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Regarding the zero bike…Looks good in the picture, until you see that it’s a $19k bike that only goes 124 mph and weighs almost how to save money fast for a house 500 lbs!! Yikes! That’s ducati money for a ninja 400-fast bike with the weight of a 1970s standard bike/cruiser. No thanks. Technology needs to advance a lot more to make it how to save money fast for a house appealing for me. Between price, weight, and speed, at least one of those 3 needs to be very how to save money fast for a house appealing, but with all 3 being disappointing, I just don’t see that selling a lot. If it was like $10k, then sure. If it weighed like 300 lbs, then sure. If it was fast AF, then sure. But you gotta give me at least one! Lol

The energica also, not my style. A little bit overdone in the design department. Ain’t no panigale, that’s for sure. The dash was way better, but felt a bit fischer-price, especially with the huge bezels with the inset non-LCD indicator/service lights and the "shift lights" (on a bike with no gears…) both bikes had a jet turbine whine, but this one was noticeably louder. And not unenjoyable, actually a bit thrilling. Whether it’d become annoying on long rides, I’m not sure (it is higher pitch and all). This bike felt more planted, brakes inspired confidence. The weight wasn’t too terrible while moving; didn’t need to apply too much force to keep it how to save money fast for a house in a lean. While stopping/stopped you had to keep it in mind (e.G. Make sure you stop with the bars **** straight). It is 600 lbs in a naked-ish bike form factor. Even with the weight, the pull was definitely startling on it (145 HP/200 nm).

Even with the criticism I did *really* like electric power delivery. With the silence and lack of rev matching/clutch/gear shift action I felt like I could keep my how to save money fast for a house head on a swivel just a little better. I think there’s some not insignificant sensory/mental overhead from noise/vibration/shifting, at least for me. If I could find something electric with better styling, preferably a fully faired sport bike, a better dash, safety features (cornering ABS/TC for all that electric torque), creature comforts (cruise control f.E.), more power than an SR and not 600 lbs, I would probably go for it.

Regarding the zero bike…Looks good in the picture, until you see that it’s a $19k bike that only goes 124 mph and weighs almost how to save money fast for a house 500 lbs!! Yikes! That’s ducati money for a ninja 400-fast bike with the weight of a 1970s standard bike/cruiser. No thanks. Technology needs to advance a lot more to make it how to save money fast for a house appealing for me. Between price, weight, and speed, at least one of those 3 needs to be very how to save money fast for a house appealing, but with all 3 being disappointing, I just don’t see that selling a lot. If it was like $10k, then sure. If it weighed like 300 lbs, then sure. If it was fast AF, then sure. But you gotta give me at least one! Lol

The energica also, not my style. A little bit overdone in the design department. Ain’t no panigale, that’s for sure. The dash was way better, but felt a bit fischer-price, especially with the huge bezels with the inset non-LCD indicator/service lights and the "shift lights" (on a bike with no gears…) both bikes had a jet turbine whine, but this one was noticeably louder. And not unenjoyable, actually a bit thrilling. Whether it’d become annoying on long rides, I’m not sure (it is higher pitch and all). This bike felt more planted, brakes inspired confidence. The weight wasn’t too terrible while moving; didn’t need to apply too much force to keep it how to save money fast for a house in a lean. While stopping/stopped you had to keep it in mind (e.G. Make sure you stop with the bars **** straight). It is 600 lbs in a naked-ish bike form factor. Even with the weight, the pull was definitely startling on it (145 HP/200 nm).

Even with the criticism I did *really* like electric power delivery. With the silence and lack of rev matching/clutch/gear shift action I felt like I could keep my how to save money fast for a house head on a swivel just a little better. I think there’s some not insignificant sensory/mental overhead from noise/vibration/shifting, at least for me. If I could find something electric with better styling, preferably a fully faired sport bike, a better dash, safety features (cornering ABS/TC for all that electric torque), creature comforts (cruise control f.E.), more power than an SR and not 600 lbs, I would probably go for it.

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