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Buying a Kawasaki Ninja 300 – MotoVlog 1

If you’re curious what life’s like when I’m not writing for YouMotorcycle, this is it.

For some, motorcycling is a method of transportation. It’s a way to get from Point A to Point B. For others, motorcycling is a sport, something they love to do on the track or in the bush. For people like me, it’s a lifestyle. Bikes are something that I’m on, working on, or moving, just about every single day. So when I have a day off over the long weekend to catch my breath, what do I do? Buy another motorcycle, duh!

Join me, Adrian, on a ride-along. We’ll hook up the trailer, share a few pet peeves, and pick up a new motorcycle to play on. When we get the bike home, we’ll give her a little love, take her out for a ride, and I’ll give you my first impressions. Hit play and let’s go!

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I’ll be posting a full review of the Kawasaki Ninja 300 next, so I’d love to hear any questions you have about the bike. Feel free to leave them on YouTube here, or in the comments section below and I’ll be sure to answer them in the video!

That’s all for now. Ride safe, but have fun!

Adrian

About Adrian

Adrian is the YouMotorcycle Editor. He never planned on becoming a blogger, but liked the idea of sharing his passion and encouraging others to get out and ride. He believes that anyone thinking about buying a motorcycle should hurry up and buy one, and that everyone who already owns a motorcycles should ride more. He likes V-Twins, scooters, and breaking social norms. He occasionally wears a suit and high-top sneakers when he rides to work. Sometimes he takes out his tools and everything goes from bad to worse. Sometimes everything just falls into his lap. Whatever the case he stays grateful and always tries to learn. If you feel motorcycling is a lifestyle, follow him via social media.

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