What most of this boils down too is if you are mature enough with the throttle. It's doesn't matter what bike you're on, folks still pull out in front of you. The throttle is what gets inexperienced riders into trouble usually.
Be careful and know that a 750 or even a 600 can get way outside your experience level real quick. The point of a smaller bike is to build confidence and experience before turning you loose with 100+ HP.
My first bike was a Honda 360T, then a 500 and 700 Interceptor. Then GSXR 750, 1100 and now a new 1000.
I love the smell of MR9 and burnt rubber in the morning.
Last edited by Exit Wounds; 11-29-2006 at 10:29 PM.