side fairings look elegant with their custom design, setting 6 inches from the ground making the bike look bigger, as if it had a suit of armor on.
Moving on to the back, we have the tail. About a foot long, its small and thin sitting just above the rear wheel, it also has a spot for a secondary passenger. A red light on the end which serves as the tail light glows a bright red. Right beneath the tail sets the rear wheel, a 17 inch 130/70 edition street edition wheel, it was made with special grips and grooves on the tire solely for the street. A factory default chrome exhaust system is what helps make the roar of the motorcycle when it’s zipping up and down the street. The exhaust extends to the rear of the bike which then turns into a tail pipe. The tail pipe is about a foot long and it rests close to the rear wheel.
All of this packed into a singular functioning machine makes the 2010 Kawasaki Ninja a bike with unlimited potential. A person that wants to get into bikes or just wanting to hit speeds up to 110 miles an hour while saving money on gas should look into a bike like this. The best definition for this bike would be “Fun”.
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